We offer a wide range of metal bolts and studs. What is the difference between screws and bolts?
Bolts can be described as long shafts with a distinct head on one side. These are generally partially threaded.
A fully threaded bolt is referred to as a screw.
The work horse of any industry, the ubiquitous screw is needed in every machinery in some size or the other. We have a varied range to cater to all your different needs.
IS 1364, ISO 4014, DIN 933
Materials: Titanium, Alloy Steel (high tensile), mild steel, Brass and stainless steel (aisi 304 and 316)
For alloy steel property class 8.8 and 10.9 as per IS 1367, ISO 898 part I.
For mild steel 4.6 class
For Stainless Steel property class 50, 70 and 80[High Strength]
Size Range : M2.5 to M36 .Lengths from 10mm to 400mm
Threads: BS Whitworth, BS 84
Materials: Titanium, Alloy Steel (high tensile), mild steel and stainless steel AISI304 & AISI316
Mechanical: BS 2470 for Alloy Steel. Size range:(1/8”), 3/16”, ¼”, 5/16”. 3/8”, (7/16”), ½”, 5/8”, 3/4”, (7/8”), (1”). Lengths 3/8” to 8”Sizes in brackets are non-preferred standards and availability is limited
Always use Torque tools to tighten the bolt joint.