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Figure 2-7.—Hi-lok fastener. cadmium-plated alloy steel with protruding or 100-degree flush heads. Collars for the pins are made of anodized 2024-T6 aluminum or stainless steel. The threaded end of the pin is recessed with a hexagon socket to allow installation from one side. The major diameter of the threaded part of the pin has been truncated (cut undersize) to accommodate a 0.004-inch maximum interference-free fit. One end of the collar is internally recessed with a 1/16-inch, built-in variation that automatically provides for variable material thickness without the use of washers and without fastener preload changes. The other end of the collar has a torque-off wrenching device that controls a predetermined residual tension of preload (10%) in the fastener. Jo-Bolt Fasteners The jo-bolt, shown in figure 2-8, is a high- strength, blind structural fastener that is used on difficult riveting jobs when access to one side of the work is impossible. The jo-bolt consists of three factory-assembled parts: an aluminum alloy or alloy steel nut, a threaded alloy steel bolt, and a corrosion-resistant steel sleeve. The head styles available for jo-bolts are the 100-degree flush head, the hexagon protruding head, and the 100-degree flush millable head. Turnlock Fasteners Turnlock fasteners are used to secure panels that require frequent removal. These fasteners are available in several different styles and are usually referred to by the manufacturer’s trade name. CAMLOC FASTENERS.—The 4002 series Camloc fastener consists of four principal parts: the receptacle, the grommet, the retaining ring, and the Figure 2-8.—Jo-bolt. 2-5



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