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Do you know all type of nuts ?

Fasteners come in many different forms. To make it easy for you, we’ve compiled the data below as a guide for figuring out what each fastener is called. Scroll down to learn about many different types of nuts ,just for reference
Castle Nuts
Used with cotter pins to prevent loosening, a castellated nut, also called a castle or slotted nut, is a not with slots cut into the top. Used in low-torque applications such as holding a wheel bearing in place.

Coupling Nuts
 
A […]

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Do you know all type of bolts ?

Fasteners come in many different forms. To make it easy for you, we’ve compiled the data below as a guide for figuring out what each fastener is called. Scroll down to learn about many different types of nuts, bolts,just for reference
 
Carriage Bolts
Also known as a “coach” bolt, has a domed or countersunk head. The square section under the head grips into the part being fastened preventing the bolt from turning when the nut is tightened.
Din No :DIN 603 ,DIN […]

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Business trip to Qatar

Jane , sales Manager from T&Y Hardware started to business trip in Qatar from 28th of Jun till 4 th of Jul ,Due to we we have several customers from this market for many years ,it is a better way to know each other .
 
Hereby some feedback from Jane
 
Firstly , though Qatar is small ,while due to Would Cup project are in Construction, really big opportunities for hardware industries ,All pending projects are in processing , we believe there will […]

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Special head bolts ,SS socket head bolts

Why LUBRICATE Stainless Steel fasteners?

You may ask yourself why should there be a need to apply lubrication to Stainless Steel Fasteners? After all they are Stainless, they should not need lubrication, they will not corrode. This section of the website attempts to explain why lubrication should be used to prevent two seperate possible issues, the possible results of not doing so and how this need has arisen. The intention is not to try and confuse or over complicate the issues, just attempt to […]

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Which type of steel is used in bolts?

Stainless steel and low carbon steel hex bolts. Any steel with a high yield strength can be used, but series 4xxx low carbon steel and series 4xx tempered martensitic steel are widely used.

It depends where we are using that bolt
For rough and tough use hight tensile 10.8
For regular industrial general use c45 or En8
And lastly for general use where grading and performance is not the important factor, can use directly Mild steel

Mostly low carbon steel. There are different grades […]

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How to deal with fastener burrs?

    Fastener burr refers to the very tiny microscopic metal particles on the surface of fasteners, the particles we have become burr.
How fastener glitches occur when fasteners are cut, ground, milled, and other similar chips are formed. In order to improve the serviceability and service life of fasteners, it is necessary to remove the fastener burrs before using the fasteners. Fasteners are the most commonly used parts on mechanical equipment, but also important parts, so the surface, acute […]

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The Method of Calculating Tensile Strength of Hexagon Socket Head Bolts

Strength is the bearing capacity per unit area, is an indicator.
Formula: Bearing capacity = strength x area;
Threaded bolt, M24 bolt cross-sectional area is not the diameter of the circular area of 24, but 353 mm2, called the effective area.

Normal Bolt Grade C (grades 4.6 and 4.8) The tensile strength is 170 N / mm 2.
Then the carrying capacity is: 170×353 = 60010N. Conversion, 1 ton equivalent to 1000KG, equivalent to 10000N, then M24 bolts that can withstand about 6 […]

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