Sticks

General types

 

Cone dowel pins DIN 1 B ; ISO 2339 B
  • The cone dowel pins have been designed for friction-type binding elements, and/or for binding elements fastening together two or more separate spare parts. The cone shape makes it possible to use repeatedly separable connectors, and when the spare parts need to be connected again, their position stays just as accurate as before and so does the friction point.
  • The nominal length (L) does not include the size of the rounded ends (js 15 endurance)

 

Parallel dowel pin DIN 7 ; ISO 2338
  • The parallel dowels pins have been designed for friction-type binding elements, and/or for binding elements fastening together two or more separate spare parts. The friction-type connection can be reached by selecting the appropriate adjustment. If such connection needs to be broken again, the use of DIN 1 cone dowel pins is more beneficial.
  • d x L: The nominal length (L) does not include the size of the rounded ends

 

Hemisphere head grooved dowel-pin DIN 1476 ; ISO 8746

 

 
Split dowel-pin for full load ISO 8752 DIN1481

 

 
Cotter pins  DIN 94 ; ISO 1234

 

 
Shackle pin, with head and cotter pin drilling DIN 1434