|Blade Material||Chrome Vanadium Steel|
|Material||CHROME VANADIUM STEEL|
|Color||BLACK, BROWN AND SILVER|
|Usage/Application||Allen keys work like most other screwdrivers and wrenches but with a few nuances. You can use them b|
|Arm Type||Long, Extra Long, Short|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
Black finish Allen Keys are made from CrV Steel. They are acccurately hardened and tempered to 52-56 HRC to withstand high torque and have high wear.
What is an Allen key used for?Allen keys or also known as hexagonal keys, are a tool used to screw
, which we will find very frequently in most tool boxes. These types of wrenches are famous for resisting a greater torque than other types of screws and for this reason we can find them in a wide variety of applications.
What are Allen keys types?
Different Types of Hex Keys
- L-Style Allen Wrenches. This is the standard Allen key and is easily found anywhere. ...
- T-Handle. This is a popular tool, mostly used in motorsport applications. ...
- P-Handle. ...
- Folding Hex Key. ...
- Ratcheting Drivers. ...
- Torque Wrench. ...
- Allen Screwdriver. ...
- Ball Hex Sets.
Why Allen key is called Allen key
Originally named Allen Manufacturing Company, the business produced hexagonal set screws and wrenches to fasten them. The terms "Allen wrench" (American English) and "Allen key" (British English) are derived from the Allen brand name and refer to the generic product category "hex keys"
What is the HRC for Allen key?Allen Keys (inch Sizes) Black Finish
TAPARIA Black Allen Keys are scientifically hardened to 52 to 56 HRC
. Other makes Allen keys are usually offered with hardness in the range of 48 to 52 HRC.
How are Allen keys sizes?The common SAE Allen wrench sizes range from 1/16" to 3/8" in diameter
. Of the sizes in this range, the most popular ones are 1/8″, 3/32″, 7/64″, 5/32″, 3/16″, 1/4″, & 7/32″.
Do Allen keys rust?
Since hex keys are made of metal, they're susceptible to rust and corrosion without a layer of protective coating. To prevent rust and corrosion from shortening your set's life, look for a set that has a black oxide coating on the wrenches.
Why Allen keys fasten joints?There are many benefits for the use of the screws and Allen keys: They are economic and easier to produce
. Their lever arch mechanisms allows you to apply increased tightening torque
. The key does not risk to get out from screw
What kind of screw uses an Allen key?Socket Head Cap Screws
, which are also known as Allen head screws are stock items at Lightning Bolt in many materials sizes. These screws come with a hexagonal cross-section socket in the head and require an Allen wrench or hex key to drive them into material and secure them into a structure.
Hex Key Chart Hex Key (also known as Allen Key, Hexagon Key and Socket Key), sizes and its dimensions are used to determine which size hex key is required for use with the applicable fastener depending on the thread size of the fastener. Most common used to install socket screws the dimensions of Allen keys can be used to check the accessibility of your fastener were space is limited. For example for an M8 socket cap screw requires at least 32+8(head size) = 40mm clearance above the screw for easy accessibility. The table below shows metric Allen key sizes and dimensions for corresponding socket cap screws based on Din 912 standards on thread sizes M3-M24.
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