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2/27/2017

Slip-Proof Mini Clamping Nut

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PMTS 2017: The Intrlox MX Mini Nut system for Swiss automatic machine tool applications has an anti-slip locking design that is engineered to prevent the locking wrench from slipping off the nut during assembly and disassembly.

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The Rego-Fix Intrlox MX Mini Nut system for Swiss automatic machine tool applications has an anti-slip locking design that is engineered to prevent the locking wrench from slipping off the nut during assembly and disassembly.

Milled slots on the OD of the nut mate with corresponding features of the wrench to prevent slippage during the tightening and loosening processes. Benefits include improved operator safety and prevention of damage to other tools. The Intrlox design includes a special surface treatment to enhance clamping forces and extend the life of the nut by protecting against corrosion.

The intRlox can replace any brand of older-style mini nuts. It is currently available in ER 11, 16 and 20 sizes in standard versions and ER 16 and 20 for coolant versions.

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