INNOVATIVE METHODS FOR FASTENING TO STEEL

Which technology is right for you?

Three fast and reliable ways for fastening to steel

Sharp tip fastening

A fastening technology where a sharp tip fastener is driven by a powder-actuated tool into the base material, creating a high-quality connection.

  • Suitable for high-frequency applications where each fastening can be completed in a few seconds
  • Stainless steel fasteners for mildly corrosive environments where penetration through base material is acceptable
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X-BT blunt tip fastening

A revolutionary fastening technology where a blunt-tip fastener with a smooth shank is driven by a powder-actuated tool into a pre-drilled hole in the base material, creating a high-quality connection.

  • No damage to base material corrosion protection in non-through penetration applications
  • Stainless steel fasteners (equivalent corrosion protection as A4(316) ) for highly-corrosive environments
  • Fiber reinforced polymer (FRP)/stainless steel fasteners for mildly-corrosive environments
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S-BT blunt tip screw fastening

An innovative fastening technology where a blunt-tip stainless steel fastener with a threaded shank is driven by a torque-controlled driver into a pre-drilled hole in the base material creating a strong, tapped connection.

  • No damage to base material corrosion protection in non-through penetration applications
  • Stainless steel fasteners (equivalent corrosion protection as A4(316) ) for highly-corrosive environments
  • Carbon steel fasteners (Duplex coating, equivalent to 45 µm hot-dip galvanized) for mildly-corrosive environments
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