Slotted drive easy to install. ISO 9001:2015 Certificated RoHS Compliant MOQ≥1000 Pcs Spring loaded force available on request. Special types available on request.
Designed with a flange to keep the plunger from being pushed through a hole when the ball is depressed. Install these ball plungers with a slotted screwdriver.
Steel is strong and wear resistant.
440C stainless steel is hard, wear resistant, and mildly chemical resistant.
316 stainless steel is more corrosion resistant than 440C and 18-8 stainless steel and can be used in saltwater environments.
18-8 stainless steel is chemical resistant.
Brass is corrosion resistant in wet environments; brass balls are soft to minimize marring.
Plastic is chemical resistant and lightweight; nylon balls are extra soft to minimize marring soft surfaces such as aluminum.
Ball plungers without thread locker are for use in soft material such as aluminum, in extreme temperatures, and on parts requiring frequent assembly and removal.
Ball plungers with thread locker have a locking element that adds friction to resist loosening.
Extended ball force is the force required to begin to depress the ball. Compressed ball force is the force required to depress the ball flush with the body. When using a plunger as a detent or stop, a lighter ball force with a shallower hole releases more easily, while a heavier force with a deeper hole holds more securely.