Fabory North America Datasheets for Industrial Pins

Industrial pins are varieties of fastening hardware meant to couple, align, mount, assemble, or penetrate two workpieces. The operation of the pin depends on design and employment, but industrial pins can be categorized into several categories, such as: hitch and linch pins; cotter pins and wire clips; spring pins; locating and fixturing pins; and specialty pins.
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Product Name Notes
Clevis pins with a small head and a split pin hole.
Dowel screws ST. ST.
Dowel screws.
Grooved pins that are full length and a taper grooved DIN 1471.
Grooved pins that are full length and parallel grooved DIN 1470.
Grooved pins that are full length and parallel grooved DIN 1473.
Grooved pins that are full length and parallel grooved DIN 1474.
Grooved pins that have a half length taper grooved DIN 1472.
Grooved pins with the third length center grooved DIN 1475.
Linch pins.
Parallel pins (dowel pins) DIN 7.
Parallel pins (dowel pins) hardened ≈ DIN 6325.
Parallel pins (dowel pins) hardened DIN 6325.
Parallel pins with internal thread hardened DIN 7979D.
Pipe pins.
Roundhead grooved pins DIN 1476.
Spiral pins medium duty ≈ DIN 7343.
Spiral pins type straight DIN 7343.
Spiral type straight pins DIN 7344.
Split pins (cotter pins) DIN 94
Spring cotters of a bolt double.
Spring cotters of a single bolt.
Spring-type straight lotted light pins DIN 7346.
Spring-type straight slotted heavy pins ≈ DIN 1481.
Spring-type straight slotted heavy pins DIN 1481.
Taper pins with internal threads ground DIN 7978.
Taper pins with thread and constant threaded part DIN 7977.
Taper turned pins DIN 1.