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Jergens Workholding Solutions - Standard components like toggle screws and T bolts to vises and quick change fixture  systems like Ball Lock and ZPS.Jergens Specialty Fasteners - Threaded inserts and spinner grip nuts  to Kwik-Lok Pins.Jergens Lifting Solutions - From chain sling and eye bolts to hoist rings  and our proprietary Lift ID Automated  Inspection and Compliance program.

Our Future: Manufacturing Efficiency.

Since our founding Jergens, Inc. has grown to comprise 3 distinct business units: Workholding Solutions, Lifting Solutions and Specialty Fasteners. Building on its reputation of uncompromising quality standards, Jergens is committed to helping its customers achieve leaner, more profitable manufacturing, and continues to add products and engineered solutions for an integrated approach to “Manufacturing Efficiency.”

Today, you'll find our tooling components, fasteners and hoist rings at work in just about every industry on every continent. And our innovative engineered solutions like the patented Ball Lock® Mounting System have changed the way manufacturers worldwide think about productivity.

Quality Made in the U. S. A.

We manufacture over 80% of what we sell right here in our 130,000 sq. ft. Cleveland, OH facility, guaranteeing you high quality, competitive pricing and immediate availability (or fast turnaround times on special items). We are a big user of our own products and can set up lean cells to accommodate lot sizes from 1 to 10,000, thanks to our own tooling components and engineered products like the Ball Lock® Mounting System.

So when it comes to lean manufacturing we practice what we preach here at Jergens...Manufacturing Efficiency.

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Efficiently Tooling Up Your CNC Machine (Jig and Fixturing Components) Basic steps that should be taken when tooling up your machine. (View Full Article)
How to Design Your Own Hydraulic System (Hydraulic Equipment and Components) Calculate the force used to hold the workpiece during machining. To convert the torque applied to a fastener into holding force use the following formula. (View Full Article)