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Mitre-Fastening Set 8

Art. No.: 0.0.492.30
Mitre-Fastening Set 8
Mitre-Fastening Set 8
Mitre-Fastening Set 8
Mitre-Fastening Set 8
Special features:
Clamping pin M8x28.5, St, bright zinc-plated
Sleeve with bore, St, bright zinc-plated
Grub screw M10, St, bright zinc-plated
T-Slot Nut V 8 St M8, bright zinc-plated
Cap, PA grey
Properties
Line   = line 8
Delivery Unit   = 1 set
Weight m = 40 g
Description Date Filesize
Enquiry form
26.10.2016 0 MB
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Assembly instruction
11.10.2011 2 MB
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Mitre-Fastening Sets are suitable for connecting two profiles at an angle. They are used primarily when constructing frame elements and panel edging. The profile grooves facing each other inside the frame remain unobstructed so they can be used for holding panel elements.
The position of the clamping pins at right angles to the cut profile edge generates particularly high clamping forces on the fastening elements. The clamping screws are accessed from the side of the profile frame.
Mitre-Fastening Sets 8 are available for two different forms of profile connection:
- Mitre-Fastening Set 8
A mitred Profile 8 (at any angle γ between 30° and 90°) is screwed to the side of a Profile 8.
- Mitre-Butt-Fastening Set 8
Two mitred profiles (each with an identical angle γ between 30° and 90°) are connected together. This gives a possible angle between the profiles of (2γ) between 60° and 180°.
Your item dealer can provide the required mitre cuts and profile processing as a service.
Note: Despite the optimized design, the flow of forces across the inclined contact faces of the profiles is such that only part of the pretension of the screw connection is utilized. Mitre connections therefore have a lower load bearing capacity than other, right-angled profile connections (Standard-Fastening,
Universal-Fastening or Automatic-Fastening Set).
Mitre-Fastening Sets should therefore not be used for constructing basic frames and safety-related parts that are subject to high loads.
Distances a and b can also be calculated as a function of angle γ:
Using Mitre-Fastening Set 8:
1. Mitre the profile at an angle γ.
2. Drill a counterbore of diameter 14.2 mm (Step Drill Art. No. 0.0.492.60) for the fastener sleeve in the side of the mitred profile (use of a drilling jig (Art. No. 0.0.493.72, Section 9.2 Jigs and Tools) is recommended).
3. Drill a 9 mm dia. hole in the end face of the mitred profile (use of a drilling jig (Art. No. 0.0.493.71, Section 9.2 Jigs and Tools) is recommended). The minimum drilling depth is 12 mm.
4. Insert the T-Slot Nut into the profile groove of the continuous profile to which the mitred profile is connected and screw in the clamping pin until the mark around the perimeter is level with the profile surface.
5. Insert the fastener sleeve into the mitred profile and fit the assembly over the clamping pin.
6. Drive the grub screw M10 into the fastener sleeve and tighten the profile connection (M = 15 Nm).
7. Fit the Cap onto the fastener sleeve.