Wheel nut loosening solutions
  • Indicator

    Indicator
    Indicator
    Indicator
    This is the most common indicator in the CV market, and to be fitted direct on Wheel nuts. Easy to be fitted and to be recognised, and even more if a deliberate setup is chosen, such as the pointers directing...
  • Long Pointer - open

    Long Pointer - open
    Long Pointer - open
    Long Pointer - open
    This is an indicator, specific suitable in situations where the access for the standard indicator is either not easy or not possible, such as in combination with a fitted rim. This indicator has two slotted...
  • Interlink

    Interlink
    Interlink
    The Interlink fitts over a pair of wheel nuts or bolts, such that if one or both are loosening, this bends the Z in an eccentric position, indicating that the nut or bolt is loosening. The material is...
  • Interclips

    Interclips
    Interclips
    Interclips
    This Interclip is made out of square metal high alloy spring steel retainer, fitted over a pair of wheel nuts or bolt. Without test loosening machine, we experienced that the clip doesn't keep the hexagon...
  • Click-In

    Click-In
    Click-In
    Click-In
    Patent pending, Info will follow. Please chcek the Dutch version for the moment.
  • Reflector-Indicator

    Reflector-Indicator
    Reflector-Indicator
    Reflector-Indicator
    The reflector Indicator is new and patent pending. The reflection addsup to the safety of the blid spot traffic. The reflector indicator is aiming for more safety in traffic, specific for the trafic in...
  • Interclips

    Interclips
    Interclips
    Interclips

    This Interclip is made out of square metal high alloy spring steel retainer, fitted over a pair of wheel nuts or bolt.

    Without test loosening machine, we experienced that the clip doesn't keep the hexagon at the initial torque of 850Nm, but allows the nut and bolt to loosening till about 120 - 160 Nm, such that still a reasonable torque is present and above hand-tight, preventing the wheel to start hobbling.

    Although it seems preferable that the nut is kept at the initial level, it isn't. As the load on the stud or bolt is increasing during the loosening circumstances, the stud and bolt becomes fatigue and/or wears. 

    Test and field experiences do confirm that stud and bolt were snapping and or the stud holes were worn and enlarged.