Screw And Nuts | Bolts

Screw And Nuts

Screws and nuts are used to attach pipes, fixtures, and other components to each other or to a surface. Screws are typically inserted into pre-drilled holes and secured with nuts on the opposite side, creating a strong and secure connection. Nuts can also be used to adjust the tension or tightness of a connection by tightening or loosening them with a wrench or pliers.

Screws and Nuts: Screws and nuts are also commonly used to secure parts and components. For example, screws and nuts are used to attach handles to ovens and refrigerators, secure burners in place, and fasten equipment legs to the floor. 

Bolts: Bolts are another type of fastener that are similar to screws and nuts, but differ in how they are used. Bolts are typically larger and stronger than screws, and they are usually used in applications where a high level of clamping force is required. Bolts are often used in construction and engineering applications to attach heavy machinery, bridges, and other large structures.

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