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A complete line of studs for thin metal assemblies

05 April 2014

PEM self-clinching threaded studs in a range of designs offer application-specific benefits for thin metal attachments.

These studs provide a practical alternatives to weld studs or other joining methods by enabling easier installation with fewer production steps and more reliable performance in service.  They install quickly, securely, and permanently using a standard press.

The product line-up includes types of flush-head studs (whose heads will be flush with the sheet in which they are mounted) for use in aluminium or steel sheets as thin as 1mm and stainless versions offering optimum corrosion resistance in even thinner stainless steel assemblies; low-displacement flush head studs for effective close-to-edge installation, and non-flush studs for sheets as thin as 0.51mm.

In addition, there are heavy-duty studs whose heads project above the thin host sheet to distribute axial tightening force over a larger area and improve pull through resistance; Busbar studs functioning as superior electrical/mechanical attachment points; high tensile strength studs whose medium carbon alloy steel is heat-treated for high strength and hardness to withstand application demands; and concealed-head studs where the sheet opposite installation will remain smooth and unmarred.

PEM self-clinching threaded studs are available in a variety of materials and lengths.  Optional features include a dog point lead-in to promote quick location of the mating fastener and MAThread anti-cross-thread technology allowing threads to self-align and drive easily.


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