Standoffs

PEM are made of carbon steel material.
Standoffs

PEM are made of carbon steel material.

PEM® SMTSSS™ ReelFast® SNAP-TOP® Standoffs are used to secure print circuit boards in assembly. These unthreaded units are available in unified lengths of .250 in. or .375 in. and metric length of 6 mm, 8 mm or 10 mm. Products can be used with boards and panels of .060 in and 1.53 mm size. Standoffs are compatible with SMT automated installation equipment. 

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Mount and/or Space Components in Compact Electronic Assemblies PEM® Type MSO4™ microPEM® self-clinching standoff fasteners from PennEngineering® enable components to be mounted and/or spaced in compact electronic assemblies, especially suiting applications where space may be extremely limited for attachment hardware.  These stainless steel fasteners install easily into thin metal host...

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Bearing Stand-Offs feature one-piece design.
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Bearing Stand-Offs feature one-piece design.

Engineered for System Plast™ flanged mounted bearings and Sealmaster® composite-flanged PN Gold bearings, Single-Piece Stand-Offs integrate bolt-spacer ferrule and stand-off in one assembly for sanitation compliance in food/beverage operations. Design eliminates loose parts during installation, optimizes bearing alignment, and creates 5/8 in. gap behind bearing flange for cleaning/inspection....

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Copper Infiltration Using Wrought Wire Infiltrant - Process and Productivity Improvements for Automotive Components
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Copper Infiltration Using Wrought Wire Infiltrant - Process and Productivity Improvements for Automotive Components

For the past 60 years, the use of copper infiltration on ferrous metals in powder metallurgy has been a popular method for manufacturing high performance components. Recently, a new twist on an old idea has been developed in the form of a new wrought copper alloy wire. With excellent infiltration response as well as the ability to improve numerous physical and mechanical properties of ferrous materials, this new technology presents many advantages for PM processing and production. In this comprehensive white paper, you will explore all you need to know about this material, including an in-depth look at its chemical and physical properties. Using automotive components as examples, the white paper examines the benefits of this new form of copper infiltration compared to more traditional infiltration methods. Download now, and discover if this new technology is the solution for your high performance component application.

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Brass SMT Fasteners enhance PCB electrical, mechanical attachment.

PEM® ReelFast® brass surface mount fasteners include tin-plated Type SMTSOB™ brass nuts and spacers/standoffs suited for PCB applications requiring optimal electrical and mechanical attachment points. Permanently and concurrently installed with other SMT components on PCBs of any hardness and as thin as .060 in. prior to automated reflow solder process, these corrosion-resistant and...

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Outwater Introduces Many New Woodworking Products at the 2014 International Woodworking Fair (IWF)
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Outwater Introduces Many New Woodworking Products at the 2014 International Woodworking Fair (IWF)

Bogota, NJ (www.outwater.com) – Outwater [Outwater Plastics Industries, Inc. + Architectural Products by Outwater, LLC featured many new woodworking products at the 2014 International Woodworking Fair proposed to effectively address and respond to the necessity for woodworkers to improve their productivity and increase their revenue in a progressively more competitive marketplace.

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Self-Clinching Standoffs suit thin stainless steel assemblies.

Manufactured from heat-treated 400 Series stainless steel, PEM® Type TSO4™ standoffs are used for stacking or spacing components to or from ultra-thin stainless steel panels as thin as .025 in. and with max hardness of HRB 88 on Rockwell B scale or HB 183 on Brinell scale. Hardened stainless fasteners install permanently; one mating screw is required for final component attachment. Various...

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Heat Sink Mounting System ensures optimum heat dissipation.
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Heat Sink Mounting System ensures optimum heat dissipation.

Comprising Type HSCB™ captivating screw and Type HSL™ spring mated to Type HSR™ broaching receptacle nut or standoff, PEM® Heat Sink Mounting System securely attaches heat sinks to circuit boards while providing firm and constant contact to chip component. System integrates audible click feature to prevent over tightening during installation, accommodates slight expansion and contraction...

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LED Integrated Standoffs enhance signage and displays.
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LED Integrated Standoffs enhance signage and displays.

Available in polished and matte chrome, aluminum LED Standoffs for Signage and Displays consume .4 W per unit and output 40 lm. Concept utilizes acrylic or Plexiglas sign holders to which standoffs have been affixed as medium to diffuse backlit illumination to mounted graphics, posters, and promotional messages. Six cool white (6,000K–6,500K) LEDs are integrated in between body of standoff and...

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Steel Fasteners can be used as nuts or standoffs in SMTapplications.
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Steel Fasteners can be used as nuts or standoffs in SMTapplications.

Featuring hex-shaped barrel, ReelFast® microPEM(TM) Type SMTSO(TM) Fasteners install permanently on PCBs in same manner and at same time as other surface mount components prior to automated reflow solder process. Fasteners come in thread sizes as small as No. 0-80 with lengths as short as 0.62 in., and all can be installed in boards as thin as .020 in. Packaged on 13 in. recyclable reels,...

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Basalt America announces FRP's (Fiber Reinforced Polymers)
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Basalt America announces FRP's (Fiber Reinforced Polymers)

Fiber Reinforced Polymers (FRP), represents a truly groundbreaking advancement is structural reinforcement. Lightweight, strong, and green, they are changing the way the construction industry thinks about rebar. Unlike steel, FRPs dont rust and are far stronger than standard rebar. To learn why Fiber Reinforced Polymers are poised to change the way the world builds, see our video.

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