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Fastening pins come in many different materials, including carbon steel and steel. However, stainless steel fastening pins are required when applied in sterile or food-safe environments. Reid Supply carries convenient fastening pin sets to provide easy access to a variety of materials, types, thicknesses, lengths, and diameters.
The most common stainless steel pins are those used to fasten down bolts or screws in an axial fixture. Stainless steel cotter pins are the industry standard when regular steel can’t be used. They are passed through a hole at the end of a bolt or screw to prevent movement in a perpendicular direction, such as preventing a nut from vibrating and falling off the end of a thread.
Stainless steel clevis pins often used in conjunction with other locking pins are also often the industrial standard. These slide into holes to lock pieces together. They are prevented from sliding out of place with the use of other fastening pins, such as a lynch pin, at the hole in the tip of the pin.
Clevis pins consist of a head, shank and cross drilled hole, and can be secured in place with a cotter pin, R clip or similar retaining fasteners.
Similar to bolts and rivets, clevis pins are used as quick, secure, and cost-effective fasteners; however, they can hold much more load tension of pulling forces when connecting two structural units.
Our assortment of clevis pins is sure to have the right size and type for your application. We carry both metric and standard sizes, as well as a variety of types such as quick release, hollow, and solid.
Materials also play an important role in your choice of clevis pin. Stainless steel pins are corrosion resistant and durable, while titanium pins are lightweight and strong. If you're looking for an economical option, our zinc-plated pins are a great choice. Whichever material you choose, you can be sure that our clevis pins are of the highest quality.
Cotter Pins - Automatic Locking Ring surround the shaft for safety. Best used in light and medium applications, these cotter pins install fast without tools.Locking pins used on shafts or screws to lock nuts in place. Meets or exceeds ASME/ANSI B18.8.1 standards.
There is a wide variety of fastening pins that range in function, size and diameter. Reid has thousands of pins available to you, from clevis pins, mechanical, quick release, fastener and tapered pins to double acting pins and hydraulic cylinder pins. Reid also offers fastening pin sets that contain an assortment of sizes for your convenience.
Magnetic Quick Release Pins are used in applications where a positive stop is desired. The locking pins with magnetic axial lock are used for fast and easy fixating and joining of parts and workpieces. Magnets integrated into the grip ensure axial positioning and hold the locking pin in the inserted position. Smooth surfaces and a perpendicular insertion bore have a positive effect on the retaining forces.
Quick Release Pins are used in applications where a positive stop is desired. The shoulder prevents the pin from being inserted all the way to the handle. Pins will not release until the button is pushed, causing the balls at the end of the pin to retract for insertion and removal of the pin.