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Lock pins are necessary to keep everything locked and in place. It is easy to operate and can be operated single-handedly. Choose from our wide range of lock pins to ensure you get what you need.

The locking systems are used for fixing the accessories on the work surfaces or fixing the accessories together. We offer a variety of locking pins including quick locking pin wrench locking pin and flat head locking pin. Our locking pins possess exceptional qualities and have long service life.

1.     PC-Bolt
•     Connecting element for all system parts on table, adapter plates etc. or for special fixtures
•     with clamping range
•     very fast connection with simultaneous large clamping range


2.  PC Countersunk Bolt
•     Tapered bolt head (eliminates interference)
•     only for use in bores (not slots)


3. Connection Bolt with Screw

Connection Bolt Short with Screw
·        Use as long term connection
·        both ends with tapered locking heads, self centering
·        suitable for system bores
·        optimally suited for joining welding tables with U-spacers etc

4. Connecting Bolt with Stud  
·        Use as long term connection
·        for joining two system components
·        suitable for System bore / Oblong hole

5. FPC Bolt with Handle
•     high locking and shearing force
•     can be operated without the need for additional tools
•     for fast clamping of workpieces
•     Connecting element for all system parts on table, adapter plates etc. or for special fixtures
•     Defined position when adjusting and optimum implementation guaranteed constantly maximum clamping force

6.  Magnetic Bolt


7. Stop and Positioning Bolt
·         for positioning system components
·        Positioning Bolts are intended for adjusting squares, which can only be fixed in place with one clamping bolt, in order to replace at low cost a second one. 
·        as positioning fixation e.g. for brackets and/or stops, for economical replacement of a second clamping bolt
·        various squares can be formed by marking them out, e.g. 90° or 45°

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