*Contact a PENCOM Account Representative for the part number based on the description.
Swaged design provides a quick and permanent installation in a variety of sheet materials and thicknesses.
Alternative flare-in installation eliminates swage protrusion on back of sheet.
Installs close to sheet edge with minimal hoop stress.
Shank Length N
For Swage Installation
For Flare Installation (Min.)
Length ± .010
Length ± 0.25
BPS Swage-in Bumper Standoffs can be flared in as well and are popular choices for painted sheets and close-to edge application (swaged installation shown).
Body Material and Finish
Body Material Code
Body Material Description
Body Finish Code
Body Finish Description
CDA 353 Brass
Electroplated bright tin per ASTM B 545 , Class B with clear preservative coating
CDA 353 Brass
Electroplated matte tin per ASTM B 545 , Class A with clear preservative coating
300 - S eries Stainless Steel
Passivated and /or Tested per ASTM A 967
Tip Material and Color: Nylon UL94-V0 / White
Punch or drill hole in sheet as shown for swage-in installation.
Insert standoff in recessed anvil and place sheet hole over standoff shank.
Squeeze the standoff shank between parallel and concentric
anvil and swage punch using light pressure to roll the shank over until contact is made with the sheet. Punch and anvil may be ordered using PENCOM part numbers TL1285 and TL1288, respectively, or made from hardened tool steel.
Punch or drill countersink and hole in sheet as shown for flare-in installation.
Insert standoff in recessed anvil and place sheet hole over the standoff shank.
Squeeze the standoff shank between parallel and concentric anvil and flare punch. Flare the standoff shank into the sheet countersink using light pressure. Punch and anvil may be ordered using PENCOM part numbers TL1289 and TL1288, respectively, or made from hardened tool steel. Punch flare angle should match the sheet hole countersink angle.