Screws with a smooth shank and tapered point for use in wood.
Screws with threads for use with a nut or tapped hole.
Thread Cutting Machine Screws
Machine screws with a thread cutting (self tapping) point.
Sheet Metal Screws
Fully threaded screws with a point for use in sheet metal.
Self Drilling SMS
A Sheet metal screw with a self drilling point.
Bolts with a hexagonal head with threads for use with a nut or tapped hole.
Abbreviated HHMB or HXBT
Bolts with a smooth rounded head that has a small square section underneath.
Bolts with a wood thread
and pointed tip.
Socket screws, also known as Allen head are fastened with a hex Allen wrench.
Machine screws with no head for screwing all the way into threaded holes.
A bolt with a circular ring on the head end. Used for attaching rope or chain.
Similar to an eye bolt but with wood threads instead of machine thread.
Bolts in U shape for attaching to pipe or other round surfaces. Also available with a square bend.
J shaped bolts are used for tie-downs or as an open eye bolt.
Shoulder bolts (also known as stripper bolts) are used to create a pivot point.
Elevator bolts are often used in conveyor systems. They have a large, flat head.
Hanger bolts have wood thread on one end and machine thread on the other end.
We stock a wide range of ancors and rawlbolts
Fastener Head Styles
A countersunk head with a flat top.
A countersunk head with a rounded top.
Abbreviated OH or OV
A slightly rounded head with short vertical sides.
An extra wide head with a rounded top.
A domed head.
A hexagonal Head.
Abbreviated HH or HX
A hex head with built
Slotted Hex Washer
A hex head with built in washer and a slot.
A small cylindrical head using a socket drive.
A low profile rounded head using a socket drive.
Fastener Drive Types
Phillips and Pozi
An X shaped drive.
A slot in the head.
A combination of slotted and Phillips drives.
Socket, Hex or Allen
A hexagonal hole for use with an Allen wrench.
Installs with a normal slotted driver but can not be removed without special tools.
Also known as Robertson drive.
Abbreviated SQ or SD.
A six-pointed star pattern, specifically designed to prevent cam-out and stripped heads.
Fastener Nut Types
A six sided nut. Also referred to as a finished hex nut.
Nylon Insert Lock
A nut with a nylon insert
to prevent backing off.
Also referred to as a Nylock
A hex nut with a reduced height.
Nylon Insert Jam Lock
A nylock nut with a reduced height.
A nut with ‘wings’ for hand tightening.
A nut with a domed top over the end of the fastener.
Acorn nuts are a high crown type of cap nut, used for appearance.
A nut with a built in washer like flange.
A nut designed to be driven into wood to create a threaded hole.
A four sided nut.
Prevailing torque lock Nut
A non-reversible lock nut used for high temperature applications
K-Lock or Kep Nut
A nut with an attached free-spinning external tooth lockwasher.
Coupling nuts are long nuts used to connect pieces of threaded rod or other male threaded fasteners.
Slotted nuts are used in conjunction with a cotter pin on drilled shank fasteners to prevent loosening.
Castle nuts are similar to slotted nuts but with the slots in a rounded section above the main nut.
Fastener Washer Types
A flat washer used to
distribute load. Available in SAE, USS, and other patterns.
An oversize flat washer used to further distribute load especially on soft materials.
A washer used to obtain a ‘finished’ look. Usually used with oval head screws.
Split Lock Washer
The most common style of washer used to prevent nuts and bolts from backing out.
External Tooth Lock Washer
A washer with external ‘teeth’ Used to prevent nuts and bolts from backing out.
Internal Tooth Lock Washer
A washer with internal ‘teeth’ Used to prevent nuts and bolts from backing out.
A square shaped washer.
Dock washers have a larger outside diameter and are thicker than standard.
Thick, large diameter, cast iron washers with a curved or sculpted appearance. Typically used in dock and wood construction
A neoprene washer bonded to a metal backing. Used to seal out air/water or dampen noise and vibration.