Press-in threaded bushing

The press-in fasteners, usually designed as thread carriers, are used to produce a heavy-duty thread in thin sheet metal, printed circuit boards and plastic parts. By pressing the fastener into a flowable material, the material is forced into a special clearance (undercut) in the area of the hole, which holds the fastener in the sheet metal. The torsional strength is achieved by a special tooth or hexagonal profile. Also available as a press-fit bushing.

  • Press-in beeches open for through and round holes
  • Flush with the material when pressed
  • Various materials and lengths available from stock
  • Press-in socket closed for tight sealing.
  • Quick and easy assembly
  • Various materials and lengths available from stock
  • Press-in bushes open without thread
  • Hexagon as anti-twist protection
  • Quick and easy installation
  • No marks on the head side due to blind hole installation
  • Ideal for front panels or membrane keyboards
  • Different versions for different material…
  • For D-Sub connector applications
  • Various materials and lengths available from stock
  • Quick and easy installation
  • Interlocking to achieve better contacting
  • Quick and easy installation
  • Available at short notice
  • Steel tinned for a good soldering result or stainless steel
  • Also available as a through-bush
  • Ideal for printed circuit boards or other plastics
  • Ideal for applications with limited space
  • Due to small head hardly visible in the sheet metal
  • Tightening torques and forces similar to standard…