Self-tapping screws are a common type of fastener used on the job site that can make your life easier. When used correctly, they can save you time and a potential headache when fastening materials.
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Any time you’re working with metals, there’s always a risk of corrosion. This corrosion is typically caused by exposure to certain environmental elements, such as excessive moisture or oxygen.
Whether we’re talking about screws, nails, or any other type of fastener, there are several different types at your disposal. Each one has a specific use case and works best for a certain application.
Self-tapping screws and self-drilling screws are two of the most common types of fasteners. Both types of screws are heavily used in general construction, especially when it comes to metal fastening.
However, the differences between self-drilling screws and self-tapping screws can sometimes fly under the radar.
Let’s dive into self-drilling screws and self-tapping screws, how they work, and their individual use cases.
On the job site, you can never be too prepared for any safety hazard.
It would be ideal if job sites could eliminate fall hazards.
Unfortunately, this isn’t possible. There are instances where working at height is necessary to get the job done on nearly every job site.
In these cases, we turn to fall protection to help workers stay safe.
But what does proper fall protection actually entail? Do your workers know how to use fall protection equipment? Do they know how to identify potential fall hazards that might not seem apparent?
If not, fall protection
Many tools are used on the job site, from small hand tools to big and heavy power tools.