AirSTREAM component attachment

All components can also be attached in the LÜTZE AirSTREAM as usual to the DIN rail or with screws. No boreholes are required thanks to the integrated attachment equipment. All components can be freely positioned and attached as required. Your benefit: Thanks to the AirSTREAM you are very flexible in terms of design and subsequent retrofitting.

LÜTZE supplies the rails of the AirSTREAM in different heights. We always recommend selecting components that are the same height or smaller than the rails to which they are mounted. The combs should not be covered. Components can be generally sorted according to size to optimise the strip sizes; this saves time and material costs.

Secure attachment of DIN components

DIN components can be connected simply to the 35 mm HS rail via a clip mechanism. The respective components should be the same size or smaller than the profile so that the wiring comb is not covered.

Even asymmetrical components can be easily mounted to the HA profile. The only factor to be considered during planning and frame installation is whether the long limb should be installed at the top or bottom.



Screw attachment on a profile and via shunt modules

Components with attachment boreholes can be screwed to the profile with a suitably sized screw and sliding nut.

Alternatively, the LÜTZE HS profile can also be used. This solution stands out especially for components next to which other DIN components need to be mounted.

In the case of components with several attachment holes, we recommend using two shunt modules for installation. These are attached via a central screw onto the HS or MS strip. These shunt profiles form a vertical channel to hold two or more sliding nuts.

Assembly when there are several attachment boreholes

In the case of components that have several vertical attachment boreholes, the LÜTZE AirSTREAM shunt profile modules can also be attached over several profield. Normally, they are securely attached on the upper and lower profile.

The stability can be improved by also attaching the shunt module to the middle profiles.

In the case of lightweight multi-profile components, we recommend using smaller shunt modules. They are attached directly to the profiles and offer a shunt option across the entire height of the profile. In turn, this means that components can be positioned even more precisely.