D1300 and D1400 Circlips
A circlip is a type of retaining ring or fastener that takes the form of a flexible, open-ended ring, made from metal. They may also be known as retaining rings, snap rings, c-clips, or Jesus clips.
Most applications which need a part to pivot, spin, or turn, where a bearing is used, will need a circlip or lock ring fastening. Circlips are commonly used in motors, turbines and pistons.
Circlips fit into a groove on the inside of a bore or the outside of a shaft. They work as a load-bearing shoulder which positions and holds mechanical parts. They provide continuous radial force and are secure against high rotational speeds because they are retained within the groove.
The dimensional charts for D1300 Metric Internal Circlips and D1400 Metric External Circlips to DIN 471 and DIN 472.
Dimensions shown are in mm, if you wish to convert to Inches, please use our universal converter.
D1300 METRIC INTERNAL CIRCLIP DIMENSIONS - DIN 472
D1400 METRIC EXTERNAL CIRCLIP DIMENSIONS - DIN 471