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Coarse vs Fine Thread – What Thread Type Do I Need?

Fastener Thread Styles

Have you ever been stuck trying to figure out when to use a coarse thread vs fine thread fastener? Don’t worry you aren’t alone. Most people would be surprised to learn about the significant characteristic differences between the two. Each type of threading has its own benefits that the other style lacks.  Read on to learn more about coarse vs fine thread fasteners and never choose the wrong thread type again.

Picking the Correct Countersink for Your Next Job

What are Countersinks Used for?

A countersink is a cutting tool that cuts a conical hole into a base material and can be used for a number of different applications. The main use of countersinks is to cut a hole to allow the head of a countersunk screw or bolt, when fastened into the hole, to sit below or flush with the surface of the base material. They are also used after drilling and tapping applications to remove any burrs that are left behind.

Proper Safety Precautions WILL Save Money & Lives

Safety is a Job Everyone Needs to Take Seriously

While working at heights, it is very important to take the proper safety precautions & to use the correct fall protection equipment each and every time. No matter the size of the job, safety should never take a back seat.

Marine Grade 316 (A4) Stainless Steel Bi-Metal Self-Drilling Screws

EJOT® SUPER-SAPHIR JT6 Self-Drilling Screws

EJOT® SUPER-SAPHIR JT6 self-drilling screws are made from Marine Grade 316 Stainless Steel Bi-Metal. They feature a screw head and threads that are made of 316 stainless steel, providing exceptional corrosion protection and superior ductility. SUPER-SAPHIR JT6 self-drilling screws have a classic drill point and are designed to drill, form the thread and fasten components in one work step. The drill point is made of hardened carbon steel that is

Find the Correct Cutting Wheel for Your Next Job

United Abrasives Cutting Wheels Make Tough Jobs Easy

The versatility of United Abrasives cutting wheels has made the jobs of welders, fabricators and maintenance technicians easier. Cutting wheels provide them with a quick and simple way to cut pieces of metal without the need for dragging around bulky equipment. But to truly get the most out of your cutting wheels, without sacrificing time or efficiency, users need to know how to choose the correct cutting wheel for the job they are

Tool Drop Safety Solutions Guide – Fall Protection for Tools

Safety Solutions with Tanner

Tanner’s main goal as a Safety Solutions Specialist is to make sure everyone arrives home safe from the job site each and every day. We strive to spread the word on the importance of using the proper personal protection, fall protection & tool drop protection equipment. Safety is a 24/7 job that everyone needs to take part in.

Corrosion Resistant Construction Fasteners from Elco

Featuring High-Performance Stalgard® Corrosion Resistant Coatings

To meet the needs of the wide range of concrete & masonry applications in corrosive environments, Elco Construction Products has developed Stalgard®, a specialized corrosion resistant coating. Specifically designed for critical fastening applications in concrete & masonry in exposed environments, don’t take any chances, choose Elco fasteners with Stalgard® corrosion resistant coating.

Self-Drilling Screws – How They Work

Self-Drilling Screws eliminate the need for separate drilling and tapping operations, helping provide the user with a faster, more economical installation process. Self-Drilling Screws operate on the same basic principles as a drill bit or other cutting tool. Performance for these screws are determined by cutting speed, feed rate, depth of cut and the working material being drilled into.

Champion Impact Ready Industrial Cutting Tools

Are You Ready for Impact

With power tools changing, your cutting tools need to change with them. Luckily Champion Cutting Tools hex shank tools are ready for impact. Innovation doesn’t have to be ground breaking, it just has to be problem solving.

Stay Safe from Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Working with an Invisible & Silent Killer on the Jobsite

This invisible & silent killer is Carbon Monoxide (CO), a poisonous, colorless, odorless & tasteless gas. Carbon Monoxide may be odorless, but often gets mixed with other gases with an odor. Carbon Monoxide is a common industrial hazard, CO is the result of the incomplete burning of material containing carbon such as, natural gas, gasoline, kerosene, oil, propane, coal and wood. One of the most common sources of carbon monoxide