Clevis Pins

A clevis fastener is a three-piece fastener system consisting of a clevis, clevis pin, and tang. The clevis is a U-shaped piece that has holes at the end of the prongs to accept the clevis pin. The clevis pin is similar to a bolt, but is only partially threaded or unthreaded with a cross-hole for a split pin. The tang is a piece that fits in the space within the clevis and is held in place by the clevis pin.

The combination of a simple clevis fitted with a pin is commonly called a shackle, although a clevis and pin is only one of the many forms a shackle may take. Clevises are used in a wide variety of fasteners used in farming equipment and sailboat rigging, as well as the automotive, aircraft and construction industries. They are also widely used to attach control surfaces and other accessories to servo controls in airworthy model aircraft. As a part of a fastener, a clevis provides a method of allowing rotation in some axes while restricting rotation in others. There are two main types of clevis pins: threaded and unthreaded.

Unthreaded clevis pins have a domed head at one end and a cross-hole at the other end. A cotter pin (USA usage) or split pin is used to keep the clevis pin in place. Threaded clevis pins have a partially threaded shank on one end and a formed head on the other. The formed head has a lip, which acts as a stop when threading the pin into the shackle, and a flattened tab with a cross-hole. The flattened tab allows for easy installation of the pin and the cross-hole allows the pin to be moused. A bolt can function as a clevis pin, but a bolt is not intended to take the lateral stress that a clevis pin must handle. Normal bolts are manufactured to handle tension loads, whereas clevis pins and bolts are designed to withstand shearing forces.

Clevis pins should be closely fitted to the holes in the clevis to limit wear and reduce the failure rate

Product Description

• There are two main types of clevis pins: with head and without head. Headed clevis pins have a head at one end and cross - hole at the other end.

• A cotter Pin or Split pin is used to keep the clevis pin in place.

• Clevis Pin offers more flexibility and rotation than other fastners .

• It is mostly used for railway application and also in farm equipments , ships etc

Clevis Pin Without Head

DIN: - 1443 Clevis Pin without Head have a partially threaded shank on the end.
IS : 6862 Clevis Pins Without Head are manufactured as per DIN: 1443, IS: 6862, EN: 22 340, ISO: 2340
EN: 22 340  
ISO: 2340  

Clevis Pin With Head

DIN: - 1444 Clevis Pins With Head have head at one end and cross - hole at the other end.
IS : 6863 Clevis Pins With Head are manufactured as per DIN: 1444, IS: 6863, EN: 22 341, ISO: 2341
EN: 22 341  
ISO: 2341