News about REC® - solutions in fastening technology

Finally another face-to-face seminar - together with a "special show case" - a Porsche Taycan! For the first time after a felt eternity of the one-year Corona forced break, we conducted one of our renowned seminars "Electrical Contact Fitting".
On 20 and 21 April 2021, the training participants from various supplier companies (such as Bosch, Valeo Siemens, Mitsubishi, etc.) not only benefited from…

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It’s been a long process, but it was worth it! REC® solutions in fastening technology is happy to finally present its new website. The pages of the new website are up-to-date and user-friendly. Confidential data can be conveniently and securely transferred with our customers via the newly integrated up- and download area.

 

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The new company building has been inaugurated! REC Engineering GmbH has expanded in Breidenbach, Germany in order to be able to meet the ever-increasing demand from the industry.

 

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Visit us at our stand 404 at hall 1! We’ll be happy to meet you!

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The topic of surface area and in particular the coating is a central importance for the interaction between torque and pre-tensioning force.

 

But what is important and correct?

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When fastening electrical contacts, increased contact resistances may occur due to insufficiently high preloading forces, with malfunction or even failure of the electrical fastening being the consequence. Taking into account the actual conditions – torque, preloading force, friction coefficients – present for use of the fastener, the electrical contact resistances in the application are measured…

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The demand for friction coefficient determination with large bolts and nuts is constantly increasing, as the issue of utilising fastener strength is playing an ever greater role, particularly in the area of commercial vehicles, rail vehicles and wind turbines. Accordingly, on the new Fastener Analysis Machine FAS T2000, torques of up to 2000 Nm can be introduced into the fastening in a targeted…

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FAS T500 unit combined with a free-standing movable handling unit up to 1000 Nm
Based on the lab technology already in place at REC® solutions in fastening technology in the form of the FAS T500 measuring system, a free-standing handling unit has been integrated into the existing fastener test bed.
This makes it also possible to easily perform torque, angle of rotation, preloading force and…

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