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rd Bulk Inserts, Non-Locking3101417202326Materials and FinishesStandard Bulk Inserts, LockingTe c h n i c a l I n f o r m a t i o n , S t a n d a r dTe c h n i c a l I n f o r m a t i o n , M e t r i cMetric Bulk, Non-LockingMetric Bulk, LockingDrilling28Ta p p i n g36I n s t a l l a t i o n To o l s3437383940414647495054Thread GagesCaptive SleeveThreaded MandrelBolt TypeRemovable SleeveP o w e r To o l sStrip FeedTa n g B r e a k - O f f To o l sE x t r a c t i o n To o l sRepair KitsOversize Inserts60Twinser ts68Specials67708-PitchCommercial GradeTABLEOFCONTENTS

HELICALM A N U F A C T U R I N GHELICAL WIRE INC. inserts are precision manufactured screw thread inserts that play a critical role in engineeringapplications. Screw thread inserts are a reliable means of strengthening tapped holes in light weight materials and alloys.HELICAL WIRE INC. insert products are manufactured from 18-8 stainless steel diamond shaped wire per specificationsAS7245 and NASM8846 for the standard series and per MA1565 for the metric series. All inserts manufactured by HelicalMANUFACTURINGWire Inc. are engineered to meet and or exceed the Military and Aerospace standards and are inspected to meet therequirements of our ISO 9001-2008 quality system. Also inserts are manufactured from Inconel X-750 per AS7246,Phosphor Bronze per AMS 7247, Nitronic 60 per AMS5848B and Nimonic 90 per AMS 5829.WIRM A T E R I A L SEA N DINCF I N I S H E SHELICAL WIRE INC. screw thread inserts are manufactured of 18-8 stainless steel, and other materials that are of thehighest standard for strength and durability. Our inserts are also manufactured to meet the specific needs of certain typesof mechanical applications. In various installation assembly processes the need arises for material that will be nonmagnetic and in some applications heat resistant.The Helical Wire standard inch free running, or non-locking series, will come in a clean finish. The standard inch selflocking series comes in a red colored finish. The Metric series is the same clean finish for both the locking series and thefree-running series.Our inserts are available in various plated finishes. We offer all of our inserts with plating upon request, regardless ofthe material or type of insert. We keep many popular sizes in our stock with various plated finishes. We can usually shipplated inserts immediately upon request. If they aren’t quoted in stock, our lead times are faster than most. When platingis specified by a customer’s part number and call out, we do whatever we can to meet their specific plating needs.Helical Wire inserts arenon-locking or free runninglocking or self-locking type.The self-locking style locksthe bolt or screw in placewhen installed due to aconfiguration of cords orflats on one or more of itsS TAINLESS S TEELGeneral purpose uses.18-8 diamond shaped wireManufactured per AS7245and ANSM8846Locking and Non-lockingStandard and MetricPHOSPHOROUSBRONZEFor use in salt waterapplications. Non magneticand electrically conductive.Manufactured per AMS7247Locking and Non-lockingStandard and MetricINCONEL X-750NITRONIC 60NIMONIC 90For use in high temperatures.This material is non-magnetic.Manufactured per AS7246Locking and Non-lockingStandard and MetricFor use in vacuum situations.Non-magnetic, particle freeand no additional coatingsrequired. Manufacturedper AMS5848BLocking and Non-lockingStandard and MetricUsed in high temperatureapplications. Manufacturedper AMS5829Locking and Non-lockingStandard and MetricC ADMIUM PL ATESILVER PL ATEDRY FILM LUBEinterior convolutions.NON-LOCKINGLOCKINGHelical Wire utilizes a color coded system that identifies our insert’s materialsand finishes by color. This color system is used for easy identification in ourinternal house and for all customer shipment labels.2RED DYELocking inserts are died red foreasy distinction from thenon-locking inserts.Manufactured per AS7245and NASM8846Locking StandardPRIMER FREEEasier installation. Eliminatesthe need for the zinc primersand epoxies while preventingcorrosion. Manufactured perXylan (R) 5251/840 Black orXylan 5230/1131 Gray Black inLocking, Non-locking, Standardand Metric.Used in Military applicationsonly. Manufactured perAMS2400 Type II Rev CLocking, Non-locking,Standard and Metric in OliveDrab and Non-Olive Drab.Used to reduce galling ofthreads when used at hightemperatures. Manufacturedper AMS2411-D or QQ-S-365Locking, Non-locking,Standard and MetricANDFINISHESavailable in thescrew thread, or in theMATERIALSUsed in high frictionapplications and temperaturesup too 400 . Manufacturedper AS5272Locking and Non-locking,Standard and Metric3

HELN O N - L O C K I N 2412-244IC O A R S EHELICALWIRECP A R TALN U M B E R SMSEQUIVALENTCROSS 853804755703/8-161/2-135/8-11EC O A R S 35275RN O N - L O C K I N 03120469062507810938P A R TCC O N T 875N U M B E R C12-1015202530CROSS -12CN75011251500187522505

HELN O N - L O C K I N GSTANDARDTHREADSIZE7/8-91-8BULK1 1/8-71 1/4-71 3/8-61 1/2-6IC O A R S 037504500P A R TCAN U M B E R S122093133173213253MS122094134174214254LC O N T .WIN O N - L O C K I N GMSEQUIVALENTCROSS en ordering Inconel per AS7246 add ‘X‘ at the end of the part number and before the plating letter. To specify Phosphor Bronze per AMS 72471/4-285/16-24material add ‘B‘ after the part number and before the plating letter and for Nitronic 60 per AMS 5848B add “N”.To order Dry Film Lube per AS5272 add an ‘L‘ at the end of the number. ‘W‘ appears after the ‘N‘ in the competitor’s part number. Example:c/r1185-24CNW1500, 1126N1500L. To request Cad Plate per QQ-P-416 Rev. F add an ‘P‘ at the end of the number. ‘Y‘ appears after the ‘N‘ in thecompetitor’s part number. Example: 1185-24CNY1500, 1126N1500P. For Primer Free per Xylan (R) 5251/840 Black add an ‘H‘ at the end of the number.‘PF‘ appears after the ‘N‘ in the competitor’s part number. Example: 1185-24CNPF1500, 1126N1500H. For Silver Plate per AMS 2411 or QQ-S-365 add‘V‘ at the end of the part number. Example: 1185-24CNV1500, 1126N1500V.6To request left hand thread add ‘LH‘ at the end of the part number and before plating letter.R3/8-24F I N 041004921032N01900285038004750570EP A R TCROSS 7NCN U M B E R 11257

HELN O N - L O C K I N /4-167/8-141-121-148F I N EHELICALWIREIP A R TCAN U M B E R SLC O N T 691731771811MS124665705745785825CROSS 02000250030001191-16CN10001500200025003000WIRN O N - L O C K I N GTHREADSIZE1-1/8-121-1/4-121-3/8-121-1/2-12F I N EHELICALWIREEP A R TIN U M B E R SNCC O N T .AEROSPACESTANDARDSMSEQUIVALENTCROSS 8F22-1015202530When ordering Inconel per AS7246 add ‘X‘ at the end of the part number and before the plating letter. To specify Phosphor Bronze per AMS7247 material add ‘B‘ after the part number and before the plating letter.To request Dry Film Lube per AS5272 add an ‘L‘ at the end of the number. ‘W‘ appears after the ‘N‘ in the competitor’s part number. Example:MS124669L, c/r1191-24CNW1500 or 11212N1500L.To request Cad Plate per QQ-P-416 Rev. F add an ‘P‘ at the end of the number. ‘Y‘ appears after the ‘N‘ in the competitor’s part number.Example: MS124669P, 1191-24CNY1500 or 11212N1500P.To request Silver Plate per QQ-S-365 add ‘V‘ at the end of the part number. Example: MS124669V or 11212N1500V.For Primer Free per Xylan (R) 5251/840 Black add an ‘H‘ at the end of the number. ‘PF‘ appears after the ‘N‘ in the competitor’s part number.Example: 1191-24CNPF1500, 11212N1500H.To request left hand thread add ‘LH‘ at the end of the part number and before plating letter.9

HEL O C K I N 2412-2410LC O U R S 400648IP A R TAEROSPACESTANDARDSMS21209C02-1015202530CCROSS 9/16-125/8-113/4-10IL O C K I N E3585-03CN099148198248297MS21209C06-1015202530LN U M B E R 30MS21209C10-1015202530MS21209C12-1015202530CROSS -12CN7501125150018752250THREADSIZE7/8-91-81 1/8-71 1/4-71 3/8-61 1/2-6RC O A R S EEP A R 86L137520522750343841251126L15002250300037504500N U M B E R 0MS21209C24-1015202530CC O N T 1500200025003000MS21209C22-1015202530NCROSS ULKWhen ordering Inconel per AS7246 add ‘X‘ at the end of thepart number and before the plating letter. To specify PhosphorBronze per AMS 7247 material add ‘B‘ after the part number andbefore the plating letter.To request Dry Film Lube per AS5272 add an ‘L‘ at the end ofthe number. ‘W‘ appears after the ‘N‘ in the competitor’s partnumber. Example: MS21209C1410L, c/r3585-14CNW0875 or789L0875L.To request Cad Plate per QQ-P-416 Rev. F add an ‘P‘ at the endof the number. ‘Y‘ appears after the ‘N‘ in the competitor’s partnumber. Example: MS21209C1410P, c/r3585-14CNY0875 or789L0875P.To request Silver Plate per QQ-S-365 add ‘V‘ at the end of thepart number. Example: MS21209C1410V or 789L0875V.For Primer Free per Xylan (R) 5251/840 Black add an ‘H‘ at theend of the number. ‘PF‘ appears after the ‘N‘ in the competitor’spart number. Example: 789L0875H/3585-24CNPF1500.To request left hand thread add ‘LH‘ at the end of the partnumber and before plating letter.11

HEL O C K I N 5/16-243/8-2412LF I N EHELICALWIRE356L00990148019802480297P A R 3811251/2-205/8-187/8-141-121-14IL O C K I N GMS21209F03-1015202530MS21209F4-1015202530WN U M B E R 0152025301032L01900285038004750570CCROSS 209F14-1015202530MS21209F16-1015202530-RF I N EP A R TCROSS 3438412511212L15002250300037504500EN U M B E R SNCC O N T .CROSS 75034384125When ordering Inconel per AS7246 add ‘X‘ at the end of the part number and before the platingletter. To specify Phosphor Bronze per AMS 7247 material add ‘B‘ after the part number and beforethe plating letter.To request Dry Film Lube per AS5272 add an ‘L‘ at the end of the number. ‘W‘ appears after the‘N‘ in the competitor’s part number. Example: MS21209F1810L, c/r3591-18CNW1125 or 11812L1125L.To request Cad Plate per QQ-P-416 Rev. F add an ‘P‘ at the end of the number. ‘Y‘ appears after the‘N‘ in the competitor’s part number. Example: MS21209F1810P, c/r3591-18CNY1125 or 11812L1125P.To request Silver Plate per QQ-S-365 add ‘V‘ at the end of the part number. Example:MS21209F1810V or 11812L1125V.For Primer Free per Xylan (R) 5251/840 Black add an ‘H‘ at the end of the number. ‘PF‘ appearsafter the ‘N‘ in the competitor’s part number. Example: 11212L15H/3591-24CNPF1500.To request left hand thread add ‘LH‘ at the end of the part number and before plating letter.13

HES T A N D A R 5/8(.6250)-113/4(.7500)-107/8(.8750)-91(1.0000)-81 1/8(1.1250)-71 1/4(1.2500)-71 3/8(1.3750)-61 00.8751.0001.1251.2501.3751.500LICALWL O C K I N G / N O N - L O C K I N G1 1/2 Dia. 2 Dia. 2 1/2 Dia. 3 .8752.0622.250U N I F I E 02.8123.1253.4383.750S T A N D A R DNUMBER OF COILSNOMINAL 53.7504.1254.5001Dia.NOMINAL LENGTH1 1/2 Dia. 2 Dia. 2 1/2 Dia.C O A R S -1/218-3/820-1/8OUTSIDEDIAMETER3 1(1.0000)-121 1/8(1.1250)-121 1/4(1.2500)-121 3/8(1.3750)-121 1/2(1.5000)-12INCL O C K I N G / N O N - L O C K I N 0.7500.8751.0001.0001.1251.2501.3751.500NUMBER OF COILSNOMINAL LENGTH1 1/2 Dia. 2 Dia. 2 1/2 Dia. 3 .0001Dia.U N I F I E 8NOMINAL LENGTH1 1/2 Dia. 2 Dia. 2 1/2 Dia.F I N -1/419-3/821-3/823-1/21.688 81.875 92.250 9-3/42.625 9-7/83.000 SIDEDIAMETER3 .4691.6101.74515

HELS T A N D A R 51.5152.7784.5451(1.0000)-85.8821 1/8(1.1250)-78.3921 1/4(1.2500)-7 10.4871 3/8(1.3750)-6 14.5051 1/2(1.5000)-13 17.56316ALWL O C K I N G / N O N - L O C K I N G1 1/2 Dia. 2 Dia. 2 1/2 Dia. 3 Dia.C O A R S 485.2638.3339.091 12.50012.928 17.46416.070 21.65322.264 30.12226.915 67026.53632.81945.83954.972THREADSIZE1Dia.1 1/2 Dia. 2 Dia. 2 1/2 Dia. 3 4(.7500)-167/8(.8750)-141(1.0000)-141(1.0000)-121 1/8(1.1250)-121 1/4(1.2500)-121 3/8(1.3750)-121 .650F I N x2M16x2M18x2.5M20x2.5M22x2.5M24x3M27x3M33x3EINCL O C K I N G / N O N - L O C K I N GNOMINALNOMINAL LENGTHU N I F I E 32IM E T R I CW E I G H T L B / 10 0NOMINALNOMINAL LENGTHU N I F I E D2(.086)-563(.099)-484(.112)-405(.125)-40CW E I G H T L B / 10 0NOMINALTECHNICALI1Dia.1 1/2 Dia. 2 Dia. 2 1/2 Dia. 3 Dia.C O A R S 576.1969.367W E I G H T L B / 10 0NOMINALW E I G H T L B / 10 0NOMINAL 2M20x2.8301.013.8561.0724.342 5.2596.166 7.4747.853 9.50911.841 72.513TECHNICALNOMINAL LENGTH1 1/2 Dia. 2 Dia. 2 1/2 Dia. 3 Dia.F I N 361 8.0107.595 9.5578.936 11.23911.204 14.14713.200 51913.54217.09120.10917

HEM E T R I 3.030.033.036.039.0NUMBER OF COILSNOMINAL LENGTH1 1/2 Dia. 2 Dia. 2 1/2 Dia. 3 7.582.575.082.590.097.51Dia.NOMINAL LENGTH1 1/2 Dia. 2 Dia. 2 1/2 Dia.C O A R S 812-1/2IM E T R I CL O C K I N G / N O N - L O C K I N ETERRSIZE3 24x2M27x2M30x2INCL O C K I N G / N O N - L O C K I N .033.036.039.036.039.0NUMBER OF COILSNOMINAL LENGTH1 1/2 Dia. 2 Dia. 2 1/2 Dia. 3 .097.51Dia.F I N 6.072.081.090.099.0108.0117.0108.0117.0NOMINAL LENGTH1 1/2 Dia. 2 Dia. 2 1/2 R3 45.8019

HEN O N - L O C K I N GTHREADSIZEMETRICM2 x.40NM2.2 x.45NBULKM2.5 x.45NM3 x0.5NM3.5 x0.6NM4 x0.7NM5 x0.8NM6 x1.0N20HELICALWIREM24N020030040050060LM E T R I 0180MA3279-106156206256306M58N050075100125150P A R TAEROSPACE CROSS 2545N025038050063075ICALWN U M B E R STHREADSIZEM7 x1.0NM8 x1.0NM8 x1.25N1084-3CN030045060075090M10 x1.0N1084-4CN040060080100120M10 x1.5N1084-6CN060090120150180M12 x1.5NM10 x1.25NM12 0200240N O N - L O C K I N GAEROSPACE CROSS 05140175210M12 100150200250300M18 x1.5N3745-12CN120180240300360M18 MA3279-113163213263313M14 x1.5N1084-8CN080120160200240M14 x2.0N4649-10CN100150200250300M16 x2.0N4649-12CN120180240300360M16 x1.5NM18 280350420RM E T R I CEP A R TAEROSPACE CROSS 3745-16CN160240320400480IN U M B E R STHREADSIZEM20 x1.5NM20 x2.0NM20 x2.5NM22 x1.5NM22 x2.0N3745-18CN180270360450540M22 x2.5N1084-18CN180270360450540M24 x3.0NM24 x2.0NHELICALWIREM2015N200300400500600NCC O N T .AEROSPACE CROSS 9-1231732232733234266-20CN200300400500600M221

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