A Coach Screw is a heavy duty self-tapping fasteners which is a hexagonal head having threaded cylindrical shaft that tapers to a point at the tip. They are primarily used for holding together heavy timber, fixing metal to timber and with a wall plug in masonry work as they are extremely sturdy and reliable.
When they are to be screwed into a wooden place before that a general purpose drill bit is used to prevent the wood from breaking .A correct wrench or spanner has to be used to prevent the head of the screw from getting damaged during installation. Also one can use a washer to avoid embedding the screw head into the wood. Coach bolts, frequently called coach screws, are self-tapping fasteners with the head of a hexagon bolt are used in joins in construction projects.
Hexagonal shape can be easily used with any plier, wrench or spanner. These metal pieces are available in a huge range of sizes, ranging from the very small ones ideal for furniture and easily assembled by the consumer to extremely huge ones, which are used in large scale construction projects. When they are inserted into timber, the threads dig in into the wood and their heads prevent the rivets from slipping all the way through, due to the compression which is simultaneously created and hence get fixed properly. At Bhalla Fasteners we can make length ranges from 40 mm to 180 mm. to make sure that you’re using the correct wrench or spanner so as to prevent the head of the screw from getting damaged during installation.