Pivot Point, Inc. 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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A double loop adds flexibility for a wider fit range. Stresses are evenly spread throughout the loop, giving longer life and more repeatability. High quality part made of hard drawn...
Ball Lock Pins are a very secure quick-release pin. They have a push button that initiates ball action and retraction, and can only be released by pushing the button. Ball...
Bent Pins from Pivot Point feature a handle and pin bent in a one-piece configuration. Bent pins are a low cost pin available with a hole or groove for applications...
Hair Pin Cotters are a spring-type cotter made to be reusable. Hair Pin Cotters are generally meant to be used in through-holes while Hair Pin Clips are generally meant to...
Invented by Pivot Point, the popular Bow-Tie Locking Cotter™ works like a Hair Pin Cotter, but locks itself on! Push or pull the cotter leg into the mating hole, the...
Pivot Point manufactures Clevis Pins in-house. Clevis Pins may also be called Hitch Pins, Cold Headed Pins, Headed Pins or Cold Formed Pins. Wide stock selection and highly customizable -...
Pivot Point manufactures Clevis Pins with grooves in-house. Clevis Pins may also be called Hitch Pins, Cold Headed Pins, Headed Pins or Cold Formed Pins. Only the finest cold heading...
Quick-Release Ball Detent Pins from Pivot Point feature a ball detent that depresses and springs back up to retain the pin. Commonly used as a convenient way to adjust or...
These basic rings are a low cost alternative to Split Key Rings and are often used as ring-grips in various applications, including pins such as Detent Ring Pins. Available in...
This cotter is wound or turned on from the middle out. Start by threading the open wire end inside the circle into the hole on shaft or pin. Keep turning...
U.S. Patent No. 6,872,039 & 7,147,420. Foreign Patents Issued The SLIC Pin is truly one slick pin! SLIC is an acronym for Self Locking Implanted Cotter Pin, and as the...

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