Nuts and Bolts

Nuts & Bolts For Construction

Fasteners are an important element in any application. You need to have reliable bolts and screws to ensure that you have properly secured the objects. While there are a variety of fasteners on the market, most of them don’t meet the regulatory standards. Therefore, it’s important to source them from a reliable supplier who has experience in the business. This page will discuss some of the fasteners that are suitable for use in different applications.

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Askew Head Bolts For Masonry Needs

Askew head bolts are a type of structural bolt that have an angled and sometimes, a sloped surface. They are commonly used in applications that need an angled head contact spot. The usual askew bolts have either a hot-dipped galvanized or plain finish.

Carriage bolts

Carriage bolts have a round and domed head with a square neck. They are designed to tighten on metal or wood to wood. This square neck provides stability by stopping the bolt from rotating when it’s used with a nut. They are made from quenched and tempered medium carbon steel. These bolts have a stainless, hot-dipped galvanized, and zinc finish.

HDG and Shoulder Pattern Eye Bolts

Eye bolts have threads with heads that look like a ring or eye to allow you to attach ropes, cables or chains. They are usually used in applications that require lifting or hanging heavy items. You can get hot-dipped galvanized eye bolts as well as shoulder eye bolts for your needs.

Flat Head Socket Cap Screws

Flat head bolts have a flat head and a side height to enable the bolt to extend above the mating surface when fastened tightly. It has a square neck underneath the flathead and a threaded part to prevent them from spinning once tightened. Some of the available flat head socket cap screws include A449 and A325.

Hex Bolts

Hex bolts are made of different types of steel and they have a threaded shaft featuring six-sided head. They are commonly utilized in the construction sector and they have specifications to suit specific mechanical functions. There are different types of hex bolts with hot-dipped galvanized, plain, and zinc finish.

Hex Cap Screws

Hex cap screws feature a thick hexagonal-shaped head cap and a washer face underneath the head to offer great bearing after fastening with a wrench. These bolts are used in applications that require threaded tightening with nuts. Hex cap screws have hot-dipped galvanized, zinc yellow, zinc, and stainless steel finishes.

Hex Lag Screws

Hex lag screws are also called lag bolts. They have a hex head with sharply pointed threads that run about 2/3 of the length of the rod. Hex lag screws are usually utilized in wood applications to connect wood to wood or metal objects. They have a stainless steel, plain, hot-dipped galvanized, or zinc finish.

Hex Tap Bolts

Hex tap bolts are the preferred bolts in the construction, agriculture, and automotive applications. They are suitable for use in drilled and tapped applications and holes. You can acquire different types of finishes including plain, stainless steel, zinc or zinc yellow.

Round Head Bolts

Round head bolts are usually used to secure the wood. They come in various diameters, lengths, and thread structure, and are also hot-dipped galvanized for extra resistance. The commonly available round hex bolts are domestic round bolts, stainless steel, and A449 and A307

Self-Drilling Screws

Self-drilling screws are utilized like drill bits, meaning you don’t have to use them on pre-drilled holes as they can be drilled and be tightened by using rotational movement. Other types of self-drilling screws include carbon steel drilling screws that have extra toughness and rigidity.

Shear Studs

Shear studs are ideal for securing framed structures by forming a shear joint between concrete and steel. You can use shear studs to secure beams as they give strength and reliable tightening.

Socket Bolts

Socket bolts feature a cylindrical head that has a ridged exterior and a hexagonal drive hole. They have threads and a head diameter that measures about one and a half times larger than that of a screw shank as well as head height.

Structural Bolts

Structural bolts are designed to be utilized in joining steel-to-steel applications They are normally short and thick with a wide head. The most common types of these structural bolts are A490 and ASTM A325.

Tension Control Bolts

Tension control bolts are available in two types which are ASTM A325 and ASTM A490. These bolts are made of high strength steel and you can find them in different diameters and lengths.

Domestic Timber Bolts

Domestic timber bolts have a low profile and a rounded head with two fins underneath. They are normally made of stainless steel and hot-dipped galvanized steel.

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