Function : Potted in Inserts are the standard for fastening in composite or honeycomb panels
Maker : Unspecified
These NAS1832 thru NAS1836, Potted in Inserts are the standard for fastening in composite or honeycomb panels. The panel is first prepared by drilling or routing a hole or holes in the panel as necessary, depending on whether or not the insert is a through hole insert or a closed end insert.
After preparing the hole and securing the insert in place with the NAS1837 adhesive tab (comes with inserts), then the adhesive or epoxy as recommended by the panel or aircraft manufacturer is forced in through one of the potting holes until it is forced out of the other hole or slot which acts as a vent hole.
After the proper curing time and procedures are followed, remove the tab, clean up as
required and then fasten items to the newly installed insert as appropriate.
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Others datasheet of same file : NAS1832,NAS1832-3-4M,NAS1833,NAS1834,NAS1835