Industrial pins are fasteners that are used to locate align or join components mainly in automobile and industrial machinery sectors.
- Available as:
Split cotter pins – DIN 94
Solid dowel pins – DIN 7
Taper pins – DIN 1
Spring dowels pins – DIN 1481
Coiled Spring Pins or Spiral Dowels – ISO 8750
Headed Grooved Pins – DIN 1476
Threaded taper pins – DIN 7978
These are manufactured using quality raw material and to the specified standards.
Our range is available in various diameters, thicknesses and lengths as per our client’s requirements.
- Made from Steel, Spring Steel and Stainless Steel
CIRCLIPS or RETAINING RINGS
These are semi flexible rings that are used to prevent lateral movement. They need to be plastically deformed to install and remove. Available in the following types.
External Circlips – DIN 471
Internal Circlips – DIN 472
Type E Circlips – DIN 6799
Starlock Push Fastener
Available in Spring Steel and Stainless Steel
Bolt and Nut assemblies tend to become loose due to vibration and torque. Lock washers are designed to prevent bolts and nuts from turning, slipping and coming loose. There are various types and models with each type suitable for a particular application. The types available with us include the following.
Split Lock Washers – DIN 7980 DIN 127B
Disc Spring Washers – DIN 2093
Star Washers – DIN 6797A External and DIN 6797J Internal
Serrated Safety Washers Type S – Schnorr Type
Afnor Contact Washers – NF E-25 511
Conical Spring Washers – DIN 6796
Wedge Lock Washers – HEICO-LOCK
Lock threaded assemblies while protecting against vibration, corrosion and galling.
A threadlocker is an anaerobic adhesive used on threaded metals that cures at room temperature in the absence of air. The adhesive completely fills the gaps between mating threads to lock and seal the threaded assembly.
Benefits of Using Threadlockers
- Locks mating threads to prevent loosening from vibration & shock
- Seals against fluids & corrosion
- Provides lubricity to achieve controlled torque during assembly
- Works on active metals (e.g., brass, copper) as well as passive metals (e.g., stainless steel, plated surfaces)
- Resists extreme temperatures
- Applies easily and cures rapidly