Vlier push fit and press fit plungers

Should I use a low, normal or heavy duty end force for my vlier plunger?

Should I use a low, normal or heavy duty end force for my vlier plunger?

We can give  you recomendation about the correct vlier plunger, but need your help:
1) side load
a nose plunger is not recommended for side loads but this also depends on the application and the load it has to carry. Is it a direct side load or in an angle?   When side loads, please consider ball plungers.
2) the application
When selecting the correct part a lot depends on the application and usage (indexing, positioning, fastening, disconnecting). What is the load will it have to withstand will it be moved by hand or by machine is it carrying any weight? Also its important to take the detent in to account and the enviroment, temperature, corroding environment etc.
Detent:
Detents used with spring-loaded devices ensure proper engagement and disengagement of mating parts at a predetermined position and force. Proper detent design is critical for successful use of plungers. Improperly designed detents can cause excessive wear on nylon or Delrin plunger tips, potentially decreasing positioning accuracy and adversely affecting plunger holding capacity. As a general rule, the smaller the contact angle of the detent the easier the plunger will kick-out of it and the longer a nylon or delrin plunger tip will last.

Detent Design Guidelines
Select the contact angle which provides the desired relationship between plunger side (disengagement) force and end force.

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Do you have stainless steel 316 or A4 ball plungers available?

Do you have stainless steel 316 or A4 ball plungers available?

We can help you with a stainless steel 316 ball plunger, however it's not possible to make all the components into 316, such as the spring or the ball Vlier This assembly is made up of the threaded body, ball bearing, and spring. Typically the ball and spring, although stainless, would not be made from a 300 series stainless steel. The ball is typically 440C stainless and the spring would be 17-7 stainless steel. Vlier can only make the body to 316 stainless. Other parts The body can be made in in 1.4401 (316) stainless steel, ball can be made in 1.3541 hardened stainless steel and the spring can be made in stainless steel 1.4568

Do you supply NSN (nato stock numbers) parts?

Do you supply NSN (nato stock numbers) parts?

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Yes we supply NSN parts. here is a list of parts we currently hold on stock:

federal supply class 5325 Fastening devices
     
NSN number camloc PN old camloc PN
5325123336807 991S01-18-1BP  
5325144573747 991S01-7-1AGV 991S01-7-1AF
5325145273338 991S01-12-1AGV 991S01-12-1AF
5325145273339 991S01-15-1AGV 991S01-15-1AF
5325993017137 991S01-14-1AGV 991S01-14-1AF
5325009667958 991S02-9-1AGV 991S02-9-1AF
5325123468722 991S02-10-1AGV 991S02-10-1AF
5325123409479 991S05-14-1AGV 991S05-14-1AF
5325015073826 991R2-3AGV 991R2-3AF
5325145334123 991R2-1AGV 991R2-1AF
5340-99-255-2807 V917L01-1X1AG  
5340320734152 V934L01-1X1BP  
5325991137700 40S5-6  
5325007580113 5R2-3  
5325013861979 R4G-3 R4G-2
5325123784268 991S05-7-1AGV 991S05-7-1AF
530701HS28382 50E21-17AGV  
5310-12-336-5965 V2600-LW-7  
5325-00-543-3769 2600-11S  
5325123482741 V26S04-41AGV  

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