Press-in stud with flange

Application area

  • These press-in studs can be used for component thicknesses from 1.0 to 4.0 mm and tensile strengths of up to 1200 MPa
  • Suitable for a wide range of high dynamic, static and impact load conditions
  • Suitable for use where threaded fittings need to be resistant to high axial forces
  • Can be used for aluminium or other materials
  • Suitable for use with surface-treated, galvanised or painted components

Technical characteristics

  • Thread sizes: M5 to M12
  • FK 8 (standard)
  • Resistance to corrosion in accordance with the customerĀ“s requirements
  • Pre-punched processing
  • No adverse effects on the joint or function of the thread; no damage due to weld spatters
  • High resistance to twist and ejection forces
  • Stud positioning tolerance ranges can be halved as compared to welding methods
  • Straightforward, in-process and non-destructive quality testing possible by worker instead of elaborate destructive tests
  • No stud deformation during pressing-in procedure

Your contact

PROFIL
Telephone: 49 (0)6175 799-0

Processing steps

  • Prepare hole
  • Position component above die
  • The support fastener is pushed through the component material by means of axial motion
  • The specific geometry of the die is used to form from the hole walling of the component material the surrounding area at the head underside of the press-in stud so as to result in a form-fitting and friction-locking connection. There is no deformation of the stud

As-delivered condition

Sheet-metal preparation

Processed

Typical applications

Automotive sector

Body parts, e.g. attachment of seat belts, attachment of seats, lock connections, front ends, doors, hatches and bonnets, seats, instrument panels, rear panels, hinge attachments, fastening of bumpers

Non-automotive sector

Thick- and thin-walled formed sheet metal parts, e.g. household appliances, agricultural machines, construction industry, building hardware industry, solar industry and shelf-making

Custom versions

Strength classes 10, 12; stainless steel or aluminium, UNC/UNF whitworth, various shaft lengths