By thomas
on 13 Jun 2024 9:26 AM
  • Clinserts

Clinserts are high strength threaded inserts made from stainless steel 1.4305. 

Clinserts are passivated according to EN 2516. The standard product range have metric thread dimensions. Imperial dimensions and specials can be quite expensive for small quantities.-

Clinserts are used in alloys, light materials, steel and cast iron to increase the strength of the thread in these materials. They can be used for thread repair, if the defected thread has to be replaced with the same nominal diameter.

Clinserts have less attrition. A multiple tightening and loosening of the bolt is possible.

Clinsert Locking inserts include a dry film lubrication on the surface to protect the screw from galling. In the middle of the locking Clinsert there is one thread that is a bit smaller that enables the locking function.

Clinserts have a positive lock against rotation and vibration due to the installed clins.

Clinserts have 2 or 4 pre-assembled clins according to the dimensions. After installation of the clins into the parent material the assembly is form-closed. No check with a thread gauge according to DIN standard is possible in the area of the kees.

keensert with 4 kees

As a result: Clinserts Inserts give high strength joints in low strength materials. Typical applications are transmission housings, electronic equipment and suspension units.

The stainless steel solid bushing configuration of the Clinsert Insert guarantees the quality of the internal thread before installation. No special tools are required for installation and standard taps and drills are used for hole preparation, download the catalogue to know what sizes to drill. The pre-assembled self-broaching Clins set the insert to depth and ensure positive resistance against rotation.

See here what kind of clinserts exists: (download the catalogue)