|Brass Bronze Set Screws||Brass Wood screws|
|Brass Pool cover anchors (used with stainless steel - S.S 304 316 A2 A4 . springs )||Brass machine screws pan head raised CSK head Cheese head round head oval head screws thumb screws metric SEMS screws|
|Brass Copper Wing nuts Eye bolts||Brass Copper Bronze Gun metal |
Hex bolts set screws DIN 933
|Brass Copper SS threaded rods bars||Brass grub screws Cap screws|
|Brass Jam nuts weld knurled nuts Cap nuts clinch nuts welding nuts flange metal nut Aluminum hexagon hex square nuts machine nuts||Brass flat head Phillips head screws cold formed and hot forged fasteners |
Cross recessed , slotted head Brass screws washer headed screws machined fasteners studs studdings
|Brass Dome nuts Acorn / Cap nuts Brass panel nuts||Brass Chicago File screws binding screws self sealing security tamperproof screws|
|Brass Nyloc nuts Moulding nuts for plastic PVC Nylon injection mouldings||Microscopic tiny very small screws like 1mm 1.5mm 1.6mm 2mm 14 BA 16BA also possible|
|Carriage bolts shoulder type square lag hex flanged bolts||Thumb screws wing screw lock screw|
|Brass stand offs couplers pillars inserts clearance spacers||Washers headed SEMS screws socket screws stud|
|Brass Copper Bronze Hex Full Nuts |
and lock nuts DIN 934 also Square nuts
|Brass Copper Studs allthreads studding stud|
4000 Series Grommets (and Split-Ring Retainer 2600, 2700 and 2800 Series C-Lock Fastener BasicsThese series are perfect for light to medium duty applications. They are small enough to fit in limited mounting space and are light weight. All of these fasteners have a 600# ultimate tensile load capacity. All dimensions on this page are in inches unless otherwise specified. For metric conversion use this formula: Inches x 25.4 = mm. mm ÷ 25.4 = Inches.
When using the 2600, 2700 or 2800 series you will need 3 parts to make up the system. A stud, retainer, and receptacle. There are many options for each of these items as you will see below. Selecting the proper components for your application is simple using the data tables below. If you have any questions or need additional information, please and we will be glad to help.
When designing a new application it is best to select components from the inside out.
First, determine which Receptacle you want to use. Consider any restrictions of mounting space or accessibility issues
Next, select the type of stud retainer you wish to use. Semi-rigid retainers are best for flat panels. Floating retainers usually work best on sliding or curved panels.
Once you have determined all of the above and selected the components to be used, be sure to reference to select the appropriate associated tooling. Some tools are not absolutely necessary but are very helpful in assuring proper hole spacing, hole diameters, and a proper installation.
Note: We also offer Pre-Engineered fasteners sets that have all of the proper components packaged in simple set ups for 90% of most common applications.