A-T Series Inserts – Aluminum

A-T Series Aluminum Threaded Inserts are lightweight fasteners that can be installed into almost any material with a thickness above .30/76mm. Used with Grade 8/12.9 Metric mating screws, the A-T Series threaded portion is completely swaged at 360 degrees, drawing the threaded nut portion up into the sleeve. This anchors the A-T Series Aluminum Insert into the parent material and provides a fastener-ready platform ideal for  limited clearance applications.

AVK Inserts are the perfect threaded fastener for installing into the front side of a panel, tube or structure when the backside is inaccessible. AVK A-T Series Aluminum Inserts can be installed in thinner materials without using weld nuts, clinch nuts and threaded screws. A-T Series Inserts are also available in steel.

  • Installs into thin materials
  • Exceptional torque strength
  • Corrosion resistant
  • Available in steel, aluminum
  • Superior thread strength
  • Can be installed before or after finish
  • Reduced overall length
  • Eliminates countersink drilling
  • No dimpling of parent material
  • Inventory reduction
  • Used with Grade 8 or Metric Class 12.9 mating screws
  • Installed with AA 112 HI-TORQUER™

Applications for AVK A-T Series Inserts:

  • Electronics
  • Solar
  • Medical
  • Military
  • Furniture
  • Recreation equipment
  • Lawn and garden
  • Appliances
  • Automotive
  • Construction
  • Sport Utility vehicles
  • Exercise equipment
  • HVAC

About AVK Industrial Products:

AVK Industrial Products are the leading domestic manufacturer of blind installed threaded fasteners for industrial and automotive markets worldwide. Advance Components has been an authorized Master Distributor of AVK Inserts for 35 years.  AVK products feature Spinwall Technology™ which consists of internally threaded inserts and externally threaded studs. Both products can be installed to many materials regardless of thickness. Advance keeps a large inventory of AVK Inserts in stock, and is an authorized AVK ARO Tool repair station.

How to Insert Blind Threaded Inserts

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