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    Key Inserts (Thinwall)

    Key Inserts – Thinwall

    Threaded Inserts

    Thinwall Key Inserts have a smaller OD thread size than standard heavy-duty inserts, ideal for tight spaces where less pull-out strength is acceptable. Thinwall Key Inserts are ideal for thread reinforcement, especially when the mating stud or bolt will be removed frequently. These stainless Thinwall Key Inserts provide strong, permanent stainless steel threads in any parent material, ferrous, non-ferrous, or non-metallic. Key Inserts are also well suited for quick repair of stripped, damaged, or worn threads. Locking keys positively prevent the insert from rotating. Browse Carr Lane’s line of thin-wall key inserts below.

    Key Inserts – Thinwall, Stainless Steel (Inch)

    Thinwall stainless steel Key Inserts are available in a wide range of inch and metric ID thread sizes. The following inch sizes are shown on this page:
    #10-24 to 1/2-13 UNC Coarse
    #10-32 to 1/4-28 UNF Fine

    Key Inserts – Thinwall, Steel (Metric)

    Thinwall steel Key Inserts are available in the following metric sizes:
    M5 to M12 Metric Course
    M8x1 to M12x1.25 Metric Fine

    Key Inserts – Thinwall, Stainless Steel (Metric)

    Thinwall stainless steel Key Inserts are available in a wide range of inch and metric ID thread sizes. The following metric sizes are shown on this page:
    M5 to M12 Metric Course
    M8x1 to M12x1.25 Metric Fine

    Installation

    Key Inserts are installed using standard drills and taps, but the required tap-drill size is slightly larger than normal for that OD thread size. See Installation Data table below for the appropriate tap-drill size. Locking keys must be driven down into the parent material during installation, providing a positive mechanical lock against rotation. See tables below for installation tools.

    Material

    Body > 303 stainless steel. Keys > 302 stainless steel. RoHS compliant.

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    Picture of KEY INSERT (THINWALL) CL-1024-TSKS

    KEY INSERT (THINWALL) CL-1024-TSKS

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    Thinwall Key Inserts have a smaller OD thread size than standard heavy-duty inserts, ideal for tight spaces where less pull-out strength is acceptable. Key Inserts are ideal for thread reinforcement, especially when the mating stud or bolt will be removed frequently. These stainless inserts provide strong, permanent stainless steel threads in any parent material, ferrous, non-ferrous, or non-metallic. Key Inserts are also well suited for quick repair of stripped, damaged, or worn threads. Locking keys positively prevent the insert from rotating.
    Picture of KEY INSERT (THINWALL) CL-1032-TSKS

    KEY INSERT (THINWALL) CL-1032-TSKS

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    Thinwall Key Inserts have a smaller OD thread size than standard heavy-duty inserts, ideal for tight spaces where less pull-out strength is acceptable. Key Inserts are ideal for thread reinforcement, especially when the mating stud or bolt will be removed frequently. These stainless inserts provide strong, permanent stainless steel threads in any parent material, ferrous, non-ferrous, or non-metallic. Key Inserts are also well suited for quick repair of stripped, damaged, or worn threads. Locking keys positively prevent the insert from rotating.
    Picture of KEY INSERT (THINWALL) CL-1213-TSKS

    KEY INSERT (THINWALL) CL-1213-TSKS

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    Thinwall Key Inserts have a smaller OD thread size than standard heavy-duty inserts, ideal for tight spaces where less pull-out strength is acceptable. Key Inserts are ideal for thread reinforcement, especially when the mating stud or bolt will be removed frequently. These stainless inserts provide strong, permanent stainless steel threads in any parent material, ferrous, non-ferrous, or non-metallic. Key Inserts are also well suited for quick repair of stripped, damaged, or worn threads. Locking keys positively prevent the insert from rotating.
    Picture of KEY INSERT (THINWALL) CL-1420-TSKS

    KEY INSERT (THINWALL) CL-1420-TSKS

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    Thinwall Key Inserts have a smaller OD thread size than standard heavy-duty inserts, ideal for tight spaces where less pull-out strength is acceptable. Key Inserts are ideal for thread reinforcement, especially when the mating stud or bolt will be removed frequently. These stainless inserts provide strong, permanent stainless steel threads in any parent material, ferrous, non-ferrous, or non-metallic. Key Inserts are also well suited for quick repair of stripped, damaged, or worn threads. Locking keys positively prevent the insert from rotating.
    Picture of KEY INSERT (THINWALL) CL-1428-TSKS

    KEY INSERT (THINWALL) CL-1428-TSKS

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    Thinwall Key Inserts have a smaller OD thread size than standard heavy-duty inserts, ideal for tight spaces where less pull-out strength is acceptable. Key Inserts are ideal for thread reinforcement, especially when the mating stud or bolt will be removed frequently. These stainless inserts provide strong, permanent stainless steel threads in any parent material, ferrous, non-ferrous, or non-metallic. Key Inserts are also well suited for quick repair of stripped, damaged, or worn threads. Locking keys positively prevent the insert from rotating.
    Picture of KEY INSERT (THINWALL) CL-3816-TSKS

    KEY INSERT (THINWALL) CL-3816-TSKS

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    Thinwall Key Inserts have a smaller OD thread size than standard heavy-duty inserts, ideal for tight spaces where less pull-out strength is acceptable. Key Inserts are ideal for thread reinforcement, especially when the mating stud or bolt will be removed frequently. These stainless inserts provide strong, permanent stainless steel threads in any parent material, ferrous, non-ferrous, or non-metallic. Key Inserts are also well suited for quick repair of stripped, damaged, or worn threads. Locking keys positively prevent the insert from rotating.

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