Rings / Radially Assembled Retaining Rings / DE

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Part Data

  • Housing or Shaft Shaft
  • Axial or Radial Radial
  • Ds mm 1.000 - 1.400 - mm
  • Groove Diameter Dg 0.760 - 0.800 - mm
  • Nom Size Dg 0.800 mm
  • Groove Width W 0.240 - 0.280 - mm
  • Thickness T *** 0.180 - 0.220 - mm
  • Gap A 0.540 - 0.620 - mm
  • Outside Diameter G 1.950 mm
  • Clearance Dia. Installed In Groove L2 2.250 mm
  • Weight Per 1000 Pcs. 0.003 kg
  • Edge Margin Y Min. 0.400 mm
  • Allowable Radius / Chamfer R/Ch Max, 0.300 mm
  • Hardness ST 83.500 - 87.500 - HR15N
  • Hardness SS 82.500 - 86.000 - HR15N
  • Hardness SG 84 - 88 - HR15N
  • Hardness BC 79.000 - 82.000 - HR15N
  • Interchange Waldes Truarc
  • Interchange IRR
  • Interchange Anderton D1500 0008
  • Interchange Mil Or Aero
  • Interchange Din DIN 6799 0.8x0.20
  • Interchange Seeger-Orbis RA 0.8

Performance Data

  • Thrust Load Ring Pr 0.080 kN
  • Pg With Shaft Size Ds 1.200 mm
  • Thrust Load Groove Pg 0.030 kN
  • R.P.M. Limits Standard Material RPM 50,000
  • Max. Load W/ R Max Or Ch Max PR 0.040 kN

Tool Data

  • Standard Applicator (Flat) A-708
  • 45 Applicator A-7084
  • 90 Applicator A-7089
  • Offset Applicator A-7087

Materials

  • Carbon Steel (SAE 1060-1090)
  • Stainless Steel (PH15-7 Mo, PH17-7)
  • Beryllium Copper
  • Special Material Grades
  • Stainless Steel DIN 1.4122
  • Phosphor Bronze

Finishes

***For plated rings, add .002" (.05 mm) to the listed maximum thickness.

  • PA - Phosphate, Carbon Steel
  • PD - Phosphate and Oil, Carbon Steel
  • PAL - Phosphate with Sealer, Carbon Steel
  • HPD - Heavy Phosphate and Oil, Carbon Steel
  • ZD - Zinc Plating, Carbon Steel
  • ZF - Zinc Bright, Carbon Steel
  • ZDL - Zinc Dichromate with Sealer, Carbon Steel
  • HZDL - Heavy Zinc Dichromate with Sealer, Carbon Steel
  • Z3X - Trivalent Chromate over Zinc, Carbon Steel
  • ZFF - Zinc Flash, Carbon Steel
  • CF - Copper Flash, Carbon Steel

Description

Radially Assembled, External E, Metric. Perhaps the most popular and widely used radial retaining ring is the E (so named because it is shaped like the letter E). Three prongs make contact with the bottom of the groove and provide a shoulder for effective retention of assemblies.

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Notes

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