JW Winco’s GN 2342 assembly pins are characterized by their use in diverse applications. Depending on the requirement there are three washer types to choose from, which place the assembly pin in an axial position in its inserted direction.
On one of the end washers is a simple, turned stainless steel collar washer which holds the axially inserted assembly pin in the correct position in the hole.
The eyelet washer version, having a hole in which a retaining cable or a ball chain can be attached, protects the assembly pin from getting lost, as well as the matching spring cotter pin, which secures the assembly pin axially through the transverse hole.
The third type of washer offers a fastening tab with an elongated hole. This simultaneously secures the assembly pin axially, which restricts rotation and is attached without play using a countersunk screw.
All washers are non-detachable because they are fastened to the assembly pin via their axial countersunk hole. This design favors the implementation of solution-specific special lengths that are available upon request in comparatively low quantities.
Both GN 2344 series washers with protection against loss can also be ordered separately for individual applications, for example, for additional retaining cables or for specific assembly pins.