The most common type of fastener, a hex head bolt is designed to be tightened with a standard spanner or ratchet and socket.
Popularly used in all assemblies, a standard hex bolt is a staple across the world.
Manufactured to ASME B18. 2.1, and includes an unthreaded ‘shoulder’ or portion of the shank.
A hex drive permits a greater torque load to be applied to the joint over most other drive types.
These set screws are made from grade 8.8 steel.
They are partially threaded and conform to DIN 933 standards.
Zinc plated for increased resistance to corrosion.
The UNF (Unified Fine) threads are part of the Unified Thread Standard (UTS), most commonly employed throughout the United States and Canada.
The threaded products on this page utilise this fine pitch UNF standard.