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Classic Fasteners offers compression limiters in the following materials: brass, aluminum, high carbon steel, low carbon steel and others.
Classic Fasteners offers compression limiters in multiple finishes per request.
Solid Walled Insert compression limiters are made for situations where the component that goes with the limiter can’t be changed to fit the limiter. The insert with a solid wall is put into a hole that has already been drilled in the other part. The fastener is then put into the compression limiter.
Compression Molded-In Limiters are made for applications that need high accuracy. You can change the part with the limiter to fit the limiter. The limiter is molded into the position that goes with it during production. This makes sure that it is in the right place and works well.
The oval shape of the Molded-In Limiter lets it take up less space while still providing the necessary compression and support.
Aluminum Compression Limiters are meant to be used in places where weight matters. Aluminum is a solid but lightweight material that is great for aerospace and cars.
Compression limiters made of brass are meant to be used in places where corrosion resistance is needed. Brass is excellent for marine and outdoor use because it doesn’t rust or corrode easily.
Compression Bevelled Limiters are meant to be used with parts whose edges are chamfered. The beveled edge of the limiter makes sure it is aligned and keeps it from getting stuck in the matching component.
Linking Compression Lock Limiters are meant to be used when the fastener needs to be kept in place. The limiter’s teeth lock together to hold the fastener securely and keep it from coming loose while it’s being used.
Compression in the Back Limiters is meant to be used with parts that fit together and have a counterbore. The recessed portion of the limiter includes the counterbore. This gives the limiter extra support and keeps it from sticking past the mating surface.
Compression of the Outer Groove Limiters is meant to be used with parts that fit together with grooves or cuts. The limiter fits into the groove, giving it more support and keeping it from turning while it’s being used.