At Cal-Fasteners, Inc. Keeping cables and wiring neatly organized can make a huge difference in your workplace. Tripping hazards can be eliminated, and simply being able to keep track of what goes where can make installing or removing equipment a far faster and easier process.
Our plastic and nylon fasteners are made of non-metallic materials including acetal, polycarbonate, PVC and polypropylene. From prototypes to production we machine all kinds of metal fasteners to metal stud fasteners to non-threaded metal fasteners. We take pride in offering exceptional service, remarkable pricing, and lead times that can't be beat.
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Step 1 - Obtain necessary zoning and building permits. Check out property line setback requirements. Find surveyors pins if the fence is to be located near property lines or have the lot surveyed.
Threaded connections, such as bolts and nuts, are used in a wide variety of applications, ranging from plastic toys to massive bridges. The one similarity that ties them together is that these connections need to stay together when we want them to, but also come apart when needed. For example, the valve covers on an engine have to stay in place while driving, but we also need them to be removable, so we can service the engine components.
For more vibration resistance than thread-locking screws or screws with a split lock washer, wire these screws together through the hole in the head. Wire these screws together through the hole in the head for better vibration resistance than any other rounded head screw. Wire these screws together through the hole in the head to get more vibration resistance than any other screw.
Mounting hole cable ties are effective for use in a wide variety of cable and wire bundling applications that require that a wire or cable bundle be attached to another surface such as a control panel, wall, or ceiling. The one piece construction with a mounting hole feature outside the head of the tie allows for consistent performance and reliability. This design allows for use of a screw or rivet for clamping. The wire or cable bundle can be bundled before or after the clamp is in place.
Thumb screws provide a secure grip for tightening and loosening by hand. Commonly used for wire guiding, hanging pipes and fixtures, and other tie-wire applications, hanger bolts have a flat end with a hole. A stiff wire attached to these hangers supports suspended ceilings and lighting fixtures.