Thread forming Tapping Screw for thermoplastic!!
Nonsert Steel 3Cr. Plating thickness 5μm guarantee.
No-Need Metal Insert
Save the cost without metal insert!!
Triolobular Thread shape
Low Driving Torque, High Failuar
Thread Angle 30°
Reduce the stress against plastic.
Repeatable use is possible.
Most important fastener conditions
(Hole Diameter / Setting Torque /Screw)
can be set through this machine!!
NonSert Application Situation
- Saving the cost without metal insert
- Repeatable application
- Plastic Crack happend place
- Torque Controlled Production
By adopting nonsert, it can be used as it is for resin and it becomes possible to use it repeatedly for maintenance
Plasma TV stand
By adopting nonsert, costs are reduced without requiring inserts
High performance small tube pump
Adopted nonsert for fastening of motor part and tube part housing
Trolley for pachinko parlor
Even with heavy pachinko balls it is hard to loosen
Nonsert is also strong for loose
SY-Non-Sert for SANYO DENKI FAN '' SAN ACE ''
This is special Non-Sert with development together.
"120° Flat Head type and Small Pan Head type Nonsert"
These SY-Non-Serts are is recommended
by the SANYO DENKI CO., Ltd Technical date as below.
Resin, Plastic and Engineering Plastic Fastening Plastic counterpart is much weaker than Steel Screw.
Therefore, to prevent the plastic breaking or cracking, SAIMA is stronly recommended to use “specialized screw for plastic”.
1st Generation: JIS B 1122 type 2
Suitable for thin plate and plastic fastening as stated in JIS B1122 appendix.
Widely distributed as a standard screw. Average Performance.
2nd Generation: B-type
Advanced form of JIS B 1122 Class 2, with trilobular thread, same thread angle (60 degree) and pitch.
Tightening Torque is lower than 1st generation according to torque analysis result.
Suitable for thin plate and plastic fastening.
3rd Generation : P-type
Double threaded with 45° thread angle, wider thread compared with B-type and trilobular thread.
Double started thread makes the fastening speed twice high, but loosens faster once the screw starts loosening.
This makes TF point and TD point higher, so we havet to pay attention F/D ratio.
This is not suitable for repeated application on the same pilot hole.
TD: Torque of Driving
Min. Torque for fatening
TF: Torque of Failure
Torque for breaking counter material. it includes idling and crack
TS: Torque of Setting
Best Torque of Setting
4th Generation : Non-Sert
Single threaded same as 1st and 2nd Generation with 30 degree thread angle, trilobular thread shape and large pitch. Lowest TD(Torque of Driving) in all generations. Low stress against the plastic part. TF(Torque of Failure) is lower than 3rd Generation, but mostly T/F ratio indicate higher, these results conclude that using Non-Sert is safe and best for plastic fastening. In addition that Best for repeat use on the same hole.