Jergens’ key locking thread repair inserts are now available in accordance with MS (Military Standards) and NAS (National Aerospace Standards) quality requirements. Jergens key locking technology is a method that mechanically locks inserts into drill holes. It works as an alternative to spring or locking patches.
The inserts, made of both stainless and carbon steel, are available in thinwall, heavy-duty, extra-heavy-duty and solid styles. The new line meets MS51830, MS51831, MS51832, NAS1394 and NAS1395 military and aerospace requirements.
Jergens key locking thread repair inserts are now available in accordance with MS (Military Standards) and NAS (National Aerospace Standards) quality requirements.
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