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4002 SERIES

QUICK OPERATING 1/4-TURN FASTENERS      4002 SERIES

The 4002 Series fasteners utilize a variety of grommets designated to reinforce the panel for added  strength. Certain 4002 series 1/4-turn fasteners are qualified to MIL-F-5591* specifications for sizes 5 and 7.

To Order a Complete Fastening System:

1. Select receptacle to be used. Stud part numbers vary depending upon the specific receptacle used.
2. Select style of stud to be used, then combine thicknesses of panel and frame to determine total thickness, “G”. Find the specific stud part number adjacent to “G” Total Thickness column with respect to receptacle selected.
3. If you are ordering long studs (-16 or greater), you will need to order a Stud Retaining Ring. Shorter studs (-15 and under) are self-captivating and do not require retaining rings.
4. A Grommet is required for all 4002 studs except Part Number 40S128. A choice of Flared or Retaining Ring Retained styles are available.

*Meets the design, physical and performance requirements of MIL-F-5591. However, full mechanical properties testing may not be performed on each production lot.

Note: Part numbers shown are basic part numbers only

. See ordering information

on Page A-62 for required dash numbers.

S lotted Recess Cross Recess “ Tamper Resistant ” Recess Recess Style per NAS4000
Material P art No. P art No. P art No. P art No.
S tainless Steel 4 002-[ ]S 4 055-[ ]S 40S119-[ ]-3AA
Stainless Steel High Strength 4 0S41-[ ]S 40S80-[ ]B
Stainless Steel (Spring: Inconel “X”) 40S45-[ ]
Steel (Cadmium Plated, Yellow Chromate) 4 002-[ ] 4 0S5-[ ] 40S119-[ ]-3BB
Steel (Zinc Plated, Clear Chromate) 4 0S5-[ ]C 40S80-[ ]C
Steel (Nickel Plated) 40S79-[ ]
Steel (Head: Chrome Plated)
Steel (Zinc Plated, Yellow Chromate) 4 0S5-[ ]D 40S80-[ ]E

Maximum Service Temperature: Stainless Steel with inconel “X” Spring—700°F.; Stainless Steel—550°F.; Sealed Stud Assembly, P/N 40S37-[ ]—130°F.; all others 450°F.

Note: 4002 Series stud assemblies seat nominally flush with mating grommet. For Wing, Bail Handle or Knurled Knob versions, top side protrusion is nominally equal to mating grommet “B” dimension plus the height of the wing, handle or knob.

Specifications:

This series utilizes a variety of grommets which must be installed into the top panel. They significantly enhance the system’s performance. Ultimate tensile strength: 1050 lbs. Working strength: 700 lbs. Stud grip increments: .030 inch. Contact factory for strengths for stainless steel stud assemblies. For other styles, materials, or finishes, please contact Camloc Products Division.

Grommetless Stud

*S=Protruding Slotted Head Part No. 40S128-( )-1AA*

40S128 Protruding Head
NOTE: This stud does not require a grommet, but must be used with retaining ring part number 40S142-1-1AA.

Retaining Ring

Part Number 40S142-1-1AA CRES Spring Steel (Passivated)

Hex Recess Sealed Fixed Wing Folding Bail Handle Knurled Knob
4mm Part No. 6mm Part No.
Part No. Part No. Part No. Part No.
4002-[ ]SW 40S83-[ ]
40S37-[ ]† 4002-[ ]W 40S47-[ ] 40S83-[ ]A
40S77-[ ] 40S47-[ ]A
40S83-[ ]B
40S122-[ ]-1AA 40S122-[ ]-2AA

† Not available with dash numbers smaller than #4

 

Flo atin g (1/8″ to tal) Narrow Width Encapsulated
See Note 1 for sealing
Material Part No. Rivet Holes Weight (per
100 pcs.) (lbs.)
Part No. Rivet Holes Weight (per
100 pcs.) (lbs.)
Part No. Rivet Holes Weight (per
100 pcs.) (lbs.)
Stainless Steel 214-16S 14-16SD 2 Plain C’Sunk 1.76 1.68
Stainless Steel
(Red Dye)
Silicon Bronze (Cadmium Plated) 214-16 214-16D Plain C’Sunk 1.85 1.77 214-16N 214-16ND Plain C’Sunk 1.80 1.72 40R12-1 40R12-2 Plain C’Sunk Plain C’Sunk 2.45 2.37
Zinc (Zinc Plated) 214-16E Plain 1.44
Steel (Cad. Plated) Receptacle Element: Silicon Bronze (Cad. Plated)
Steel (Cad. Plated) Receptacle Element: Zinc (Zinc Plated)
Standard

 Mounting

Continued

Flo atin g  (1/8″ to tal)

Flo atin g  (1/8″ to tal)

En c ap s u lated See

Note 1 for  sealing

Shims

Material Part No. Rivet Holes Weight

(per100 pcs.) (lbs.)

Part No.  

Rivet Holes

Weight

(per100 pcs.) (lbs.)

Par

t No.

A Dim. Rivet

Holes

Weight

(per100 pcs.) (lbs.)

Stainless Steel 244-22S Plain 2.77
Steel (Cad.

Plated) Receptacle

Element: Silicon Bronze

(Cad. Plated)

244-2  

Plain

2.99 244-22C Plain 3.98
Steel (Cad.Plated) Receptacle Element: Zinc (Zinc Plated) 244-22E Plain 2.61 244-22EC Plain 3.60
Aluminum 40R8-16-1A .019-.013 Plain 0.06
40R8-16-1 .033-.027 Plain 0.11
40R8-16-2 .033-.027 Dimpled 0.11

Notes:

1.  Use to seal against leakage of air, dust or water. Install with suitable sealing compound such as 3M #EC-847 or adhesive silicon sealant.

2. Receptacles and Shims with countersunk holes are for sure with dimpled Maximum Service Temperatures for Standard Mounting Types: Stainless Steel—700°F.; Steel (Cadmium Plated) and Silicon Bronze (Cadmium Plated)—450°F.; Silicon Bronze with Brass Cap and Steel with Zinc Receptacle Element—300°F.; Aluminum—350°F.


Light weight

Float ing (1/16″ t ot al)

Float ing (1/16″ t ot al) EncapsulatedSee Note 1 for sealing
 

Part

No.

 

Rivet

Holes

Weight

(per

100 pcs.) (lbs.)

 

Part

No.

 

Rivet

Holes

Weight

(per

100 pcs.) (lbs.)

 

Part

No.

 

Rivet

Holes

Weight

(per

100 pcs.) (lbs.)

40R17-1 Plain 1.20 244-16S Plain 2.57 244-16SC Plain 3.31
40R17-2 Dimpled 1.20 244-16SD Dimpled 2.59 244-16SCD Dimpled 3.33
40R17-5 Plain 1.19
40R17-6 Dimpled 1.19
244-16 Plain 2.60 244-16C Plain 3.33
 

 

 

 

244-16D

 

Dimpled

 

2.62

 

244-16CD

 

Dimpled

 

3.35

 

 

 

 

244-16E

 

Plain

 

2.24

 

 

 

 


2-Piece Floating Receptacles/Spotweld Attachment

These receptacles are designed to be attached by spotwelding. Separate cage and receptacle element allow smaller envelopes and significant weight savings over conventional designs. Choose from versions within 1/16 inch or 1/8 inch total float.

Order eceptacle element and cage separately. For 1/16 inch Total Float                                                                      

For 1/8 inch Total Float

Material Receptacle Element Cages Receptacle Element Cage
 

Part No.

 

Weight*

Standard Encapsulated  

Part No.

 

Weight *

 

Part No.

 

Weight*

Part No. Weight * Part No. Weight *
Steel

(Cadmium Plated)

756W 0.51 757W 1.43 706W 0.70
Silicon Bronze (Cadmium Plated) 751 1.74 701 1.65
Zinc (Zinc Plated) 751D 1.36 701E 1.29

Receptacles continued Side Mounting

Floating (1/16″ total) Floating (1/16″ total) Encapsulated

See Note 1 for sealing

 

Material

 

 

No.

 

Rivet

Holes

Weight

(per

100 pcs.) (lbs.)

 

Part

No.

 

Rivet

Holes

Weight

(per

100 pcs.) (lbs.)

 

Steel (Cad. Plated) Receptacle Element: Silicon Bronze

(Cad. Plated)

244-16B-R Plain 4.80 244-16BC-R Plain 5.84
 

244-16B

None (Wed Type)  

4.84

 

244-16BC

None (Weld Type)  

5.80


Notes:

1. Use to seal against leakage of air, dust or water. Install with suitable sealing compound such as 3M #EC-847 or adhesive silicon sealant.
2. Maximum Service Temperature: 450°F.

Clip-in

Bottom View Provides 1/8” Float

Bottom View Provides ¼” Float

 

Material

Part No. Rivet Holes Part No. Rivet Holes
Steel & Zinc Alloy

(Zinc Plated)

40R39-1-1AA None
Steel (Cad. Plated) Receptacle Element: Silicon Bronze (Cadmium Plated) 40R44-1-1AA None

Grommets

4002 Series stud assemblies must be used in conjunction with one of the grommets shown here.

Retaining Ring Retailed Plus Flush Grommets
Ring retained grommets are easily installed without the need for extensive special tooling. Both flush mounting and plus flush grommets are available with either retailing ring or flare retention

Part

No.

Px.Th Ma ess ickn Material A B C D G . (Note 1) (peWeightcs.) (lbs.)
4002-N2S .025 Stainless Steel (Cadmium Plated) .625

.617

.201

.193

.082

.074

.069 .053 0.40
4002-N2 Steel (Cadmium Plated) 0.39
4002-NS .065 Stainless Steel .625

.617

.201

.193

.122

.114

.029

.023

.091 0.31
Steel (Cadmium Plated)
4002-N 0.30
Alloy Stee (Cadmium Plated, Olive Drab)
40G6-2 0.30
4002-0S .094 Stainless Steel .625

.617

.202

.192

.157

.137

.029

.023

.116 0.34
Steel

(Cadmium Plated)

4002-0 0.33
Alloy Steel (Cadmium Plated, Olive Drab)
40G6-1 0.33
4002-N3 .128 Steel(Cadmium Plated) .87.867 .25.244 .12.120 .05.048 .150 0.60

 

Retaining Ring Retained, Flush Mounting Grommets (Standard Series)

Part No. P Max. Thickness Material B C G* . ( Min 1) Note Weight (per 100 pcs.) (lbs.)
Std. Panel Dimpled Panel
4002-GS .074 .064 Stainless Steel .19.183 .13.124 .090 0.31
Steel (Cadmium Plated)
4002-G 0.30
Alloy Steel (Cadmium Plated, Olive Drab)
40G5 0.30
4002-HS .117 .086 Stainless Steel .20.193 .17.167 .150 0.34
Steel (Cadmium Plated)
4002-H 0.33
Alloy Steel (Cadmium Plated, Olive Drab)
40G10 0.33

Notes: (Applies to both Plus Flush and Flush Mounting Versions above.)
*1. Grommets will protrude from the back side of panel. Minimum total thickness “G” must be observed to prevent grommets from jamming against the receptacle. (Under certain conditions “G” minimum may be reduced. See Note 3 on Page A-62.
2. Panels with thicknesses greater than “P” Max. may be back counterbored.
3. Maximum Service Temperatures: Stainless — 700°F.: Steel — 450°F.

Retaining Ring Retained Flush Mounting Grommets. (High Shear Series

Maximum Service Temperature: — 450°F.

Part

No.

 

Material

 

P Max.

 

G* Min.

Dimensions (peWeightcs.)

r 100 p

(lbs.)

A B C
40G1-5  

Alloy Steel

(Cadmium Plated)

.065 .120 .063-.066 .185-.189 .129-.132 .37
40G1-8 .092 .150 .090-.093 .185-.189 .156-.159 .41
40G1-10 .113 .175 .111-.114 .215-.218 .177-.180 .50
40G1-11 .128 .175 .126-.129 .215-.218 .192-.195 .50

Important Notes:

*1. Grommets will protrude from the back side of panel. Minimum total thickness “G” must be observed to prevent grommets from jamming against the receptacle. (Under certain conditions “G” minimum may be reduced. See Note 3 on Page A-62.)
2. For maximum shear capability, receptacle mounting hole in substructure may be reduced to .578 This hole size provides no accommodation for misalignment.

Flare Retained Flush and Plus Flush Grommets

Flare retained grommets will accommodate relatively thick panels often eliminating the need for back counterboring. Flared grommets should also be specified when axial grommet to movement must be restricted.
Note: Part numbers shown are basic part numbers only. See Date Table indicated below for “P” panel thickness, “L” dimension and required grommet length dash number.

 

Series

 

Part No.

 

Material

 

A. dia

 

D

Data Tables
Look up “P” and “L” dimensions, plus grommet length dash number, from the data table indicated below. (See next page)
 

 

 

 

Plus Flush, Standard

40G16-[ ] Alloy Steel (Cadmium Plated)  

 

 

 

.62.617

.049 #1
40G16-[ ]S Stainless Steel .04.043 #1
4002-P3-[ ] Steel (Cadmium Plated) .03.025 #3
40G16-[ ]-1 Alloy Steel (Nickel Plated) .04.043 #1
40G16-[ ]-2 Alloy Steel (Cadmium Plated, Clear Chromate) .049

.043

#1
Plus Flush, Large Bearing Area 4002-P4-[ ]A Stainless Steel  

.876

.867

 

.061

.041

#3
4002-P4-[ ] Steel

(Cadmium Plated)

#3
4002-P4-[ ]B (Nic Steel ted) kel Pla #3
 

Flush

40G15-[ ]S Stainless Steel  

.625

.617

 

 

N/A

#2
4002-P2-[ ] (Cad  Steel lated) mium P #3
40G15-[ ] (Ca Alloy Steel ed) dmium Plat #2

Notes:  1. Maximum Service Temperature: Stainless Steel — 700°f.; Steel (Cadmium Plated) — 450°F.; Steel (Nickel Plated) — 550°F.
2. For weighs see Page A-63.

Data Tables for Flared Retained Grommets.

(“P”, “L” and Grommet Dash Numbers)

To Select Grommet Dash Number 

1. Determine “P” panel
2. Locate “P” thickness in the appropriate table below.
3. Find the corresponding dash number to the

DATA TAB L E 1
P Panel Thickness L Grommet Length Dash Number
.040-.069 .109-.116 -040
.070-.099 .142-.149 -070
.100-.129 .172-.179 -100
.130-.159 .202-.209 -130
.160-.189 .232-.239 -160
.190-.219 .262-.269 -190

 

DATA TAB L E 2
P Panel Thickness L Grommet Length Dash Number
.040-.069 .155-.166 -140
.070-.099 .145-.156 -070
.100-.129 .165-.176 -100
.130-.159 .193-.204 -130
.160-.189 .220-.231 -160
.190-.219 .250-.261 -190

 

DATA TAB L E 3
P Panel Thickness L Grommet Length Dash Number
.156-.219 .266-.296 -187
.220-.281 .328-.358 -250
.282-.343 .391-.421 -312
.344-.407 .453-.483 -375
.368-.432 .478-.508 -400
.405-.469 .516-.546 -437
.468-.532 .587-.608 -500
.593-.657 .703-.733 -625
.718-.782 .828-.858 -750
.780-.844 .891-.921 -812
.843-.907 .953-.983 -875
.968-1.032 1.078-1.108 -1000
1.030-1.094 1.141-1.171 -1062
1.093-1.157 1.203-1.233 -1125
1.218-1.282 1.328-1.358 -1250
1.343-1.407 1.453-1.433 -1375
1.468-1.532 1.578-1.608 -1500

Notes: 1. For longer lengths contact Camloc Products Division.
2. Data tables are applicable to specific part numbers. Select the correct table as indicated on Page A-52. See Grommet Weights on Page A-63.

How to Order:

Example:
“P” thickness = .125 inch. Grommet selected: 40G15-[ ]S From data above, Table #2 applies. Grommet Dash Number selected from Table #2: -100. Complete part number: 40G15-100S.

Panel Preparation and Installation Data

(For Ring Retained Grommets) Plus Flush Grommets

Drill #30 (.1285) pilot hole. Enlarge pilot hole to .478-.473 diameter with hole saw HS-471. “P” maximum panel thickness varies with grommet selected. Please see Page A-51 for tabulation.
Panels with thicknesses greater than “P” maximum must be back counterbored to a concentric .688 inch diameter with a remaining material thickness not exceeding “P” maximum.
NoteHole saws and counterboring tools are available as a convenience in selected sizes. Please see Page A-55.

Flush Mounting Grommets

P Max. B Max. Hole Saw Dimpling Tool  Set* (order both  P/Ns)
.064 .074 HS-471 4G200M-[ ]
.086 .117 4G200F-[ ]

* See Next page for dimpling tool ordering information.

Dimpled Panel Preparation for panel thicknesses “P” up to .086 inch. Drill #30 (.1285) pilot hole. Enlarge pilot hole to .478-.473 diameter with hole saw HS-471. Then dimple using tools specified in the table above. Spot face back side of panel if required to meet “B” maximum.
Note: When using panels constructed of ductile materials, see alternate dimpling method.

For panel thickness “P” large than .086 inch, drill #30 pilot hole. Enlarge pilot hole using hole saw specified below to X diameter. C’Sink using tool specified.

Grommet X . Hole Saw C’Sink
40G1 High shear version only .500 Min. N/A 4GC-500 or 4GC-1-500*
All other flush mounting ring retained versions .478 .473 HS-471 4GC or 4GC-1-470*

*Supplied with optional 1/4-28-UNF-2A Thread

“P” maximum panel thickness varies with grommet selected. Please see Pages A-51 and A-52. Panels with thicknesses greater than “P” maximum

Installing Grommet
Insert grommet into mounting hole and captivate with retaining ring. Please see Page A-56 for more information.

Alternate Dimpling Method.
“Thin” panels constructed from ductile materials allow use of an alternative method which eliminates the need for grommet retaining rings.

P Max. Hole Saw Dimpling Tool Set* (order both P/Ns) Closing Tools* (order both P/Ns)
.086               HS-418             4-G100M-[ ]             4-GM-[ ]
4-G100F-[ ]              4-GF-[ ]

* See Next Page for dimpling tool ordering information.

Drill #30 (.1285) pilot hole. Enlarge hole using hole saw P/N HS-418. Then dimple using tools tabulated above. Insert grommet and push panel back using closing tool specified. Panel must be securely engaged behind shoulder of grommet for positive retention.must be back counterbored to a concentric .688 inch diameter with a remaining material thickness not exceeding “P” maximum.
Note: Hole saws, counterboring tools and countersinks are available as a convenience in selected sizes (see alternative dimple method).

Installation Tools for Ring Retained Grommets.

Hole Saws
Accurately sizes grommet mounting holes.

Part  No. Application
HS-418 Alternate dimple method only
HS-471 All mounting holes except alternate dimple method

Dimpling and Closing Tools

(Part number for dimpling and closing tools are listed with the installation instructions on preceding page.)

Dash Nos.  for Shank  Diameters and Lengths Used  On Dimpling and Closing Tools
Dash

Number

Shank

Dia.

Shank

Length

-1 1/4 9/16
-2 5/16 5/8
-3 5/16 7/8
-4 3/8 7/8

Note: It is recommended that tools be ordered in sets. However, punch and dies may be ordered separately.

Counterboring Tool 4G2C
For back counterboring thick panels to .688 concentric diameter.

Countersinking Tool (4GC)

Forms C’Sink required for flush mounting grommets.

Part Number Thread Pilot Hole
4GC 5/16-32 .470
4GC-500 5/16-32 .500
4GC-1-470 1/4-28 .470
4GC-1-500 1/4-28 .500

Adaptors
May be used to adapt any C’Sinking or C’Boring tool for use in a drill chuck.

C’Sink Tool Thread Adaptor Part No.
5/16-32 NEF-2B T19
1/4-28 UNF-2B T19-1


Retaining Rings for Ring Retained 
Grommets.

Part No. Material Weight (per 100 pcs.) (lbs.) Application Tool
R4G Steel (Cadmium Plated) 0.06 For use with all ring retained grommets except

40G1 Series

T26
40G26-1 Cres. (Non-Magnetic, Corrosion- Resistant) 0.07

High Shear Retaining Ring

Part No. Material Weight(per 100 pcs.) (lbs.) Application Tool
R4T Alloy Steel (Cadmium Plated) 0.15 For use with 40G1 Series High Shear Grommets only T39-1

Retaining Ring Installation

1. Place grommet in prepared
2. Place mandrel into
3. Place retaining ring over mandrel as
4. Push handle over mandrel until sharp ring is fully seated behind shoulder of

Retaining Ring Installation Tool and Replacement Components.

Description Part No.
Complete Installation Tool T-26
Rubber Tip T-26-1
Mandrel T-26-2

For Flare Retained Grommets Plus Flush Grommets

Form .515-505 mounting hole. Insert grommet into panel and flare using appropriate flaring tools from table at right.

Typical Installation
Flush Mounting Grommets

Form .515-.505 mounting hole. Countersink with C’Sink tool P/ N 4-GC-500. Insert grommet into panel and flare using appropriate flaring tool set from table at right

.

Installation Tools

Flaring Tools 
Used to flare grommets in place.

Tool Part Numbers
Grommet Part No. Punch Die
P 4002- { P3 P4 4-GM-[ ] 4-PF-[ ]
40G15 40g16 4-GM-[ ] T92-[ ]

Determine basic part number from table above. Flaring tools are available in a number of shank diameters and shank lengths. Select from table below and list corresponding dash number as a suffix to basic part number.

Shank Diamet er s and Lengt hs
Dash Number Shank Diameter Shank Length
-1 1/4 9/16
-2 5/16 5/8
-3 5/16 7/8
-4 3/8 7/8

Example: To specify Flaring Die P/N 4-PF-1[?], with 5/16″ shank diameter and 7/8″ shank length, complete the part number with a-3. Completed part number: 4-PF-3.

Countersinking Tool 4GC-500
Forms C’Sink required for Flush Mounting Grommets.

Adaptors for Countersinking Tools
May be used to adapt any C’Sinking tool for use in drill chuck.

C’Sink Tool Thread Adaptor Part Number
5/16-32NEF-2B T19
1/4-28UNF-2B T19-1

Installing Stud Into Panel

4002 Series studs must be used in conjunction with a grommet. (See Page A-51 for grommet selection.) Compress stud assembly spring using Camloc pliers P/N 4P43 as shown. Insert stud through grommet and release when cross pin clears. Studs with dash numbers greater than -15 require retaining rings. These longer studs may be installed without compressing the stud assembly spring (pliers not required).

Retaining Rings

Part No. Material Maximum Service Temperature
4002-SW (C Spring Steel d) admium Plate 450°F.
4002-SW-SS Stainless Steel 700°F.

Retaining Ring Installation

1. To install, place retaining ring on stud with slot aligned over left side of cross pin as shown on figure 1.
2. Snap retainingring under cross pin using needle nose pliers, then rotate retaining ring 180° until ring is over right side of cross pin as shown on figures 2 and 3.
3. To complete installation, snap retaining ring over the right side of cross
4. Completed installation is shown in figure

Stud Ejector Spring (Optional) Provides full retraction of stud assembly to allow opening and closing of equipment without the possibility of jamming or damage.

Part Numbers
Material For use with Flush Grommets For use with Plus Flush Grommets Rivet Holes
Spring Steel (Cadmium Plated) 4002 SG Plain
4002 SN
4002 SGD  

Dimpled

4002 SND
4002 SGF* Plain
4002 SNF*

*Ejector P/N 4002 SNF is flat; i.e. no 4″ radius bend.

Notes:   1. Thru hole in Ejector Spring Part Numbers 4002SN, SND and SNF is formed to allow grommet to seat flush to top surface of Ejector Spring.
2. When using Stud Ejector Springs, Retaining Ring/Retained style grommets must be
3. Maximum Service Temperature: 450°F.
4. Add .021 to total material thickness “G” when using these parts. See Page A-61.
5. Weight per 100 pieces: Ejector Spring used with Flush Grommet: 1.84 lbs. Ejector Spring used with Plus Flush Grommet: 1.86 lbs.

Sealed Stud and Grommet Installation

40S37 Series stud assembly contains an integral seal which is usually sufficient where only splash-proof

Grommet Installation
1. Select grommet from the table below.
2. Prepare panel according to standard See table below for page reference.
3. Install gasket onto grommet. installation is required. For more complete sealing the following procedure should be followed.
4. Place grommet in prepared hole and complete installation following standard procedure.

Gro mmet/Gasket Selectio n
Grommets Gasket Part Number A Dia. Gasket Material Installation Instructions
Ring Retained: 4002-G, H, N, O 40G11-3 .443 .431 Vellumoid Gasket Material per Fed. Spec. HH-P-96 See Pages A-54-A-56
Flare Retained: 4002-P2-P3 40G15, 40G16 40G11-4 .50.489 See Page A-57

 

Stud Installation
1. Install gasket P/N 40S39 over stud spring
2. Using 4P3 pliers, install stud into grommet following standard procedures. (See Page A-58.)
3. For studs with dash numbers greater than -15, install retaining ring. For procedures see Page A-58

Notes:   1.  Applications using this assembly are limited by the gasket material to 130°F. maximum temperature.
2. Add .045 inch to “G” thickness to compensate for gasket (See Page A-61.)
3. 40S37 Stud Assemblies are not available with dash numbers smaller than -4.

Receptacle Installation Data

Standard Mounting Receptacles

1. Drill #30 (.1285) diameter pilot
2. Drill holes for .125 rivets using drill jig
3. Enlarge pilot hole to X diameter.
4. Rivet receptacle in

Receptacle X Dia. (Ref.) Hole Saw R Rivet Hole Spacing (Ref.) Drill Jig
244-22 Series Standard  Mount .812 HS-812 1.375 T22
All Other Standard  Mount .688 H-687 1.00 T1

Side Mounting Receptacle

Snap-in Receptacle (P/N 40R39-1-1AA)

Two piece floating receptacles

Spot weld attachment
1. Form through hole to X diameter.
2. Place receptacle element into
3. Locate receptacle assembly on center and spot weld in place

Receptacle Assembly X Dia. (Ref.) R (Ref.) Hole Saw
1/16″ Float Versions 751, 751E/756W,  757W .687 1.00 HS-687
1/8″ Float Versions 701, 701E/706W .812 1.375 HS-812

Optional Installation Tools

Drill Jigs
Provide convenient means for accurately locating rivet holes relative to receptacle mounting hole.

Drill Jig A
T16 1.000
T22 1.375

Hole Saws

Accurately size mounting holes.

Hole Saw Forms Hole Dia.
HS-687 .687
HS-812 .812

When using hole saw, first drill #30 (.1285) pilot hole.

Ordering Information/ Stud Dash Number Selection

To Select Stud Dash Number

1. Stud dash number varies with receptacle used. This information must be known before proceeding. Select receptacle from Pages A-48 through A-50.
2. Determine “G” thickness.
Notes:  (a) Increase “G” to allow for thickness of paint or other finishes and for the compressed thickness of any gasket.
(b) When selecting stud dash number, “G” must be increased for the following “Special” conditions.

“Special” Conditions Increase “G” Thickness
4002 Series Ejector Spring installed Add .021 inch
Snap-in Receptacle (P/N 40R 39-1-1AA) installed Allow .020 inch for receptacle top side protrusion.
40R8 Series Receptacle Shims installed For each shim used, add an amount equal to “A” max. shim thickness. (See Page a-48)
 

Plus Flush Grommets installed

For purposes of selecting stud dash number only, add “D” max. protrusion of grommet. (See Pages A-51 and A-52)
40S37 Stud Assembly installed with sealing gaskets Add .045 inch

 

3. Locate “G” total thickness in the stud dash number table on the following

4. Then find the corresponding stud dash number in the column designated for the receptacle

How To Order

Example 1.
Stud Assembly Used: 4002-[?]S “G” Total Thickness: .220 inch Grommet Used: 4002-0S (Plus Flush Style) Receptacle Used: 40R17-1 Required Calculation*: G + .029 = .220 + .029 = .249 Stud Dash Number Selected From Table: -7 Completed Part Number: 4l002-7S *(Plus Flush grommets require that “D” max. dimension from Pages A-51 and A-52 be added to “G” total thickness when determining Stud Dash Number).

Example 2.
Stud Assembly Used: 40S5-[?] “G” Total Thickness: 1.520 inch Grommet Used: 4002-P2-625 (Flush Style) Receptacle Used: 244-16E Stud Dash Number Selected From Table: -51 (See Note 2, Page A-62) Completed Part Number: 40S5-51

                   

Stud Dash Number Selection Table

Grommeted Studs Grommetless Studs
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
G Total Thickness All rec. not tab. at right All 244-16 ex-16B &-16BR All 244-22 All 244-16B 244-16B-R All rec. not tab. at right All 244-16 ex. 16B &-16BR All 244-22 All 244-16B 244-16B-R
.021-.050 -2 -2
.051-.080 -2 -3 -2 -2
.081-.110 -2 -3 -4 -2 -2 -4
.111-.140 -3 -4 -5 -2 -4 -4
.141-.170 -4 -5 -6 -4 -4 -6
.171-.200 -5 -6 -7 -4 -6 -6
.201-.230 -6 -7 -8 -6 -6 -8
.231-.260 -7 -8 -9 -6 -8 -8
.261-.290 -8 -9 -10 -8 -8 -10
.291-.320 -9 -10 -11 -8 -10 -10
.321-.350 -10 -11 -12 -10 -10 -12
.351-.380 -11 -12 -13 -10 -12 -12
.381-.310 -12 -13 -14 -12 -12 -14
.411-.440 -13 -14 -15 -12 -14 -14
.441-.470 -14 -15 -16 -14 -14 -16
.471-.500 -15 -16 -17 -14 -16 -16
.501-.530 -16 -17 -18 -16 -16 -18
.531-.560 -17 -18 -19 -16 -18 -18
.561-.590 -18 -19 -20 -18 -18 -20
.591-.620 -19 -20 -21 -18 -20 -20
.621-.650 -20 -21 -22 -20 -20 -22
.651-.680 -21 -22 -23 -20 -22 -22
.681-.710 -22 -23 -24 -22 -22 -24
.711-.740 -23 -24 -25 -22 -24 -24
.741-.770 -24 -25 -26 -24 -24 -26
.771-.800 -25 -26 -27 -25 -26 -26
.801-.830 -26 -27 -28 -26 -26 -28
.831-.860 -27 -28 -29 -26 -28 -28
.861-.890 -28 -29 -30 -28 -28 -30
.891-.920 -29 -30 -31 -28 -30 -30
.921-.950 -30 -31 -32 -30 -30 -32
.951-.980 -31 -32 -33 -32 -32 -32
.981-1.010 -32 -33 -34 -32 -32 -34
1.011-1.040 -33 -34 -35 -32 -34 -34
1.041-1.070 -34 -35 -36 -34 -34 -36
1.071-1.100 -35 -36 -37 -34 -36 -36
1.101-1.130 -36 -37 -38 -36 -36 -38
1.131-1.160 -37 -38 -39 -36 -38 -38
1.161-1.190 -38 -39 -40 -38 -38 -40
1.191-1.220 -39 -40 -41 -38 -40 -40
1.221-1.250 -40 -41 -42 -40 -40 -42
1.251-1.280 -41 -42 -43 -40 -42 -42
1.281-1.310 -42 -43 -44 -42 -42 -44
1.311-1.340 -43 -44 -45 -42 -44 -44
1.341-1.370 -44 -45 -46 -44 -44 -46
1.371-1.400 -45 -46 -47 -44 -46 -46
1.401-1.430 -46 -47 -48 -46 -46 -48
1.431-1.460 -47 -48 -49 -46 -48 -48
1.461-1.490 -48 -49 -50 -48 -48 -50
1.491-1.520 -49 -50 -51 -48 -50 -50
1.521-1.550 -50 -51 -52 -50 -50 -52

Important Notes: 1.40S37 stud assemblies are not available with dash numbers smaller than -4. 2. If the total thickness “G” is very near the top of the thickness range, selection of the next greater dash number is recommended. For. “G” thicknesses longer than those tabulated, contact Camloc Products Division. 3. “G” min. thickness specified on Pages. A-51 and A-52 may be reduced. .030 inch when column 3 dash numbers apply and .060 inch when column 4 dash numbers apply.

Weights for Flare Retained Grommets

(Pounds per 100 pieces. All weights are approximate.)

Grommet

Dash Numbers

Data Tab le 1* Data Tab le 2*
40G16-[ ]-1 40G16-[ ]-2 40G16-[ ]S 40G15-[ ] 40G15-[ ]S
– 40 .35 .41
– 70 .36 .41
-100 .38 .42
-130 .39 .43
-160 .40 .44
-190 .42 .46

 

Grommet Dash Numbers Data Tab le 3
4002-P2-[ ] 4002-P3-[ ] 4002-P4-[ ] 4002-P4-[ ]A 4002-P4-[ ]B
– 187 0.48 0.49 0.79
– 250 0.51 0.52 0.81
– 312 0.53 0.55 0.84
– 375 0.56 0.58 0.87
– 400 0.57
– 437 0.60
– 500 0.62 0.63 0.92
– 625 0.67 0.69 0.98
– 750 0.72 0.74 1.03
– 812 0.77
– 875 0.78 0.79 1.09
-1000 0.83 0.85 1.14
-1062 0.88
-1125 0.89 0.90 1.20
-1250 0.94 0.96 1.25
-1375 1.00 1.01 1.30
-1500 1.05 1.07 1.36
-1562 1.09

* Data Table Numbers Correspond to those listed on Page A-53.

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