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Groove Pins - ISO 8739/ DIN 1470 / EN 28739 / IS 7384

ISO 8739 Grooved pins are also called Cylindrical Grooved pins with pilot end.

ISO 8739 is a standard that specifies the requirements for these groove Pins. DIN 1470 is an equivalent standard. It is a type of fastener that is used to join two or more components together. It is designed with entry as a non-grooved portion, which allows it to be easily installed. Groove Pin Soft ISO 8739 specifies the material, dimensions, tolerances, and testing requirements for the groove pins.

The design and dimensions of Cylindrical Groove Pin DIN 1470 or ISO 8739 are standardized to ensure compatibility with various manufacturing and engineering applications. The pin diameter ranges from 1.5 mm to 25mm, with a length between 5 mm and 100mm.

The material grade of Groove Pin ISO 8739 may vary depending on the application. Common materials used for include carbon steel, stainless steel, and alloy steels. The material selection depends on application, required strength, durability, and corrosion resistance. In some cases, the pins may be coated with a layer of zinc or other corrosion-resistant materials to further enhance their durability. Heat treatment is also an option but seldom are grooved Pins hardened to prevent damage to the mating part.

Groove Pin Soft fasteners are used in a variety of industries where a secure joint is required between two or more components. Some of the industries where Groove Pin Soft is commonly used include: Automotive, Machinery, Aerospace, Mechanical assemblies, medical equipment mostly in stainless steel 300 grades

In summary, Cylindrical Groove Pin as per ISO 8739 is a versatile fastener that can be used in a wide range of industries where a moderately strong and secure joint is required between two or more components.