Daemar Inc. carries a variety of retaining rings among its wide inventory of essential components for industry. These units boost efficiency in applications while also absorbing vibration, splitting tolerances, and optimizing manufacturing assembly lines to reduce costs. This comes in handy for various industries, from food processing to oil and gas.
Since their grooves can be machined with other production processes, retaining rings are known to lower production expenses significantly.
Minimal shaft or housing preparation
Retaining rings primarily serve to hold various components onto shafts or into bores, as most shafts and bores have smooth, round finishes that make them difficult to fasten with alternative means. These rings clamp around them easily, creating shoulders that secure parts in place, offer functionality, and allow retaining rings to be installed around the exterior of shafts or bores. Daemar retaining rings can replace standard fasteners effectively, putting aside the requirement for threading, tapping, drilling, and other machining techniques associated with screws, nuts, bolts, and washers.
Among the advantages that retaining rings hold over traditional fasteners: they help to save costs on raw material and labour; they lower the weight and size of finished equipment; and they save time with minimal shaft/housing preparation. They are frequently used for making airplanes and essential biomedical machines to keep them operating correctly. Other relevant industries:
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