Los Angeles, California, USA.
An installer, cutting fluid, and instructions. And, at your option, a drill bit (for C-Serts up to 1” and 24mm). For opening up large C-Serts’ pilot holes, another option we offer is annular cutters.
From S-7 high-impact tool steel, through-hardened to 56RC. Our C-Sert Mini’s are made from 8620 gear steel, case hardened to 62RC.
Yes. They won’t loosen, but they lose some of their hardness at over 1100 degrees Fahrenheit (base metal temperature, not ambient temperature).
Yes. The fastener size remains the same.
Yes. But most applications are in blind holes.
Yes, but only up to around 34RC.
In mild steel, high carbon steel, alloy steels (like 4130), cast iron; in aluminum and magnesium; in copper, brass and bronze. They also work in 400 Series stainless, but not well in 300 Series stainless.
No. Use a ratchet or, for larger sizes, a torque multiplier.
If you use an impact wrench to remove a stuck bolt from a C-Sert, the L-H external threads prevent the C-Sert from backing out with the bolt.