Presentation on theme: "Changing the World with Nuts. It must be windy for wind energy, but I’m OK! High-speed trains need me, because I am very important and guarantee safety."— Presentation transcript:
It must be windy for wind energy, but I’m OK! High-speed trains need me, because I am very important and guarantee safety. No danger for the bridges, too!
And protect countless skyscrapers against earthquakes!!! Without me, nobody could enjoy roller coasters! Above the tower crane, you cannot imagine how difficult my job is, but I’m strong enough. No extra labor cost!!!
About the Manufacturer Name: IMJIN ST Company c/o PanAmerica Supply, Inc. Founded: 1972 Location: South Korea Specialty: SaperLock® - Patented Locknut That Does NOT Loosen Quality: ISO9001 Certificate: NET (New Excellent Technology) Test: Vibration Test NAS3350
What is a SaperLock®? SaperLock® is a newly developed nut that doesn’t loosen even under the most extreme of conditions, such as from constant vibrations, shocks, and quakes. How? A spring is placed inside the nut. When one attempts to loosen the nut, the spring causes friction between the nut and bolt, making it impossible to undo. The nut can be undone only by holding down a lever on its side. This is easily accomplished using a standard socket available in any market and at any hardware store.
Why use SaperLock®? Safety Simple and Easy to use No Damage to Bolt Reusable Cost- Effective Passed NAS3350 Vibration Test NET Certified Patented Technology GUARANTEED COST SAVING AND SAFETY
Cost - Effective Compared to the maintenance costs and manpower needed to retighten loose nuts, the price of SaperLock® is incredibly cheap. An investment in the present will result in a profit in the future! GUARANTEED COST SAVING AND SAFETY
Specifications Approved by KS Standard Material: SUS, S45C, SCM415, SCM435, and others Plating: Zinc plate, Applied Plate, and Nickel Plate Size: M6~M42
Vibration Test: NAS3350 Test Level (p-p):.045 in (+/-0.015) Acceleration Peak: 20.7063G Test Frequency: 30Hz (1800 Cycles/min) Duration: 17 min. (30600 Cycles) MIL-STD-1312, Test 7 Vibration Fixture use Tightening Torque: 745 Nm Test Completed without Change of Nuts