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SRIT

SRIT -S&M Retaining Ring Division manufacturers the Stationary     Ring Insertion Tool (SRIT), it is the first in the series of Automated    Ring Insertion Tools. The SRIT is designed as a stationary assembly tool, complete with air cylinder and mounting bracket, capable of applying retaining rings, at high speeds, radially to a shaft. The SRIT   is operated by pneumatic pressure, which can be activated by hand controls, foot pedals or automatic switches. (All controls are customer supplied).

 

 

RIG -The S & M Ring Insertion Gun (RIG) is a semi-automatic ring insertion tool, which is a combination applicator and dispenser built into one tool. The RIG is designed for high-speed application of S & M Taped Retaining Rings Series XC, XE, XER, XK and XKT, as well as similar size rings of other major ring manufacturers. The RIG may be used either on an assembly line or as a portable hand tool. Typically it is used on applications where the assembly is too large to be brought to a fixed assembly station, where there are multiple assembly stations or where products are assembled on a conveyor system. An added advantage to using the RIG is on applications where the ring is used to lock components under tension. The RIG applicator tip can be used to depress the parts, thus allowing access to the groove for easy ring insertion. (Using a standard hand-held applicator, the operator must use one hand to depress the assembly while using the other hand to install the ring, a tedious and time consuming method).

 RID- The S & M Ring Insertion Dispenser (RID) is a

semi-automatic ring insertion tool, which is a

combination applicator and dispenser built

into one tool. The RID is designed for

high-speed application of S & M Taped Retaining

 Rings Series XC, XE, XER, XK and XKT, as well

as similar size rings of other major manufacturers.

The RID may be used either on an assembly line

or as a portable hand tool. Typically it is used on

applications where the assembly is too large to

 be brought to a fixed assembly station, where

 there are multiple assembly stations or where

 products are assembled on a conveyor system.

 The RID is recommended for applications where

 clearance dimensions prohibit placing a tool over

 the assembly in an axial direction or where smaller

 rings are used which do not require much force

 to be inserted into the

groove.

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