Metric Heavy Hex Head Structural Bolt, ASTM A325 A490 Heavy Hex Bolts, Hot dip galvanized 8.8 heavy hex bolt for electric equipment Finish: ZINC, Plain Material: Steel, carbon steel Standard: DIN FINISHED: Black,ZINC HDG,Dacroment. PLAIN SIZE: M45,M4,M12 M72,M56 M3.5 LENGTH: 60MM-300MM GRADE: 4.8,6.8 8.8 10.9 TYPE: hexagon bolt customized Certificate: ISO9001 Metric Heavy Hex Head […]
Black Carbon Steel Hex Bolt, High Quality Hexagon Bolts, High Stretch Structure Bolt, Hex Bolts, Zinc Plating Hexagon Head Bolts
Surface treatment: Black
Style: Black Color Hex Bolt
Type: Hex Bolts
Material: 45#steel, 35Crmo
Black Carbon Steel Hex Bolt Used: Mechanical upper connection
From screws and anchors to hex bolts, WINDO’s has all the fasteners you need to safely complete both household tasks and heavy-duty jobs. Hex bolts, also known as hex cap screws, fasten wood to wood or metal to wood. Hex bolt heads are commonly used in residential and commercial applications for both machinery and construction projects. They’re either secured with nuts or used in threaded holes that keep them in place. Looking for hex flange bolts or hex head shoulder bolts? At WINDO’s we carry all types in a range of diameters, lengths and finishes to suit a variety of jobs. Looking specifically for black hex bolts? We have those too. No matter what, we have the fastener you need to get the job done, and we’re here to help you find it.
Hex bolts, also known as hex cap screws, fasten wood to wood or metal to wood. Hex bolts are commonly used in residential and commercial applications for both machinery and construction projects. They’re either secured with nuts or used in threaded holes that keep them in place.
Hex bolts are used to fasten two or more parts together to form an assembly either because it cannot be manufactured as a single part or to allow for maintenance and repair disassembly. By definition “A Bolt is a headed and externally threaded mechanical device designed for insertion through holes in assembled parts to mate with a nut and is normally intended to be tightened or released by turning that nut.” When used with a preformed internally threaded (tapped) hole, the hex bolt’s head is turned to tighten, which technically makes it a screw (see our Tech Data section for a discussion regarding the differences between bolts and screws). Hex bolts are also known as: hex head bolts, cap screws, hex cap screws, hex head cap screws, machine bolts, hex machine bolts, hex head machine bolts and, if fully threaded, tap bolts, hex tap bolts and hex head tap bolts. A hex bolt is often differentiated from a hex cap screw by its underhead bearing surface: if it has a circular boss, called a washer face, it’s a hex cap screw—if it doesn’t then it’s a hex bolt.