Copper screws are a common fastening element used in many residential and commercial applications and produced from an alloy of materials comprised primarily of copper and zinc, along with various other details such as aluminium, iron, and nickel. Copper screws were created with two goals: improved strength and corrosion resistance. Its highly resistant properties have made it ideal for outdoor use in areas exposed to constantly changing weather patterns and high humidity levels. The varying levels of each material used in the alloy result in dramatic variations in the required torque levels to ensure proper fastening. This allows for safer construction when utilizing copper screws vs traditional options, which require significantly higher torque levels, forcing strain on both the screw and the secured object.
Copper screws are an incredibly versatile fastening material, boasting applications in everything from HVACR and electrical to masonry and auto-repair. Their superior conductivity and corrosion resistance make them ideal for electronics, wiring, or marine uses. At the same time, their strong bond and hardness allow them to weather impacts while still being easy to remove. Copper screws' uniformity offers a consistent tightening torque that helps engineers craft precise repairs easily. Furthermore, their unique properties enable them to be put into conditions like temperature changes and harsh environments without risking damage. With their valuable properties and various applications, small copper screws are helpful for DIYers and professionals. The main uses of these screws are in shipping construction, manufacturing industries, electrical appliances, saltwater appliances and chemical areas.
These screws in our industry are made with all international specifications so that quality is not compromised. They have ASTM B 151 and ASME SB 151 specifications with standards of IS, ASTM, ASME, DIN, JIN, EN and all the international and national standards. The size is also an essential factor which is why they are available in sizes of M3 to M56 (inch variation of 3/6" to 2"). They have a length of 3mm to 200mm to meet every customer's demand, also can be custom made.
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