On this page you may find the Clinserts installation Instructions.
All Clinserts are created in the same manor, which means that the Clinserts installation instructions apply to all Clinserts products.
If you have issues installing your Clinserts product, according to these Clinsertrs installation instructions, you might not have the genuine Clinserts product.

Kindly note that these are merely the Clinserts installation instructions.
For more details on which tools you require for the installation of your Clinserts, please visit the product page of that Clinserts




Clinserts Installation Instructions – STEP 1

Drill the hole or drill out the old thread with a standard drill apply a chamfer if required. A champfer tool can be provided.  The required dimensions can be found on the product page of the specific Clinserts you wish to install.  you can buy the tool drills



Clinserts Installation Instructions – STEP 2
Tap the new thread with a standard tap.
The required dimensions can be found on the product page of the specific Clinserts you wish to install.  select a through hole tap, or bottoming tap, we can help you with the tool for this.



Clinserts Installation Instructions – STEP 3
Install the Clinserts by screwing it into the new thread. You can do this by hand, but by using the installation tool, you will be sure that the Clinserts are inserted sufficiently.  We recommend to turn in the Clinserts first till flush with the surface, then do another quarter turn.



Clinserts Installation Instructions - STEP 4

Drive in the Clins of the Clinserts with the installation tool.
For inserts, the back side of the installation tool is used to drive them in. For exceptional stud inserts, the bottom rim is used to drive them in.  Tool designs do vary, so it might be that the same side of the tool is also used to slam them in.  note: we advise to slam first once in, double check if the Clins are still straight every time you hammer them in.   get here your installation tool. If you need to install 5000 pieces, we offer also pneumatic or electric installation tools.  If you install in very hard materials, please use broaching tools.