Metal Inserts for Plastic

Sept. 8, 2009
Inserts for Plastics Design Guide covers topics such as the specific plastic type in which the Insert will be used, torque, and tensile requirements, corrosion resistance, temperature requirements, and installation methods

The comprehensive Inserts for Plastics Design Guide covers topics such as the specific plastic type in which the Insert will be used, torque, and tensile requirements, corrosion resistance, temperature requirements, and installation methods.

Also included is an explanation why inserts are used, an overview on the various types of plastic, a discussion on special types of Inserts, a review of Insert testing methods and performance expectations, an overview of Insert installation methods, and a review of the company’s Application Engineering Support

Spirol International Corp.
30 Rock Ave.
Danielson, CT 06239
(860) 774-8571
www.spirol.com

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