- 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
Not all screws are made the equal. Different sizes, threads, metals and grades are complimented sophisticated designs that create enhance action - ideal for hard metal substrates and plastics that would otherwise need a hole cut in them first to take the screw. Manufactured with a variety of...Read more