What are bonding fasteners?
Bonding Fasteners were originally designed to provide a strong load-spreading anchor in plastic, GRP and laminated products, but have found a host of other uses where conventional fasteners cannot meet the requirements. They can be bonded into the substrate or alternatively can be surface-mounted to most materials by means of adhesives or mechanical fasteners such as screws, rivets or nails. Each part consists of a Stud or Female Thread welded to a perforated Base Plate.
There are 4 basic standard Thread/Stud Forms: (shown here welded to a typical Base Plate)
These are combined with any one of the following Base Plates:
Other base plates available are:
|19mm||15mm||38 X 19mm|
|32mm||30mm||38 X 76mm|
Base Plates with female threads can be manufactured either open or closed to suit the application. Male plain stud types can be used with various types of Push-on Fasteners. Contact us for details.
The following pages show the most popular combinations but, subject to minimum order quantities, we can supply any variation and length of stud and the base plates above, including the thread/stud mounted horizontally onto the base plate. If you require a combination that is not included in the following pages, please contact our Sales Office.
All the above types are Zinc Plated Mild Steel as standard. 316 Stainless Steel is also available to special order.