Taper Pins

Simple pin design of a solid, cylindrical pin with a uniform taper that runs the length of the pin. Tapered pins are held together with dry friction, making it easy to install and cost effective.


Stainless Steel

An iron based material with a minimum of 10.5% chromium. This material is known for its corrosion resistance and has varying strengths depending on the amount of chromium and nickel alloy. The chromium forms a protective layer when exposed to oxygen, keeping the steel underneath from corroding. There are over 150 grades of this material with the 304 and 316 series being the most common.

The most common material used in fasteners, this material is predominantly iron mixed with carbon. It offers the highest strength compared to other metals and elements, but is the least corrosion resistant. Also known as Carbon Steel.


Taper Pin

This pin is a solid cylinder that starts at one diameter and tapers through its entire length to a slightly smaller diameter. Used to secure two items together, it is usually used with the small end diameter facing the ground, and the larger end pointing up.
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