EJOT® EPPsys DR

Specification

  • Overview

    • Designed to attach EPP parts to thin-walled components with a secure snap-fit connection
    • Uses EJOT’s special thread for easy insertion into foam
    • Based on the proven design of the EPPsys D screw
    • Large clamping thickness range
    • Axial tolerance compensation within the clamping thickness range
    • Radial tolerance compensation
    • Weight savings due to used plastic material
    • Recyclable

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Direct assembly with snap-fit in EPP foams

EJOT offers a family of products designed for easy, quick and secure fastening of components to foamed parts, particularly EPP (expanded polypropylene) called EJOT® EPPsys. Within this group of products is the EJOT® EPPsys DR screw (Direktverschraubung = “direct assembly” / Rasthaken = “snap-fit”) which can be directly and easily fastened into the foam. This combines all advantages of the EPPsys D with the ability to subsequently attach a component. The additional snap-fit hooks it features facilitate easy and secure fastening of thin-walled components to the EPPsys component, such as sheets or plastic parts with a wall thickness between 0.8 and 2.2 mm.