Pin Type Spring
End Type Plain
Head Type Plain
Shaft Type Coiled
End Shape Chamfered
System of Measurement Inch
Material 420 Stainless Steel
For Hole Diameter 0.093"-0.097"
Min. Hardness Rockwell C46
Breaking Strength 750 lbs.
Specifications Met ASME B18.8.2
RoHS RoHS 3 (2015/863/EU) Compliant
REACH REACH (EC 1907/2006) (01/16/2020, 205 SVHC) Compliant
Country of Origin United States
These spiral pins remain flexible after installation, so they absorb shock and vibration better than slotted spring pins. They work well in holes that are out of round. Use them for fastening, pivoting, and holding.
Squeeze pins closed and install them in a hole slightly smaller than the pin. Tension holds them tight against the hole wall. The chamfered ends aid insertion.
Breaking strength is measured as double shear, which is the force required to break a pin into three pieces.
420 stainless steel pins resist wear as well as corrosion. They are magnetic.
Passivated pins offer added protection against corrosion and oxidation.
Inch pins meet ASME B18.8.2 specifications for material and dimensions.