male thread


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male thread

1. A thread on the outside of a pipe.
2. Same as external thread.
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The crests of the standard male thread form are then drawn tightly against the wedge ramp, eliminating radial clearances and creating a continuous spiral line contact along the entire length of the thread engagement.
When clamp load is applied, the crests of the standard male thread form are drawn tightly against the wedge ramp, eliminating radial clearances and therefore, any transverse motion that causes loosening under vibration.
When joining NPT-threaded connections, it is imperative to apply lubricant or a sealant with a lubricating agent on the male threads to prevent damage.
Moreover, common stripping or shearing problems can occur when conventional 60-degree V-threads position the majority of the clamp load on the first engaged thread, permitting subsequent male threads to float within the female threads.
Each LVDT's core is enclosed in a 3/8 inch (9.5 mm) diameter extension rod from which it cannot break loose and has a 5/16-24 UNF or M8 X 1.25 male thread for easy attachment.
Traditionally Shock Pulse Transducers and Vibration Accelerometers for condition monitoring are affixed to the machines with a male thread, usually 8 mm.
This unidirectional internal thread form mates with standard 60-degree male thread fasteners.
Structural scraper/wiper system -- Scraper/wipers, assembled in each end of the ball nut, can also be designed to react structural loads and work as an Acme-type male thread if engaged with the screw thread.
The core of an LA-27-A is totally enclosed in an extension rod assembly from which it can never break loose, while offering a sturdy male thread for easy mechanical connection.
The LA-25-A's core is enclosed in a core extension rod assembly from which it can never break loose, while offering a sturdy male thread for easy mechanical connection.