Coarse Square Nuts can be used in a channel or welded into place. Square nuts have a greater surface in contact with the part being fastened and therefore provide greater resistance to loosening.
Coarse Machine Screws are fastening screws with a machine-cut thread throughout the length of its shank. Machine screws are used with nuts or screwed directly into a threaded receptacle to fasten various components together in machines, tools, etc.
Stainless Steel Phillips Truss-Head Machine Screws are fastening screws with a machine-cut thread throughout the length of its shank. Machine screws are used with nuts or screwed directly into a threaded receptacle to fasten various components together in machines, tools, etc.
Stainless Steel Whiz Lock Nuts, also known as serrated flange lock nuts, are ideal for applications in which a vibration or torque-resistant fastener is desired.
Sheet metal screws are highly versatile. Though they are designed to attach metal to metal, they can also be used to attach metal to wood, fiberglass, and plastic. Great for general repair around the house, these screws feature sharp threads that draw materials together and ensure a secure hold.
Coarse Machine Screw Nuts are to be used with machine bolts to adhere facing materials in order to prevent tension and shear movement. Zinc grade 2 steel hex machine screw nuts are recommended for most general uses and are corrosion resistant.
Zinc Metric Shelf Pins are used to hold a shelf in place on any project. Shelf pins push into pre-drilled holes in the side of the shelving and support the shelf.
Long-Prong Tee Nuts provide an easy way to place steel threads into wood and provide the greatest amount of pull-out resistance of all threaded insert types.
Socket Cap Screws carry a recessed internal socket drive to add strength. They are commonly used on machine parts, manufacturing equipment, and other mechanical applications.
Engineered to provide more uniform load distribution, 18-8 Stainless Steel Split Lock Washers are great for any indoor/outdoor project. Ideal for situations where potential loosening from corrosion or vibration is a concern, split lock washers are used to prevent nuts and bolts from coming loose.
Keps nuts are nuts with an attached, free spinning washer for simplified installation. They are generally used as a secure solution in places where frequent assembly or disassembly may be required.
Carriage bolts are designed to fasten a wooden face to either a wood or metal frame. The smooth, domed head offers a semi-flush, low-profile finish to applications where spacing is tight. The zinc plating provides a beautiful, consistent finish but may not work for all exterior projects.
Socket Set Screws are generally used to secure an object within or against another object. Set screws are often headless, meaning that the screw is fully threaded and has no head projecting past the major diameter of the screw thread.
Socket Cap Screws carry a recessed internal socket drive for use with an Allen wrench. The drive provides extra strength and high torque capability. Common applications include machinery, automotive, and manufacturing equipment.
Flat-Head Stove Bolts are used to fasten metal parts together that are going into a tapped hole and being held together by a nut. To obtain the fastener length, measure from the underside of the head to the tip of the screw. Stove bolts are nearly identical in form and function to machine screws
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