• Can you supply the Boeing part number TR13724-0632 ?

    Clinserts can provide the alternative tool to Boeing part number TR13724-0632:

    CLTF06

    It has the same form, fit and function as the TR13724-0632 part number.

    CLTF06 is used to install the floating Clinserts:

    CLF0632J

    CLFL0632J

  • Can use M3 x 0.5 mm Thread Clinsert in a 6mm material thickness?

    Question:

    would you please let me know if I can use M3 x 0.5 mm Thread, 4.25 mm Installed Length, Clinsert in 6 mm material thickness(copper) if hole has to be blind. Another words, what is the minimum hole depth required for appropriate keensert...

  • Do you have the part NAS1394CA08 available?

    Clinserts has an alternative available for the NAS1394CA08:

    CL0832JA286

    The part NAS1394CA08 is a lightweight insert made according to military spec.

    CL0832JA286 is a one on one interchangeable part that is made according the same military spec.

    This...

  • Do you have the part NAS1394-08 available?

    Clinserts has an alternative available for the NAS1394-08:

    CL0832J4140

    The part NAS1394-08 is a lightweight insert made according to military spec.

    CL0832J4140 is a one on one interchangeable part that is made according the same military spec.

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  • Do you have the part NAS1394C08 available?

    Clinserts has an alternative available for the NAS1394C08:

    CL0832J

    The part NAS1394C08 is a lightweight insert made according to military spec.

    CL0832J is a one on one interchangeable part that is made according the same military spec.

    This part uses...

  • Are there any Heavy duty Miniature inserts?

    Clinserts can offer the following heavy duty miniature inserts :

    NAS-PN Old PN CLINSERT Material ID OD Length Tap drill diameter Min Tap depth Broaching tool PN Installation tool PN NAS1395C04 KNH0440J CLH0440J 303...
  • Can you provide the insert 218-089506?

    Clinserts can provide an alternative to part number 218-089506

    Part 218-089506 is a floating insert with 1/2-13 internal thread and 1-12 external thread made of 4140 Alloy steel with cadmium plating.

    We can provide our floating insert CLF813J, which is our Clinsert part...

  • Determine how many clins are on an insert?

    Question:

    We may be needing sets of broaches that will broach 2 slots and then another of the same size that will broach 4 slots. Do you carry both or does the size of thread determine how many clins are on an insert? As an example, I am looking at the broaching tool BT332-2...

  • Are there longer broaching and installation tools?

    Question customer:

    I am looking for a broach and installation tool. we have a quote on the BT332-2. I know that the dimensions on this tool won't get us what we need. Our hardware design has (8) 3/8-16 Clinserts on a Ø4.677 bolt circle. we have a wall at Ø4.09 with a...

  • Does Clinserts have manual tools with a spring?

    Yes, we have a tool available with a spring.

    It's a manual tool and it makes the installation easier.

    Here's how the tool looks like:

     

    Here's the part number list:

    CLT1032SE CLT1024SE CLT428SE...
  • What tool do I need to use to install CL420J?

    CL420J is installed with the tool: https://clinserts.com/CLT420

    A special tool requires extra development and a min. batch production of 25 pieces.  (it only exists in metric)

    We can offer you the standard tool and also the tool with an extra spring feature....

  • the EZ-tool that we offer to remove inserts, is a box with different sizes.

    typical delivery time is 1 week

    typical cost is between 400-800 eur

     

     

    this extractor kit is typically used for screws, then the hole needs to be prepared first with a specific drill size.

    however since you...

  • What is the THXHD alternative part number of Clinserts?

    What is the THXHD alternative part number of Clinserts?

    The THXHD part number is an old reference for Clinserts, and is referred to now to CLXT.

    Here's the cross reference table:

    Old PN Clinsert PN THXHD1032L CLXT1032...
  • What is the THD alternative part number of Clinserts?

    What is the THD alternative part number of Clinserts?

    The THD part number is an old reference for Clinserts, and is referred to now to CLHT.

    Here's the cross reference table:

    Old PN Clinsert PN THD1032L CLHT1032 THD1024L...
  • What is the TD alternative part number of Clinserts?

    The TD part number is an old reference for Clinserts, and is referred to now to CLT.

    Here's the cross reference table:

    Old PN Clinsert PN TD1032L CLT1032 TD1024L CLT1024 TD428L CLT428 TD420L CLT420...
  • The quoted taps TBI0332 & TBI0578 are not suitable for material 17-4 PH steel. We will send you a new quotation.

    For Hard materials with hardness greater than 30 HRC or 300 Vickers or 286 HB it is necessary to pre-broach the slot for the Clins and the broaching tool is recommended. Thus the broaching tools BT332-2 &...

  • The number of locking kees or Clins on an insert depends on the size of the insert.  The Clinserts either have 2 or 4 pre-assembled kees dependent on the size of the external thread. 

    Clinserts with internal thread size of M6 and under for metric and  1/4" and under for imperial, have 2 locking Kees/Clins....

  • Are the floating inserts available in material 4140 alloy steel?

    Clinserts has the floating inserts avaialble in 4140 Alloy steel.

    The part number is the CLF part number ending on the 4140 steel.

     

    Here's the cross reference list of the old part numbers to our Clinsert part number:

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  • Questions:

    I have some additional questions regarding the installation of bolts.

    It is suggested or necessary additional lubrication of the Bolts installed on the Inserts? Or maybe only when removing a bolt and installing again on the insert?If this is the case what would be the type of lube to be used. Is there a...
  • I'm a user of ClinSerts® CLHM. The pull-out strength can be calculated from the formula in the catalogue.

    Pull-out-strength for ClinSerts®, Calculation is as follows: Pull-out-strength(N) = shear engagement (mm2) x ultimate shear strength of parent material (N/mm2)

    Shear engagement areas are shown on the ClinSerts®...

  • Yes, we can help you with our Clinserts to supply alternative of RC83 inserts.

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    Series  RC83KEL     Insert Material Carbon steel     Keys Material Stainless steel 302     Old PN  Clinsert PN Old Installation tools...
  • Clinserts are interchangeable with MS part numbers

    possesses such functional and physical characteristics as to be equivalent in performance, reliability, and maintainability, to another item of similar or identical purposes; and (2) is capable of being exchanged for the other item (a) without selection for fit or performance...
  • Yes, The HYDRO-PNEUMATIC tool 3700-MIP1 / 3352PT1 for installing inserts from M5 to M12 and from 10-32 (10-24) to ½-20 (½-13) is usually in stock.

    Please contact us for price & availability of 3700-MIP1 / 3352PT1 at  [email protected] 

     

    This is an old part number,...

  • What broaching tool do I need for insert NAS1395CA4LSNK ?

    The part NAS1395CA4LSNK is the same as our part number CLH428JA286

    Which means you'll need the broaching tool BT397-2

    Other tools that can be required for the insert NAS1395CA4LSNK are:

    Installation tool: CLHT428

    Drill tool:  ...

  • How can I figure out the part number of the broaching tool?

    So basically in order to know your broaching tool part numbers, you need 2 things:

    The tap drill diameter The amount of clins

     

    When you know that you add them together such as the following:

    Part number broaching tool = “BT” + tap...

  • Does Clinsert have ST blind inserts?

    Yes we do, Clinsert has the passivated stainless steel blind clinserts available.

    They're made out of the same material as the ST blind inserts.

    Here's the cross reference list:

    Old P/N New P/N ST53001 CLBM4x0.7 ST53002 CLBM5x0.8...
  • What ST part number does Clinsert have?

    Clinsert can supply all the ST partnumbers.

    Note however that the ST.10006 and ST.10007 have different external diameter (marked in the below table).

    The ST inserts are made of carbon steel.

    Clinsert alternative are made of stainless steel.

     

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  • Pneumatic or electrical tooling will guarantee a much better perfect installation rate.

    with manual installation tools you have the risk that the kees get bent, as you can see on below picture.  This is the result of the contest shown in this video.  Also the speed of installation is way better with a pneumatic tool...

  • How many life cycles does the locking Clinsert have?

    This is depending on the screw and how much locking torque is required for your application.

    However, as a rule of thumb, Locking Clinserts should have 15 cycles for the more critical applications.

    Standard applications probably much more.

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  • What are the Clinsert Floating part numbers?

    Clinserts can provide floating Clinserts when you have difficulties with misalignment.

    Floating Clinserts can compensate for radial misalignment from 0.381mm up to 1.016 mm.

    These are often used where the 2 panels are off-center.

    Here's the cross reference...