Wire Holds Retaining Rings For Easy Assembly

Nov. 18, 2004
Rings On Wire (ROW) are an alternative to loose bulk packaging or various internal rings.

ROW is an in-line method of producing retaining rings in which parts are formed and then fed onto wires through their lugholes. The rings are heat treated and finished while on the wire stacks. Using ROW helps keep retaining rings from getting damaged or bent and lets them be oriented so burrs or beveled features are always on the same side of the stack, reducing handling of the rings during assembly.

Rotor Clip Co. Inc.,
187 Davidson Ave.,
Somerset, NJ 08873,
(732) 469-7333,

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