inserts

for plastics, light alloys and wood

IV H • Screw Insert type H

  • Optimum assembly
  • Fast installation
  • Possibility of fitting the tool on an electric screwdriver or hand tool
  • Long version available if hole difficult to access

Manual Tool

Reference   Ø   B   D   C  
610 0 02500   M2.5   55   5   7  
610 0 03000   M3   55   5   7  
610 0 03500   M3.5   60   5   7  
610 0 04000   M4   60   5   7  
610 0 05000   M5   75   8   13  
610 0 06000   M6   75   8   13  
610 0 08000   M8   75   8   13  
610 0 10000   M10   95   12.5   19  
610 0 12000   M12   95   12.5   19  
 
1

Fit a tap wrench on the square end of the tool.

Fit the insert on the tool, with the slot or cutting holes downwards.

2

Engage the insert, pressing gently as you start to cut the first threads correctly.

3

When correctly fitted, the insert must lie 0.1 to 0.2 mm (± 1/4 turn) below the part surface.

4

Use a spanner to tighten the locknut and unscrew the tap wrench to separate the insert from the tool.

The tool stud is positioned in the middle of the cutting slot to avoid blocking the chips.

Automatic Tool

Reference   Ø   C   A   D   B
620 0 02500   M2.5   18   8   6.3   78
620 0 03000   M3   18   8   6.3   78
620 0 03500   M3.5   18   8   6.3   78
620 0 04000   M4   18   8   6.3   78
620 0 05000   M5   24   12.5   10   95
620 0 06000   M6   24   12.5   10   95
620 0 08000   M8   24   12.5   10   95
620 0 10000   M10   32   16   12.5   118
620 0 12000   M12   32   16   12.5   118
 
1

Set the depth gauge so that the tool bearing face penetrates 0.1 to 0.2 mm below the part surface.

2

Fit the insert on the tool, with the slot or cutting holes downwards

Engage the insert, pressing gently.

Screw in without applying pressure.

3

Reverse the drill at end of installation.

The pin separates from the insert tool by mechanical effect (impact).