ROD ENDS

ROD ENDS

The rod ends consist of a spherical joint (kneecap), which works inside a concave spherical seat, obtained at the end of a stem with female or male threading (right or left handed). Contact between the spherical joint and the seat may be metal-to-metal (requiring maintenance, namely periodic re-lubrication) or with an anti-friction layer in-between (maintenance free). The first type usually has a lubrication nipple. They may also have protection seals. They may be supplied in versions with anti-corrosion material or with a pin fitted in the joint. Special types of thread also make them suitable for use with pneumatic components. They are used in connections between components that entail oscillation or angular positioning movements between one part and another.

Typology Series available
Angular joints SQ, SQZ, SQD
Bearing type BRM, BRF, BRTM, BRTF
Hydraulic use TAC, TAPR, TPN
Stainless steel SA INOX, SI INOX, RF INOX, RM INOX
Steel on bronze RF, RM, GAKF PB, GIKF PB, SAKAC, SIKAC
Steel on ptfe SI T/K, SA T/K, GIR UK, GAR UK, SA C, SI C
Steel on steel GIR DO, GAR DO, SI E, SA E
Yokes with pins
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