Galling of stainless steel fasteners can be immensely frustrating and difficult to understand, especially if the fasteners you are using have been inspected to indicate that they are of an acceptable standard. Galling is when the bolt twists off or the bolt’s threads seize up as...
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In marine and coastal construction two types of metals are typically used: stainless steel and aluminum. Stainless steel fasteners are seen as the better of these two options as aluminum products offer limited corrosion resistance. Stainless steel fasteners offer the following benefits: • Exceptional resistance to corrosion. • Durable...Read more
When using treated timber in any construction project, stainless steel fasteners and screws are your best option to avoid corrosion caused by chemicals. Although work is being done to reduce the corrosivity of preservative treated timbers, you still run the risk of compromising your safety when...Read more
When it comes to boat construction, it stands to reason that all fastenings need to be able to withstand a significant amount of exposure to the elements, which is why stainless steel fastenings are an excellent way to go in order to ensure the structural integrity...Read more
The CAMO Hidden Deck Fastening system is the first of its kind. It makes deck construction easy and affordable while offering a finish that is both safe and aesthetically pleasing. The CAMO Hidden Deck Fastening System works on hardwood, PVC deck board, treated lumber, cedar and composite...Read more
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