Assembling a steel cutting ring

For complete cutting ring assembly in an assembly stud, always use assembly studs that have a corresponding depth dimension T!

T mm ±0,05 T mm ±0,05
VOM NW04 HL 7,00 VOM NW03 HS 7,00
VOM NW06 HL 7,00 VOM NW04 HS 7,00
VOM NW08 HL 7,00 VOM NW06 HS 7,50
VOM NW10 HL 7,00 VOM NW08 HS 7,50
VOM NW13 HL 7,00 VOM NW10 HS 8,00
VOM NW16 HL 7,50 VOM NW13 HS 8,50
VOM NW20 HL 7,50 VOM NW16 HS 10,50
VOM NW25 HL 7,50 VOM NW20 HS 12,00
VOM NW32 HL 10,50 VOM NW25 HS 13,50
VOM NW40 HL 11,00 VOM NW32 HS 16,00

LL series depth dimensions match the dimensions of the L series  

  • Pipes must be cut to size at right angles ±0.5° before all pipe fitting operations. Pipe cutters or angle grinders may not be used for this.
  • Lightly deburr the insides and outsides of pipes.
  • After deburring, clean the pipes.
  • Use support bushes for thin-walled pipes.
  • Markings (position of the nut) make it easier to determine the number of turns for path-dependent assembly.
  • If necessary, use appropriate spanner extensions.