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A fastener or fastening is a hardware device that mechanically joins or affixes two or more objects together. In general, fasteners are used to create non-permanent joints; that is, joints that can be removed or dismantled without damaging the joining components. Welding is an example of creating permanent joints.
SS Nut Bolt

SS Nut Bolt

Rs 200  / KilogramGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 5 Kilogram

Type of BoltsU-Square, Round-head, Centre Head, Milled Head
ShapeHex
ConditionNew
Connection TypeWelded, Female, Male
MaterialSteel, Aluminium
Is It CustomisedCustomisation
Grade304, 304L

The distinction between a bolt and a screw is commonly misunderstood. There are several practical differences, but most have some degree of overlap between bolts and screws.

The defining distinction, per Machinery's Handbook,[2] is in their intended purpose: Bolts are for the assembly of two unthreaded components, with the aid of a nut. Screws in contrast are used in components which contain their own thread, and the screw may even cut its own internal thread into them. Many threaded fasteners can be described as either screws or bolts, depending on how they are used.

Bolts are often used to make a bolted joint. This is a combination of the nut applying an axial clamping force and also the shank of the bolt acting as a dowel, pinning the joint against sideways shear forces. For this reason, many bolts have a plain unthreaded shank (called the grip length) as this makes for a better, stronger dowel. The presence of the unthreaded shank has often been given as characteristic of bolts vs. screws,[3] but this is incidental to its use, rather than defining. The grip length should be chosen carefully, to be around the same length as the thickness of the materials, and any washers, bolted together.[4] Too short places the dowel shear load onto the threads, which may cause fretting wear on the hole. Too long prevents the nut from being tightened down correctly. No more than two turns of the thread should be within the hole.[4]

Where a fastener forms its own thread in the component being fastened, it is called a screw.[2] This is most obviously so when the thread is tapered (i.e. traditional wood screws), precluding the use of a nut,[2] or when a sheet metal screw or other thread-forming screw is used.

A screw must always be turned to assemble the joint. Many bolts are held fixed in place during assembly, either by a tool or by a design of non-rotating bolt, such as a carriage bolt, and only the corresponding nut is turned.



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MS Nut Bolt

MS Nut Bolt

Rs 50  / KilogramGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 5 Kilogram

ShapeHex
Nut TypeBroaching, Etching, Drilling, Furniture Bolt
ConditionNew
Connection TypeFemale, Male
Rust ResistantNo
ColorSilver
MaterialMild Steel

The distinction between a bolt and a screw is commonly misunderstood. There are several practical differences, but most have some degree of overlap between bolts and screws.

The defining distinction, per Machinery's Handbook,[2] is in their intended purpose: Bolts are for the assembly of two unthreaded components, with the aid of a nut. Screws in contrast are used in components which contain their own thread, and the screw may even cut its own internal thread into them. Many threaded fasteners can be described as either screws or bolts, depending on how they are used.

Bolts are often used to make a bolted joint. This is a combination of the nut applying an axial clamping force and also the shank of the bolt acting as a dowel, pinning the joint against sideways shear forces. For this reason, many bolts have a plain unthreaded shank (called the grip length) as this makes for a better, stronger dowel. The presence of the unthreaded shank has often been given as characteristic of bolts vs. screws,[3] but this is incidental to its use, rather than defining. The grip length should be chosen carefully, to be around the same length as the thickness of the materials, and any washers, bolted together.[4] Too short places the dowel shear load onto the threads, which may cause fretting wear on the hole. Too long prevents the nut from being tightened down correctly. No more than two turns of the thread should be within the hole.[4]

Where a fastener forms its own thread in the component being fastened, it is called a screw.[2] This is most obviously so when the thread is tapered (i.e. traditional wood screws), precluding the use of a nut,[2] or when a sheet metal screw or other thread-forming screw is used.

A screw must always be turned to assemble the joint. Many bolts are held fixed in place during assembly, either by a tool or by a design of non-rotating bolt, such as a carriage bolt, and only the corresponding nut is turned.



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  • High Tension Nut Bolt
  • High Tension Nut Bolt
High Tension Nut Bolt

High Tension Nut Bolt

Rs 10  / PieceGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 25 Piece

CoatingSelf
Tensile StrengthHigh
ConditionNew
Surface FinishingBlackening
Surface TreatmentBlack Oxide
ShapeCircular, Hex

We are successfully meeting the varied needs of our patrons by offering a wide gamut of High Tension Nut Boltas per their precise needs.

The distinction between a bolt and a screw is commonly misunderstood. There are several practical differences, but most have some degree of overlap between bolts and screws.

The defining distinction, per Machinery's Handbook,[2] is in their intended purpose: Bolts are for the assembly of two unthreaded components, with the aid of a nut. Screws in contrast are used in components which contain their own thread, and the screw may even cut its own internal thread into them. Many threaded fasteners can be described as either screws or bolts, depending on how they are used.

Bolts are often used to make a bolted joint. This is a combination of the nut applying an axial clamping force and also the shank of the bolt acting as a dowel, pinning the joint against sideways shear forces. For this reason, many bolts have a plain unthreaded shank (called the grip length) as this makes for a better, stronger dowel. The presence of the unthreaded shank has often been given as characteristic of bolts vs. screws,[3] but this is incidental to its use, rather than defining. The grip length should be chosen carefully, to be around the same length as the thickness of the materials, and any washers, bolted together.[4] Too short places the dowel shear load onto the threads, which may cause fretting wear on the hole. Too long prevents the nut from being tightened down correctly. No more than two turns of the thread should be within the hole.[4]

Where a fastener forms its own thread in the component being fastened, it is called a screw.[2] This is most obviously so when the thread is tapered (i.e. traditional wood screws), precluding the use of a nut,[2] or when a sheet metal screw or other thread-forming screw is used.

A screw must always be turned to assemble the joint. Many bolts are held fixed in place during assembly, either by a tool or by a design of non-rotating bolt, such as a carriage bolt, and only the corresponding nut is turned.



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  • Stud Bolt
  • Stud Bolt
  • Stud Bolt
Stud Bolt

Stud Bolt

Rs 10  / PieceGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 25 Piece

Product TypeNut, Bolt, Threaded
Surface TreatmentBlack Oxide, Black, Plain
ShapeCircular
ConditionNew
Rust ResistantYes
ThreadedYes
ColorBlack
MaterialCarbon Steel

We are successfully meeting the varied needs of our patrons by offering a wide gamut of Stud Bolt. 

The distinction between a bolt and a screw is commonly misunderstood. There are several practical differences, but most have some degree of overlap between bolts and screws.

The defining distinction, per Machinery's Handbook,[2] is in their intended purpose: Bolts are for the assembly of two unthreaded components, with the aid of a nut. Screws in contrast are used in components which contain their own thread, and the screw may even cut its own internal thread into them. Many threaded fasteners can be described as either screws or bolts, depending on how they are used.

Bolts are often used to make a bolted joint. This is a combination of the nut applying an axial clamping force and also the shank of the bolt acting as a dowel, pinning the joint against sideways shear forces. For this reason, many bolts have a plain unthreaded shank (called the grip length) as this makes for a better, stronger dowel. The presence of the unthreaded shank has often been given as characteristic of bolts vs. screws,[3] but this is incidental to its use, rather than defining. The grip length should be chosen carefully, to be around the same length as the thickness of the materials, and any washers, bolted together.[4] Too short places the dowel shear load onto the threads, which may cause fretting wear on the hole. Too long prevents the nut from being tightened down correctly. No more than two turns of the thread should be within the hole.[4]

Where a fastener forms its own thread in the component being fastened, it is called a screw.[2] This is most obviously so when the thread is tapered (i.e. traditional wood screws), precluding the use of a nut,[2] or when a sheet metal screw or other thread-forming screw is used.

A screw must always be turned to assemble the joint. Many bolts are held fixed in place during assembly, either by a tool or by a design of non-rotating bolt, such as a carriage bolt, and only the corresponding nut is turned.



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GI Nut Bolt

GI Nut Bolt

Rs 50  / KilogramGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 5 Kilogram

ShapeRound
Nut TypeEtching, Broaching, Furniture Bolt
ConditionNew
FinishingZinc Plated, Powder Coated, Polished
MaterialSteel, Brass, Nickel

The distinction between a bolt and a screw is commonly misunderstood. There are several practical differences, but most have some degree of overlap between bolts and screws.

The defining distinction, per Machinery's Handbook,[2] is in their intended purpose: Bolts are for the assembly of two unthreaded components, with the aid of a nut. Screws in contrast are used in components which contain their own thread, and the screw may even cut its own internal thread into them. Many threaded fasteners can be described as either screws or bolts, depending on how they are used.

Bolts are often used to make a bolted joint. This is a combination of the nut applying an axial clamping force and also the shank of the bolt acting as a dowel, pinning the joint against sideways shear forces. For this reason, many bolts have a plain unthreaded shank (called the grip length) as this makes for a better, stronger dowel. The presence of the unthreaded shank has often been given as characteristic of bolts vs. screws,[3] but this is incidental to its use, rather than defining. The grip length should be chosen carefully, to be around the same length as the thickness of the materials, and any washers, bolted together.[4] Too short places the dowel shear load onto the threads, which may cause fretting wear on the hole. Too long prevents the nut from being tightened down correctly. No more than two turns of the thread should be within the hole.[4]

Where a fastener forms its own thread in the component being fastened, it is called a screw.[2] This is most obviously so when the thread is tapered (i.e. traditional wood screws), precluding the use of a nut,[2] or when a sheet metal screw or other thread-forming screw is used.

A screw must always be turned to assemble the joint. Many bolts are held fixed in place during assembly, either by a tool or by a design of non-rotating bolt, such as a carriage bolt, and only the corresponding nut is turned.



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  • HT Nut Bolt
  • HT Nut Bolt
  • HT Nut Bolt
HT Nut Bolt

HT Nut Bolt

Rs 10  / PieceGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 25 Piece

Usage/ApplicationIndustrial
Tensile StrengthHigh
MaterialMS
Surface FinishingBlackening

We are successfully meeting the varied needs of our patrons by offering a wide gamut of High Tension Nut Boltas per their precise needs.

The distinction between a bolt and a screw is commonly misunderstood. There are several practical differences, but most have some degree of overlap between bolts and screws.

The defining distinction, per Machinery's Handbook,[2] is in their intended purpose: Bolts are for the assembly of two unthreaded components, with the aid of a nut. Screws in contrast are used in components which contain their own thread, and the screw may even cut its own internal thread into them. Many threaded fasteners can be described as either screws or bolts, depending on how they are used.

Bolts are often used to make a bolted joint. This is a combination of the nut applying an axial clamping force and also the shank of the bolt acting as a dowel, pinning the joint against sideways shear forces. For this reason, many bolts have a plain unthreaded shank (called the grip length) as this makes for a better, stronger dowel. The presence of the unthreaded shank has often been given as characteristic of bolts vs. screws,[3] but this is incidental to its use, rather than defining. The grip length should be chosen carefully, to be around the same length as the thickness of the materials, and any washers, bolted together.[4] Too short places the dowel shear load onto the threads, which may cause fretting wear on the hole. Too long prevents the nut from being tightened down correctly. No more than two turns of the thread should be within the hole.[4]

Where a fastener forms its own thread in the component being fastened, it is called a screw.[2] This is most obviously so when the thread is tapered (i.e. traditional wood screws), precluding the use of a nut,[2] or when a sheet metal screw or other thread-forming screw is used.

A screw must always be turned to assemble the joint. Many bolts are held fixed in place during assembly, either by a tool or by a design of non-rotating bolt, such as a carriage bolt, and only the corresponding nut is turned.



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U Clamp

U Clamp

Rs 2  / PieceGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 50 Piece

StructureSuspension Clamp
Size Range1/2
Thickness5mm to 10mm
Packaging TypeBox, Bag, Cartoon
Our manufactured U Clamp for Piping are manufactured from high grade quality material. These are known for their unmatched quality and unbeatable price in market. These are available in multiple sizes and load bearing capacities, our U clamps can cater varied needs of the clients. U Clamp are used household or any piping purpose.

Features:

  • High Load Capacity due to one piece design.
  • Supplied with two or four Nuts.
  • Special U Bolts with longer tangents and threads can be furnished on request.


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Hose Clamp

Hose Clamp

Rs 1  / PieceGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 50 Piece

MaterialStainless Steel
Material Grade202, 304, 316 L
PatternHose
ApplicationAutomobile Sector

We have in store a wide array of Stainless Steel Worm Drive Hose Clamp, which is made keeping in mind the requirements of chemical, food and marine industry at our vendors' end. Our vendors design the offered hose clamp as using advanced tool to ensure their accurate design. Moreover, they manufacture these hose clamps by making use of high grade raw material to provide non throbbing surfaces on the clamp which protect the hose from damages. Apart from this, a a recommended clip can be used for smaller diameters in case of emergency requirements since the perforations on the clamps are done at extended lengths.

 

Features:

  • Seal the hose onto a fixed fitting
  • Protects the hose
  • Longer service life

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Jubilee Clip

Jubilee Clip

Rs 2  / PieceGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 1 Piece

MaterialStainless Steel
Usage/ApplicationAutomobile Sector
Material Grade202, 304, 316 L
PatternHose

We have in store a wide array of Hose Clamp, which is made keeping in mind the requirements of chemical, food and marine industry at our vendors' end. Our vendors design the offered hose clamp as using advanced tool to ensure their accurate design. Moreover, they manufacture these hose clamps by making use of high grade raw material to provide non throbbing surfaces on the clamp which protect the hose from damages. Apart from this, a a recommended clip can be used for smaller diameters in case of emergency requirements since the perforations on the clamps are done at extended lengths.

 

Features:

  • Seal the hose onto a fixed fitting
  • Protects the hose
  • Longer service life

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  • Klipco Hose Clamp
  • Klipco Hose Clamp
  • Klipco Hose Clamp
Klipco Hose Clamp

Klipco Hose Clamp

Rs 3  / PieceGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 50 Piece

Usage/ApplicationHose Pipe Fitting
MaterialMild Steel
Product TypeHose Clamp, One Piece Clamp, Plain Band Clamp
Surface TreatmentPolished

We have in store a wide array of Hose Clamp, which is made keeping in mind the requirements of chemical, food and marine industry at our vendors' end. Our vendors design the offered hose clamp as using advanced tool to ensure their accurate design. Moreover, they manufacture these hose clamps by making use of high grade raw material to provide non throbbing surfaces on the clamp which protect the hose from damages. Apart from this, a a recommended clip can be used for smaller diameters in case of emergency requirements since the perforations on the clamps are done at extended lengths.

 

Features:

  • Seal the hose onto a fixed fitting
  • Protects the hose
  • Longer service life


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