Shaft Retaining Solutions

 

At Bossard, we believe that our holistic view, Proven Productivity, is key to getting ahead with you, through developing solutions that are more efficient and cost-effective. 

Shaft retaining solutions hold multiple types of assemblies together securely without threading or other machining processes. This results in lighter and smaller assemblies that reduce logistics expenses and shorten production times. The right use of shaft retaining solutions allows precise positioning, locating and retaining of parts on the shafts and in bores.

Carbon steel, carbon spring steel, 302 and 316 stainless steel are typical materials used to produce retaining rings. Our diverse product portfolio is bound to encompass the right shaft retaining solution for your business. Listed below are some of our product solutions. The product images shown are for illustration purposes only.

To find out more about our product solutions, contact us at pd.asiapacific@bossard.com.

Products

External Retaining Rings
External Retaining Ring

  • Common application for shafts with grooves
  • Use  in  assemblies  subjected  to  strong  cen-trifugal  forces,  and  secured  against  high  rotational speeds
  • Rapid fitting or removal with circlip pliers

Internal Retaining Rings
Internal Retaining Ring

  • Used most commonly for bores with grooves
  • Designed  to  have  large  free  diameters  and  gap widths
  • Fitted  tightly  into  the  groove  and  providing  higher  and  more  uniform  thrust  load  capa-city

E-Circlips
E Circlips

  • Designed  to  provide  a  large  shoulder  on  a  relatively small shaft diameter
  • Stacked   on   rods   for   rapid   installation   to   reduce assembly costs
  • Designed  for  applications  characterised  by  low thrust loadings TRANSPORTATION

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