JW Winco offers heavy-duty ball lock pins 05 July 2019

JW Winco, Inc, a Ganter Company, a leading supplier of standard industrial machine components, announced it has expanded its line of GN 113.10 heavy-duty ball lock pins stainless steel, with stainless steel shank AISI 630.

The GN 113.10 stainless steel rapid release pins have an extreme load capacity and are used for quick fixing, connecting, and locking of various parts and workpieces. A typical application for the ball lock pins is where they may need to be regularly moved in and out of position when connecting two components, but yet they require a more secure hold of those two components.

“By pressing the spring-loaded push button, both balls are unlocked and by releasing it, the balls are locked again,” said John Winkler, CEO, Office of the President at JW Winco. “These heavy-duty ball lock pins are an excellent choice for certain corrosion-free applications.”

The entire ball lock pin is manufactured of stainless steel. The shank (shaft) is manufactured of heavy-duty, hardened and highly abrasion-resistant European Standard 1.4542 (AISI 630) stainless steel, with the knob, push button and plunger pin being made of European Standard No. 1.4404 (AISI 316L), the balls European Standard No. 1.3541 (AISI 420C), and the spring European Standard No. 1.4565.

JW Winco is a US manufacturer/distributor of inch and metric standard parts. JW Winco offers an extensive selection of plastic, steel and stainless steel adjustable levers, cabinet U-handles, hinges and locking mechanisms, revolving and retractable handles, hand wheels, hand cranks, tube connection and conveyor components, construction tubing, shock absorption mounts, levelling mounts, hand knobs, spring, ball and indexing plungers, jig, fixture and fastening components, retaining magnet assemblies, toggle clamps, casters and wheels, universal joints, oil sight glasses, and metric tools for the industrial and commercial equipment industries.

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