- Brass, Steel, Stainless Steel, Copper, Galvanized Steel
- Mechanically joints or affixes two or more objects together.
- Used to create non-permanent joints.
- Used for the installation of facades, roofing structures and for preparation of lathes for facing systems.
- Used to assemble metal and plastics, composite material as well as electronic components.
- Ideally suitable for applications subjected to heavy stock and vibration, extreme temperature and long hours of strenuous operation, and millions of loading cycles without the opportunity for retightening.
- Fastening can be used in various hard surfaces.
- Used together with stainless and galvanizes screws which are made with hexagonal with a press washer and countersunk heads.
- Fasteners utilize self-clinching, broaching, flaring, surface mount or weld technology to provide strong, reusable and permanent threads and mounting points in thin sheet metal, PCB material and other ductile or non-ductile material.
- Provide strong, reliable internal threads in applications that require subsequent component assembly.
- For most standard threaded fasteners, shear strength is not a specification even thought
- Besides various aerospace industry fasteners, ASTM A320 Specification for Alloy Steel Bolting Materials for Low-Temperature Service is one of the few specifications that require impact testing on certain grades.
- Non-magnetic, High Thermal and Electrical Conductivity.
- During the tightening of the fastener, a pressure builds between the contacting thread surfaces and breaks down the protective oxides.
- Brass Fasteners are known for appearance, fight corrosion, reduce friction and reduce scatter in the amount of preload achieved for given torque.