Jergens standard and special configurations pins

07 March 2008

Kwik-Lok Pins are manufactured in a wide range of standard and special sizes with lot number traceab

Kwik-Lok Pins are manufactured in a wide range of standard and special sizes with lot number traceability on every pin.

The new Kwik-Lok Pins (KLPs) offer advantages in a variety of construction applications for cranes, scaffolding equipment, mining equipment, drilling equipment, lifting equipment including hoists, slings, and cables, and in trailer beds. For applications requiring frequent connecting and disconnecting, lifting, changing, or securing objects without using tools, the company's pins offer strong performance compared to detent, clevis, and cotter pins. Engineered as a high-quality, better-engineered positive locking pin, the manufacturing ensures fast turnaround on special sizes and configurations.

Kwik-Lok Pins are manufactured in a range of standard and special sizes, including MS and NAS, with lot number traceability on every pin. Standard sizes of more than 6,000 items are available immediately from stock, and special handle, material, and ball configurations are never a problem. The pins are available in five handle styles: T, L, button, recessed button, and ring. Standard sizes range from 3/16 to 1 inch outside pin diameters in 1/2 to 6 inch grip lengths. Metric sizes include 5 to 25mm outside diameters in 10 to 100 mm grip lengths. All are made of stainless steel or carbon steel. Most KLPs are available in 17-4 PH stainless steel, providing greater corrosion resistance in damp or humid environments.

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