Part #: 275-16-3774-M6
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Non-Piloted Nut Electrodes are for welding nuts. The part has an insulated, spring loaded pilot that retracts when it makes contact with the upper electrode which prevents damage.
A refractory metal face is made of RWMA Class 11 (75% tungsten, 25% copper) (ASTM 702 C1D) is brazed onto the base material. This face is typically used for welding at higher pressure and heat common with projection welding.
- The overall length is 2.500 IN
- The part mounts via a 5RW standard taper which is suitable for weld forces ranging between 800 to 1500 pounds of force.
- The weld face is 0.625 IN
- The part has a spring loaded insulated pilot for welding a 6 mm nut.
- The diameter of the pin is 0.186 IN
- The diameter of the pilot is 0.25 IN.
|Face Refractory Material||RWMA Class 11 - 10W|
|RWMA Material Type||RWMA Class 2 - C18200|
|Engagement to Holder [S]||5RW|
|Overall Length [A]||2.50000|
|Weld Face Diameter [B]||0.625|
|Pilot Diameter [J]||0.25000|
|Pin Diameter [P]||0.1860|
|Pilot Stickout [L]||0.3120|
|For Nut Size||6 mm|
|Refractory Material Thickness [I]||0.250|
|Unit of Measure||IN|
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