SCBR-440-8ZI

Captive Panel Screw-Tool only, Spinning Clinch Bolt, Self-retracting Spring – Type SCBR

SCBR-440-8ZI

Captive Panel Screw-Tool only, Spinning Clinch Bolt, Self-retracting Spring – Type SCBR

PEM Type SCBR™ Spinning Clinch Bolt installs by simply pressing it into a properly sized hole. The controlled clinching action permanently captivates the screw and spring in the panel and allows the screw to spin freely in the sheet.

Features and Benefits

  • Permanently captivates into sheets as thin as .040” / 1.02 mm.
  • Spring keeps screw retracted when disengaged.
  • Provides economical self-retracting captive screw.
  • Replaces loose hardware.
  • Allows for close centerline-to-edge distance.
  • RoHS compliant.

Type SCBR screws are shipped with mating springs.

Specifications

Thread Code
440
Thread Size
.112-40 (#4-40)
Thread Specification
2A, ANSI B1.1
Screw Length Code
8
Material
Heat-Treated Carbon Steel
Finish Spring
Natural Finish
For Use in Sheet Hardness
HRB 80 or Less (Hardness Rockwell “B” Scale) / HB 150 or Less (Hardness Brinell)
Driver Size
#1 Phillips
Product Category
Captive Panel Screw-Tool only, Spinning Clinch Bolt, Self-retracting Spring – Type SCBR
CAD Supplier
PennEngineering® (PEM®)
Cad View
Unfastened
CADPartID
103768
Thread Type
SCBR
Application Type
Datacom, Telecom
Base Panel Material
Aluminum, Steel
Brand
PEM
Fastener Characteristics
Threaded External
Finish Type
colorless, SC1 (5µm), Type III, Zinc plated per ASTM B633
Industry
Datacom & Telecom
Installation Equipment/Method
C-Frame Manual Feed
Product Type
Panel Fasteners
Technology Type
Self-Clinching
E + .005 -.010_in
.348in
H1 ± .005_in
.165in
H2 Ref._in
.495in
Hole Size in Sheet + 0.003 – 0.000_in
.112in
L Len Pm 015in Or 4mm
.500in
Min. Dist. Hole C/L to Edge_in
.175in
Min. Sheet Thickness_in
.040in
T Nom._in
.130in

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