Fasteners for Stainless Assemblies

April 1, 2005
PEM self-clinching fasteners for thin stainless-steel sheets handle applications that demand corrosion resistance and light weight.

Products made from 400-Series stainless steel include panel fasteners, which incorporate captive screws to minimize loose parts and meet UL-1950 "service-area access" requirements; through-hole threaded and unthreaded standoffs; blind-threaded standoffs designed for stacking or spacing; and flush-head studs. The product line also includes nuts with corrosion resistance similar to 300-Series stainless. All are machined from specially hardened stainless steels and install permanently in sheets as thin as 0.030 in., becoming integral parts of an assembly.

PennEngineering Fastening Technologies
5190 Old Easton Rd.
Danboro, PA 18916
(800) 237-4736

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