• Do you have the XHDS-* tools available?

    We have our fully interchangeable tools available CLXT.

    They have the same functionality as the XHDS with the large difference that it has a much shorter lead time!

    Here is the cross reference table:

    Obsolete part number New tool ... read more
  • Do you have the part 73082 available?

    We have our alternative part available:

    CLXH813

    It has the same dimensions as the 73082 part:

    External diameter: 3/4-16"

    Internal diameter: 1/2-13"

    Length: 0.62"

    Material: 303 stainles steel

     

    The part 73082 is an extra...

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  • Do you have the pneumatic tool 3352PT1 or 3352PT2 available?

    Yes we have the tools 3352PT1 and 3352PT2 available.

    Our part numbers are respectively CLPTC-1 and CLPTC-2

    The pneumatic tools are used to easily install the clinserts.

    3352PT1 or CLPTC-1 is used to install inserts from M5 to M12 or imperial...

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  • What is the old part number of the solid metric clinserts?

    The old solid metric clinsert part number starts with 010-160-****

    You can find the cross reference list below with the new solid metric clinserts:

    Old Part number Part number 010-160-0812 CLSM8X1.25 010-160-1012... read more
  • Overview page dimensions Metric Solid Clinserts

    Here you can find the dimensions and tool part numbers required for the solid metric inserts:

    Part number OutsideThread Amount of clins Shear Engagement mm² Length Drill size Min depth Countersink diameter... read more
  • Are there solid metric Clinserts available? Yes, there are solid metric Clinserts available. They range from M8 to M33 (only outer thread). These are used to correct misplaced holes in the parent material. After installing, because they are solid, you can reposition the hole to the correct position. You can find a list below with the...

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  • Clinsert Professional Kits are toolkits which also have a certain amount of Clinserts included.

    The benefit is that you also have all the required tools and the clinserts to initiate the installation.

    You have the tap drill:

    The through tap:

    The installation tool:

    The...

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  • Can you supply the full tool kit for imperial size Clinserts?

    Yes, we have the toolkits per Clinsert.

    A basic imperial size installation toolkit consists out of 3 tools:

    1) TTD... : the Tap Dril, which is used to prepare the appropriate hole dimension for the thread dimension corresponding with your clinsert....

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  • The material A286 is an austenitic iron-nickel-chromium alloy. It has a large temperature range from – 196°C up to 700°C and offers excellent strength and superiority to low-alloy steels or common stainless steels.

    Up to this temperature, A286 displays exceptional corrosion properties. Typical applications A286 is suitable for...

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  • When you're having problems with your Helicoil inserts, then probably that insert isn't the best fit for your application.

    Because a Helicoil does usually not unthread itself. But if a helicoil does unthread itself, it's causing your connection to come loose.

    Please consider using an alternative like Clinserts of rapid...

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  • What tool do I need for which Floating insert?

    We have tools available for each size of floating insert.

    Please find below the cross reference list.

     

    Floating insert Floating (locking) insert Tool part number KNK0256J KNKL0256J CLTF02 KNK0440J... read more
  • Yes, We have parts available from them, however under Clinsert brand name.

    Broaching tool: B332-2 New part BT332-2

    Used with MS51830CA202 insert new part   CL428JA286 

    Installation Tool KT9000-4  New part  CLT428 (used with MS51830CA202 insert CL428JA286 )...

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  • Yes, We have parts available from them, however under Clinsert brand name.

    Broaching tool: B332-2 New part BT332-2

    Used with MS51830CA202 insert new part   CL428JA286 

    The installation tool for this insert is: CLT428 and will replace part KT9000-4

     

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  • Why aren't the clins driving in fully in the parent material with the Electric tool?

    In order to solve this issue, we have the following questions:

    1) Is the force adjustment not too low?

       If the kees aren't pushed in fully, the force might be too low, please check how many N is displayed on the...

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  • Can you supply the -MF inserts?

    We have our Clinsert alternative part number to the -MF inserts.

    They have the exact same dimensions and technical properties.

    Here you can find the cross reference list:

    Part number Clinsert part number KNM5x0.5-MF CLM5x0,5 KNM5x0.... read more
  • The electric tool doesn't screw in the Clinsert completely

    This can be the cause for 1 of 2 reasons most of the time:

    Either the hole preparation hasn't been done correctly.

    Or the nose piece of the tool has been installed incorrect:

    The movement of the mandrel will be too low.

    Which causes the...

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  • The pneumatic installation tool CLPTC is created to install many inserts fast.  An important point is that customers forget to read the manual and will only refer to it when the tool starts to show issues.

    One of the most common errors is that customers use their standard lubricated oil air supply. This should be avoided...

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  • It’s difficult to say if the Clinserts are already installed;

    If it’s according to Military spec, and the insert is locking, then a coating is done, could be a cadmium coating, or another dry film lubricant.

     

    If a standard insert is used, then usually there is no coating

     

    if it’s a...

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  • Changing over from the hand tool to a pneumatic tool has a lot of time-saving and comfortable benefits to you and your operators:

     Instead of 45 seconds per inserts with a hand tool, you'll go to 5 seconds per insert with the pneumatic tool  Much more effective installing of all inserts  Same flush installation... read more
  • The principle of installation is the same for military and industrial inserts.

    However, they are slightly different in 2 ways:

    - The industrial clinsert is threaded all the way, while the military  clinserts don't have that first thread, so the thread starts at the second thread

    - The keys ...

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  • For very hard materials with a hardness greater than 30 HRC or 300 Vickers it is necessary to pre-broach the slots for the kees.The first step is to mark the position of the kees on the parent material. To do this wind the clinsert in until the kees touch the surface of the parent material. Mark the positions of the kees...

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  • To find the correct part number of the broaching tool, you need to know two things. First is the number of kees, and secondly is the tap drill diameter. This way, the broaching tool part number becomes: B"tap drill diameter" - "n° of Clins"

    For example, the broaching tool for the imperial keensert CL1032J, the number of...

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  • Do you have the aerospace KTNS9000 tools available?

    We have our alternative clinsert tools available.

    They are used to install stud nuts.

    Here you can find which Clinsert tool correlates to which KTNS9000 tool:

    Old part number Clinsert part number KTNS9000-010 CLTNS010... read more
  • What MSC part number correlates to which Clinsert part number?

    You can find the list of MSC part numbers below with the correct Clinsert part next to it.

    MSC Partnumber Clinsert Partnumber 10321727 CLPTM5x0.8 10321669 CLPTM6x1.0 10321685 CLPTM8x1.25... read more
  • Do I have the correct THXD part number?

    The THXD part numbers didn't exist, it used to be THXHD, though now it is CLXT.

    Please find below the list of the wrong part numbers to the correct clinserts part numbers:

    Wrong part number Clinsert part number THXD1032L CLXT1032... read more
  • Question

    I am validating a repair using a Clinsert CLHM20x2.5 thread insert. The original application is an M20x2.5 bolt into a steel casting of minimum yield strength 300MPa. The thread engagement is 21mm, torque 339Nm and there have been no problems with this arrangement over many years.

    Because the insert is...

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  • Question

    I am validating a repair using a Clinsert CLHM20x2.5 thread insert. The original application is an M20x2.5 bolt into a steel casting of minimum yield strength 300MPa. The thread engagement is 21mm, torque 339Nm and there have been no problems with this arrangement over many years.

    Because the insert is...

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  • Do you have TK tools available?

    Yes we have our alternative to the TK tools available: CLTF tools

    They're fully interchangeable and are used to install floating clinserts.

    You can find the part numbers here:

    Old part number Clinsert part number TK02 CLTF02 TK04... read more
  • Do you have tools available to install stud inserts?

    Yes we have these tools available.

    The original tools that start with TNS (TNS4, TNS010,...) have an extremely long lead time and very high pricing.

    Anemo has alternative tools available with a much shorter lead time and better pricing, and with the same...

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  • If you are looking for Kinserts, then you need Clinserts. The Kinsert brand does not exist.It can be pronounced the same way, the "K" of Kinserts is replaced by "CL" to obtain Clinserts.You can find the entire Clinserts (Kinserts) range in the catalog.For all questions and requests about the Clinserts (Kinserts), please contact our...

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