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Barbed Pins Keep Automotive Door Handle Assemblies Together

01 March 2005

Spirol has introduced a range of solid-head, barbed pins that provide a
cost-effective means of fastening automotive door handle assemblies. The
HP400 series pins achieve low in-place costs and easy alignment of holes
within the assembly. Once aligned, the pins are inserted with a low
insertion force, which minimises the risk of breakage during assembly. In
their installed position, the pins provide a positive secure seating to
ensure a consistent hinge action.

Three pin sizes are available in various diameters and lengths,
manufactured from low carbon steels, high-strength alloy steels and
austenitic stainless steels. Various finishes are available, including
plain, phosphate coated, electro-zinc plated and passivated. The company
can also supply automatic feeders for all sizes of pins to maximise
customers' productivity.

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