EXPANSION ANCHORS ARE TYPICALLY REQUIRED TO JOIN OBJECTS IN CONCRETE OR MASONRY. THESE BOLTS CONSIST OF A STEEL CASING WITH FINS AT ONE END, AND A STANDARD SCREW INSERTED IN THE CENTER OF THE CASING. INSTALLERS START BY DRILLING A HOLE, THEN INSERT THE BOLT BY HAND. ONCE THE BOLT IS IN PLACE, A SCREWDRIVER OR DRILL IS USED TO TIGHTEN THE SCREW. THIS PULLS THE SCREW UP INSIDE THE FINS OF THE BOLT, FORCING THESE FINS OUT TO THE SIDES.
USERS SHOULD KEEP IN MIND THAT AN EXPANSION ANCHOR IS ONLY AS STRONG AS THE MATERIAL IN WHICH IT IS INSTALLED. THIS MEANS THAT AN EXPANSION ANCHOR WILL NOT HOLD IF THE SURROUNDING SURFACE IS WEAK OR BADLY DAMAGED. EXPANSION ANCHORS MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR USE IN DAMAGED OR CRUMBLING CONCRETE OR SOFTER WOODS.
CNC stands for computer numerical control, and refers specifically to a computer “controller” that reads code instructions and drives the machine tool, a powered mechanical device typically used to fabricate metal components by the selective removal of metal. Our company could produce different kind of CNC PARTS by customer’s requirement.
Materials used: Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Titanium, Alloy Steels, Carbon Steels & Copper
Our company provides various types of Connector Parts, which are available in different sizes, shapes and specifications. Moreover, these connector parts can also be customized as demands of the customers.
In electrical and mechanical trades and manufacturing, each half of a pair of mating connectors or fasteners is conventionally assigned the designation male or female. The “female” connector is generally a receptacle that receives and holds the “male” connector.
These connector parts can be installed easily and used to all kinds of parts.