Captive quarter-turn fastener for vibration-resistant access

Southco is expanding its DZUS Quarter-Turn product line with the launch of a captive-style fastener that prevents over tightening. The DZUS D9 Tech Line Quarter-Turn Fastener combines Southco's proven quarter-turn and captive fastening technologies to create a device that provides consistent, reliable clamping force and quick access.

The DZUS D9 Tech Line features a captive, spring-loaded design and tool-free operation that provides accurate, secure engagement and vibration resistance, while helping to prevent damage caused by over tightening the fastener. Available in press in, flare in and surface mount technology (SMT) styles, the DZUS D9 Tech Line is available in a variety of stud lengths and mating receptacle options to accommodate varying panel thickness ranges. In addition, the DZUS D9 Tech Line is available with a standard bright metal or "˜prism' coloured head that can be used to designate access through an array of standard and custom colour options.

Global Product Manager Jim Grady adds: "With its quick access design and tool-free operation, Southco's DZUS D9 Tech Line Quarter-Turn Fastener provides accurate, secure engagement and vibration resistance. Its captive, spring loaded design provides a set amount of clamping force when fastened, preventing hardware from becoming damaged by over tightening."

For more information about the DZUS D9 Tech Line Quarter-Turn Fastener, please visit www.southco.com.

Southco Manufacturing Ltd

Touch Point, Wainwright Road
Warndon
Worcester
WR4 9FA
UNITED KINGDOM

+44 (0)1905 346722

info@southco.com

www.southco.com

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