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Packaging unitThe packaging unit defines the number of articles in one packaging. In the catalog segment you can choose from different packaging units if a pop-up menu is displayed.
Just leave the field empty if you don't know the packaging unit when directly entering the article number in the shopping basket or when importing with Easy-/VarioScan. The packaging unit will be determined automatically.
Structure of our article numberThe article number is made up of the following: VVVVAAABBB
VVVV = 4 digits for prefix number (please note that the first digit is currently always 0)
AAA = 3 digits for dimension part 1
BBB = 3 digits for dimension part 2
Example article number structures:
Example 1: Screw with dimensions of 4x10 mm:
00574 10 (2 spaces between the 4 and the 10)
Example 2: Screw with dimensions of 10x20 mm:
005710 20 (1 space between the 10 and the 20)
Example 3: Flat washer with an internal diameter of 6 mm:
Information on price displayPrice per packaging unit (PU):
The displayed price is always in line with the displayed packaging, if the PU is 250 the price for 250 units, if the PU is 300 the price for 300 units.
Price with price key representation (PSL):
The price always applies to a quantity ruled through the price key:
Price for 1 unit
Price for 100 units
Price for 1000 units
QuantityThe quantity shows the number of pieces or units of measure contained in the order or delivery for the respective article.
Uniform CNC grinding with specially matched, cutting pressure-reducing cutting shape
Precise, clean cut with low tolerances
Stepped, optimised centre drill (GS-protected system)
- Eliminates the need for laborious centre punching, as the drill can be centred without drifting off course
- Reduced drilling force and over 50% reduction in drilling time coupled with lower power consumption (depending on the hand-held drill used)
Precise, optimally embedded seating of the carbide teeth via a unique, fully automatic soldering process
High cutting performance and long service life
Cut depth limiter
Prevents work accidents and protects the tool and machine from damage
- Protects shock-sensitive carbide teeth after pre-drilling when the drill bit enters the medium
- Ejects the drilled-out piece ("drill core") automatically once drilling is complete
Separate hardened shaft for ∅ 32 mm upwards
Compensation for the increasing torsion and torques associated with increasing ∅
- The cylinder saw must be seated securely in the drill chuck
- Avoid tilting of the cylinder saw
- Appropriate protective clothing such as safety glasses, gloves etc. must be worn during work
For use with upright and hand-held drills in tool steels, construction steels, non-ferrous metals, non-rusting metals (e.g. A2 and A4), asbestos, fibreglass and plastics, PVC, zinc, plaster boards, light building boards and thin-walled wood and laminated panels, e.g. furniture rear panels.
Max. cutting depth in steel = 4 mm, in stainless steel = 2 mm. Ensure that the saw is sufficiently cooled/well lubricated. Recommended speeds must be observed. Do not make oscillating movements with hand-guided drills, as this movement places uneven loads on the carbide teeth, which could cause them to break. For saws from 30 mm diameter, use an upright drill.
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