PRUFTECHNIK has partnered with premium shim supplier Lawton to bring you the absolute higest quality 304 Full Hard Stainless Steel Shims. They are guaranteed to be burr free and measured to meet or exceed the industry standards on nominal thicknesses. With 6 sizes and 13 thicknesses we are sure to meet your needs. 

Lawton Industrial Shims: Known Industry wide as the inventor and original manufacturer of pre-cut stainless steel shims.

Industrial Shims Information

  • Shims are cut from the highest quality 304 Full-Hard Stainless Steel.
  • No Sharp Edges or Burrs. 100% Guaranteed.
  • Each shim is permanently marked for easy size and thickness identification.
  • All sizes and thicknesses are available in packets of 20 shims (Size A - D ) and 12 shims (Size G & H).
  • A - D Shims can be ordered either in individual packets or in Full Sets (20 of each shim) or Lightweight Sets (10 of each shim).
  • G & H Shims can be ordered in individual packets or in a Full Set.
  • Every Set comes with a FREE Stainless Steel Organizer Carrying Case.
  • Six sizes will fit motors or generators from 1 - 1000 H.P.
    • Size A: 2” x 2” x 5/8” slot
    • Size B: 3” x 3” x 13/16” slot
    • Size C: 4” x 4” x 1 1/4” slot
    • Size D: 6” x 5” x 1 5/8” slot
    • Size G: 7” x 7” x 1 3/4” slot
    • Size H: 8” x 8” x 2 1/4” slot
  • Shims are available in 13 Thicknesses for precise alignment capabilities: .001”, .002”, .003”, .004”, .005”, .010”, .015”, .020”, .025”, .050”, .075", .100”, .120”

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