SPIROL Introduces New Press-N-Lok™ Pin
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SPIROL is pleased to announce the expansion of their Solid Pin Product Line to include the new Press-N-Lok™ Pin. The Press-N-Lok™ Pin was designed to permanently retain two plastic components to each other.

Whats the Difference Between Cold Headed and Machined Solid Pins?

Carbon steel and alloy steel are the most cost effective and versatile materials available for use in Coiled Pins. Both materials provide similar mechanical properties and should be viewed as equivalent for Engineers from a performance standpoint. This white paper illustrates why and where these materials are used.

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SPIROL offers complimentary Application Engineering support. We will assist on new designs as well as help resolve issues, and recommend cost savings on existing designs.