Principle of titanium alloy screw titanium screw, titanium nut is the use of the object bevel circular rotation and friction of the physical and mathematical principles, step by step to tighten the tool.
Titanium standard parts: titanium screws, titanium bolts, titanium nuts, titanium screws
Material: TA1, TA2, TC4, Gr1, Gr2, Gr5 specification: M4 ~ M25×L standard: GB DIN ISO
Classification of titanium fasteners
1. Titanium screws: round head screws, self-tapping screws, hexagon screws, countersunk head screws, word screws,
Square head screw, double head screw, non-standard screw, fastening screw, standard screw, flat head screw
2.. Titanium bolts:
Outer hexagon bolt, square neck bolt, half round head bolt, countersunk head bolt, carriage bolt, all kinds of instrument lathe bolt, special-shaped non-standard bolt application: electroplating, aluminum oxidation (anode decomposition), chemical industry, watch industry, medicine, breeding, electronic hardware, plastic and other industries.
Titanium nuts hexagon nuts, self-locking nuts, circular nuts, knurled nuts, slotted nuts,
Hexagon nuts for precision machinery, special-shaped non-standard nuts.
Titanium screw is an indispensable industrial necessity in daily life for standard parts of titanium. General screws for televisions, electrical products, etc.; Transportation equipment, aircraft, automobiles, and so on for the size of screws used.
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