Reell launches TI-300 torque insert with the easy-opening performance of ‘One-way’ torque technology

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Reell Precision Manufacturing, a leader in small package position control, has introduced its latest positioning innovation, the TI-360 Torque Insert with ‘One-way’ torque that eliminates nearly all the torque required to move the hinge in one direction, without compromising the holding force in the other. This makes the TI-360 ideal for vertical adjustment applications, where it holds solidly against gravity in the downward direction, while remaining easy to adjust in the upward direction. It is available with torques from 6.0 to 10.0Nm, configured for high torque in either the forward or reverse direction.

Applications include enclosure doors, covers, monitors, hatches, and many other components requiring ideal position control and adjustability in the industrial, medical, office, and consumer electronics equipment marketplace, including automotive interiors.

The TI-360 provides high torque in a compact package and is designed to be press fit into a variety of materials. Because of its unique in-line mounting, the TI-360 is concealed from the user when installed. This can reduce the overall package size and improve the aesthetics of the application.

The TI-360 utilizes ReellTorq clip technology to deliver precise and consistent torque with a fully qualified life of 25,000 cycles, while providing a smooth operating feel.

Global product line manager John Schannach said, “The TI-360 One-way is a great addition to our portfolio. It has the highest torque of any insert to feature Reell’s premium ‘One-way’ torque performance. It nicely expands our existing product line and enables us to deliver Reell’s perfect fit solutions to a wider range of customer applications.”

Reell Precision Manufacturing will showcase its products at Automotive Interiors Expo 2020 in Novi, Michigan on October 22, 23 and 24, 2019. Click here to register.

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Dan joined UKi Media & Events in 2014 having spent the early years of his career in the recruitment industry. As deputy editor, he now produces content for Meteorological Technology International, Automotive Interiors World and Autonomous Vehicle International and supports the editor with the publication of each exciting new issue.

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