Also known as a bridge pin or hairpin cotter pin
Sometimes referred to as a cornpicker, this pin is used as a temporary quick-disconnect or
permanent fastener in place of bolts and rivets. Requires a hitch pin (bridge pin) or cotter pin.
Simply designed pins that are hammered or driven into a tapered hole. They have a 1/4"
taper per foot. May also be available as a threaded taper pin.
|Available in over 100 sizes from .026 to .093 diameter and from 11/32 to 4-1/16" in length
|Available in over 300 sizes from 3/16 to 2" diameter and from 1/2" to 9" in length
|Available in over 300 sizes from 1/16" (#7/0) to 1-33/64" (#14) diameter and from 1/4" to 12" in length
These pins have a radius on one end and a chamfer on the other. They are available in alloy
steel, but other materials such as stainless, brass, and aluminum may be available.
|ROLL (SPRING) PINS
Roll Pins are also known as spring pins or slotted pins. Roll Pins are hollow, cylindrical tube-style press fit
fasteners. They are standard single-turned pins with a longitudinal slot and chamfered ends to facilitate
installation. Coiled roll pins are sometimes referred to as spiral pins.
|Available in over 200 sizes from 1/16 to 1" diameter and from 1/8" to 6" in length
|Available in over 200 sizes from 1/16 to 3/4" diameter and from 3/16 to 5" in length
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