One general distinction between a screw and a bolt is that bolts are driven from the outside of the head, whereas screws are operated by a central drive. Another key difference is that bolts are generally used in conjunction with unthreaded holes and secured using Nuts, but screws are fastened directly into a threaded hole. However, many customers find that there is no universal distinction between these components, and there are numerous exceptions to these rules.
AccuGroup stocks a wide range of Bolts, which are ideal for high-precision, heavy-duty fastening applications. Plain Bolts are AccuGroup's most common Hexagon Bolt range, and feature a reinforced, unthreaded portion below the head. For installation into pre-tapped holes, Fully Threaded Hexagon Bolts are available. A variety of specialist variants are also sold, including Flanged Bolts, Carriage Bolts and Coach Bolts.
AccuGroup’s Hxagon Bolts are available in an array of materials, including A2, A4, and A4-80 Stainless Steel, as well as Bumax, Aluminium, Brass, Nylon, PEEK and Titanium. Chemical Blackening and Thread Locking Patches are also available on Stainless Steel components.
Imperial and Metric Ranges
A full range of imperial and metric sizes are available, and standard components range from M2 up to M36 in diameter. Lengths from 3.00mm up to 300.00mm are also available.
Bespoke Hexagon Bolts Manufacture
High precision, bespoke manufacture of Hexagon Bolts to customer specification. State of the art facilities specialising in both small batch prototyping and large scale manufacture.