Self-tapping screws have sky-rocketed in popularity over the last few years. This is because they promise maximum convenience when compared to many other types of screws. Essentially, self-tapping screws have the ability to drill their own little tunnels when screwed...Read more
- What Is a Self-Tapping Screw?
Everyone hates the painful task of turning a screw in by hand with a screwdriver. Can an electric drill be used, in much the same way as a screwdriver, to turn in or remove screws, you may ask? Well quite simply, the answer to that...Read more
If you are in the midst of a project, you are probably wondering whether or not to use self-tapping screws. The good news is that these types of screws are easy to use and offer a number of benefits. For example, the vast majority of self-tapping screws...Read more
Galvanic corrosion refers to corrosion damage that develops when two dissimilar materials are combined in a corrosive electrolyte. This is mostly found in marine environments. When dissimilar materials or metals combine, they create a positive and negative end of an electric circuit. One of the metals becomes the...Read more