Efficient assembly with hexalobular / Torx® drives
Torx (English Torque) is the brand name for a screw-drive profile in multi-circular shape. It is handled as a further development of the crossed slot and hexagon socket drive.
Inventor and patent holder was the Camcar Company. The Torx patent expired in the early 90s but the name is protected anyway. This is why the term Hexalobular is often used.
The special profile that looks like a six-pointed star with rounded tips and corners is corresponding a waveform and eliminates the weaknesses of the other drives.
The following assortments are available from stock:
|B 7380||10.9||Button screws|
|B 7380||A2||Button screws|
|LFS||10.9||Flange Button Head Socket screws|
|DIN 7500||Thread rolling screws for metric ISO-thread, with Pan Head|
|DIN 7500||Thread rolling screws for metric ISO-thread, with Countersunk Head|
|DIN 7984||8.8||Low Head Capscrews|
|DIN 7985||4.8||Pan Head screws|
|ISO 14583||A2||Pan Head screws|
|ISO 14579||8.8||TORX® Capscrews|
|ISO 14579||A2||TORX® Capscrews|
|B 52100||8.8||Countersunk Head screws|
|B 52100||A2||Countersunk Head screws|
|DIN 7981||Self tapping screws with TORX® Pan Head|
|ISO 14585||A2||Self tapping screws with TORX® Pan Head|
|ISO 14586||Self tapping screws with Countersunk Head|
|ISO 14586||A2||Self tapping screws with Countersunk Head|
|B 15481||Self drilling screws with Pan Head|
|B 14582||Self drilling screws with Countersunk Head|
|E 1452||EJOT®-PT-screws, for thermoplastic materials - Pan Head, hexalobular drive|
|E 5451||EJOT®-Delta-PT-screws, for thermoplastic materials - Flange Button screw and with pressed washer|
|E 5454||EJOT®-Delta-PT-screws, for thermoplastic materials - Countersunk Head, Torx-Plus / Autosert-drive|
|B 52004||10||AMTEC® screws for thermoplastic materials - Pan Head with hexalobular drive|
|B 52005||10||AMTEC® screws for thermoplastic materials - Countersunk Head with hexalobular drive|
|B 52006||10||AMTEC® screws for thermoplastic materials - Flange Button screw, hexalobular drive|
|B 7505||Chipboard screws with countersunk head|
|B 7505||A2||Chipboard screws with countersunk head|
|B 51022||Screwsdriver bits|
The mounting forces are not by edges but transmitted by driving surfaces.
The size of the driving surfaces ensures the optimum power transmission. Very high torques can be also transmitted without damaging the head.
The corrosion protection is maintained.
Reduced tooling costs
The wave profile facilitates the touchdown of the tool.
The driving forces are perpendicular.
There are no reverse thrust forces (cam out-effect).
The life of the assembly tools increases thereby significantly.
The screw head is compared to other actuators smaller and requires less material.
Despite of small footprint can be transferred a higher torque.
Large standardization potential
One drive system can be used for many different screws. This reduces the expenses for tools, stock and logistics costs. Screws with low or flat heads can be mounted easily.
Hexalobular / Torx ® drive systems are now used by default in the automotive industry, machinery, electronics and many other industries worldwide.
In standard toolboxes are Hexalobular / Torx ® bits commercially available.
|Hexalobular / TORX®
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