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Wear and corrosion-resistant linking elements

Wear and corrosion-resistant linking elements Aggressive ambient conditions make mechanical linking elements difficult to create. This is especially true of guide components such as clevises, clevis joints, angle joints and rod ends. These important supplied parts used in many fields are, in addition to attacks from external sources, also exposed to the tensile, compressive, folding and shear forces generated by their design. This multiple loading shortens the service life of standard parts significantly, increases maintenance expenditure and in extreme cases can lead to serious damage.

To rule out damage to materials caused by corrosion from the start, MBO Osswald stocks a wide range of corrosion-resistant linking elements which can, depending on the choice of material, also withstand aggressive media or ambient conditions. Clevises, clevis joints, angle joints, ball studs, ball sockets, bolts, rod ends and pivoting bearings are all available in material quality A4.

Material quality A4 has outstanding corrosion-resistance properties in natural environments (urban and rural atmospheres, seawater-resistant) and in industrial applications with moderate chloride and acid concentrations. In particular, the food and chemical industries (sulphuric and phosphoric acids, organic acids) also tend to turn to material quality A4.
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