Keensert installation tools

Each Keensert has its own distinct installation tool.
The Keensert installation tools are used to fully install the Keensert into place.
They are used to screw the Keensert and to secure the Keensert into place.
Full installation tool kits are also available. These installation tool kits contain all tools required for the installation of your Keensert product: installation tool, drill, thread tap and countersunk.
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When you need to install very large quantities of Keenserts, we recommend you to use the pneumatic Keensert installation tool. More information on the pneumatic tool can be found on our blog section through the following link:
https://www.anemo.eu/keenserts-automatic-installation-powertool-3352ptc-is-now-available

 

 

 

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Keensert insert installation tools

 

The installation tools for Keensert inserts are double sided, which means that each side has a purpose during the installation process.

One side is used to screw the insert into place. The design of the tool ensures that the Keensert is inserted on the correct depth.

The other side is used to drive in the kees into the parental material to lock the Keensert stud into place.



Tools for metric Keensert inserts – stainless steel grade Keensert

 



Tools for imperial Keensert inserts – stainless steel grade Keensert



Tools for metric Keensert inserts – stainless steel grade Keensert



Tools for metric Keensert inserts – carbon steel grade Keensert



Tools for imperial Keensert inserts – carbon steel grade Keensert



Keensert insert installation tools

 

The installation tools for Keensert studs are have a long shaft to house the stud end of the Keensert stud during installation.

At the bottom end of the tool, slots are made to grab hold of the kees. This allows you to screw the stud into place. The design of the tool ensures that the Keensert is inserted on the correct depth.

By simply retracting the tools and turning it slightly, you can use the bottom rim of the tool to drive in the kees in the parental material to lock the Keensert stud into place.



Tools for metric Keensert studs



Tools for imperial Keensert studs

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