Screws

Screws

Machine screws, also sometimes referred to as machine bolts, usually can come in larger variations. 

Typically, machine screws are designed to be fastened to an existing tapped hole on a metal surface, usually in conjunction with a mating nut. Still, some machine screws have tapping ability to cut and thread a hole as they’re inserted.

Thread Patch is permanently fused onto the screw thread of the fastener and increases the prevailing removal torque by acting as a wedge, allowing the screw to be locked physically or chemically in any position upon assembly.

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