Spring Pin

A spring pin is a mechanical fastener that secures the position of two or more parts of a machine relative to each other. Spring pins have a body diameter which is larger than the hole diameter, and a chamfer on either one or both ends to facilitate starting the pin into the hole. These stress distributing pins are used as dowels, spacers, and cotter pins along with a multitude of other applications.

Send Requirement :


Request a Quote  **Free

No registration, no credit cards required.


Top Brands and Manufacturers

Show All Hide

Manufacturer and Suppliers for Spring Pin


Detailed Description for Spring Pin

Spring pins expand and create tension against the walls of holes. When inserted through two or more objects, spring pins fix the relative positions of these objects. These stress distributing pins are used as dowels, spacers, and cotter pins along with a multitude of other applications. A spring pin (also called tension pin or roll pin) is a mechanical fastner that secures the position of two or more parts of a machine relative to each other. Spring pins have a body diameter which is larger than the hole diameter, and a chamfer on either one or both ends to facilitate starting the pin into the hole. 

 

FEATURES:

  • Common uses include dowels, spacers, stop pins and hinge pins in thousands of demanding, non-precision industrial applications
  • Wide range of standard sizes
  • Standard zinc or light oil finish – other finishes also available
  • Made by progressive roll forming flat strips of carbon steel or heat-treatable

       

 

 


Question And Answer

Get Prices

Answers to your queries


Buying Tip- See what like buyers had to say!



SUBMIT