Spring Pins

A hollow, headless pin with chamfered ends, formed or wrapped from steel sheet to a diameter slightly greater than the basic. It is distinguishable from the slotted pin variety in that it has multiple walls.

Upon installation, the pin diameters contract and press against the sides of the hole. This outward pressure holds the pin in place. The coiled pin is more flexible than the slotted variety making it preferable when used in softer materials. Coiled pins are easier to install than slotted pins and are superior in their ability to withstand vibration following installation.

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