|Material||Description||Max Panel |
|Cad Plated||Wide Area Grommet||.128||4002-N3|
Grommets and Snap Rings
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Knowledge of the sales staff was very helpful .
Did the job, but there should be some sort of direction on how to get the flush ring over the prongs of the Camloc. If you have never attempted it, or have seen it done, a simple diagram or written instruction would be very helpful.
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A flush grommet requires the material be slightly dimpled, or countersunk, so the top of the grommet sits flush with the material. Plus flush does not require a dimple, or countersink, and sits on the material and is slightly rounded. The O.D. of the wide area grommet is .876", and the others are .625" O.D..
It is just the panel thickness itself.
The snap ring does not come with the grommet.
No, the snap ring will need to be ordered separately.
These are priced and sold individually.
Max panel thickness is .072.