Fasteners are used to mechanically join two or more objects together, either permanently or non-permanently. There are many different types of fastener, each with their own purpose.Fasteners can broadly be categorised as either Permanent or Non-Permanent. Permanent Fasteners, such as rivets and nails, are single-use fasteners that are designed to permanently join two materials or parts. Removing the fastener destroys it.Non-Permanent fasteners, on the other hand are designed to allow for easy removal and re-use. Fasteners such as bolts and screws are commonly used in a number of industries and products as they allow for parts to be disassembled and re-assembled if required. Non-Permanent fasteners can be threaded (bolts, screws, etc.) or non-threaded (pins, retaining rings, etc.).Wide ranges of Fastener are offered by Tiaano is manufactured with durable and corrosion-resistant materials to perform in the harsh environments found in the chemical processing industry.
Threaded fasteners are among the most commonly used for assembling components due to the ease in which they can be installed and uninstalled as needed. There are three main types of threaded fastener; Bolts, Screws and Studs.
Bolts have a head on one end (this is usually a hex head) and are threaded on the other. They are generally used in conjunction with a nut (and sometimes a washer) to hold them in place. Screws are similar to bolts in that they have a head on one end and a thread on the other. They key difference is that screws are usually used to screw into an internally threaded hole. There are many different types of screws, such as Cap Screws, Machine Screws, and Woodscrews. Studs are threaded on both ends, and therefore have no head. They are used to join two components with internally threaded holes together.
Fastener threads are standardised to two major standards: ISO (Metric) and ANSI (Unified). Threads can also be right-handed or left-handed, depending on the application. However, the majority of common fasteners are right-hand threaded.
Nuts are used in conjunction with a bolt to clamp two or more parts together. The most common type of nut is a Hexagonal Nut, but there are several different types of nuts for use in different applications.
Hex Nuts- A plain, hexagonal nut with an internal thread. These are by far the most common type of nut, and are used in numerous industries and applications.
Washers are commonly used between the head of a bolt, screw or nut and the material they are clamping. Their primary function is to increase the bearing area of the head whilst also protecting the material underneath from damage. There are several different types of Washer, each with their own uses.
Flat Washers - These are the most common type of washer and are used to evenly distribute the load of the bolt, screw or nut as the fastener is tightened.
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