A fastener is a hardware device that mechanically connects or fastens two or more parts (or components) into a whole. Typically, fasteners are used for non-permanent joints; that is, joints that can be removed or removed without damaging the connected components. Steel fasteners are usually made of stainless steel, carbon steel or alloy steel.
Fasteners are used to fasten and fasten materials such as wood, metal, plastic or concrete. They include nuts and bolts, threaded rods, structural bolts, machine screws, rivets and others. Fastener brochures and technical sheets include information such as torque values and fastener dimensions to help you find the right fastener supply for your job.
Fasteners are widely used in energy, electronics, electrical appliances, machinery, chemical industry, metallurgy, mold, hydraulic and other industries. It is the most widely used mechanical basic parts for various industries such as machinery, equipment, automobiles, ships, railways, bridges, instruments, supplies, etc.