Clinch Screw

A Clinch Screw is a fastener, usually threaded, that, while pressed into ductile metallic, displaces the host material across the mounting hollow, inflicting it to cold flow into a particularly designed annular recess within the shank or pilot of the fastener, the major advantage of clinch screws is its high torque-out resistance (which determines the fastener’s ability to resist rotation within the material)

Product Range Standards Material Property Type Threads Grade Mechanical properties
3 MM to 8 MM As Per Requirement High Tensile SE-FH, HFH, FHL, FHLS, FH4, FHS, FHP, FHA, HFE, HFHS, FHX Metric, BSW, BSF, UNC, UNF, and as per costumers requirement. SAE 10B21, SAE 15B25, As Per Requirement
Mild Steel SAE1008 / SAE1010 / SAE 1018
Stainless Steel As Per Requirement SS202, SS304, SS316, SS316L