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External circlips are retaining rings for holding structural parts e. Circlips are fitted with spring retention in grooves and are suitable for the transmission of axial forces. Metric external circlip dimensions are shown in the following chart according to the DIN standard. Circlips are normally supplied corrosion-proof. Details are given in DIN Note 2 : Supplementary data is applicable only to circlips in spring steel in accordance with DIN Note 3 : The load-bearing capacities F N , F R , F Rg contain no safety against yielding under static stress nor against fatigue fracture under fluctuating stress.
Note 4 : Details of load-bearing capacities calculation for different parameters are given in DIN AmesWeb Calculators Fastener Size. Circlip Type. Normal Type. Heavy Type. Shaft Diameter d 1. Nominal Shaft Diameter [d 1 ]. Thickness of the Circlip [s]. Internal Diameter of Circlip Not under tension [d 3 ]. Maximum Radial Width of the Lug [a max ]. Groove Diameter [d 2 ]. Groove Width [m]. Groove Depth with Nominal Sizes of d 1 and d 2 [t]. Minimum Edge Margin [n min ].
Supplementary Data Note 2. Maximum Symmetrical Diameter of Bore during Fitting [d 4 ]. Detachment Speed of the Circlip [n abl ].
Ext. Metric Circlip (D1400) DIN 471
Prices incl. VAT plus shipping costs. Retaining rings in accordance with DIN prevent axial withdrawal on bolts and shafts with groove. These shaft retainers can be mounted with mounting pliers.
Retaining rings DIN 471
EXTERNAL CIRCLIP DIMENSIONS FOR SHAFTS (METRIC - DIN 471)
DIN 471 External Retaining Ring