Fasteners for Construction
When it comes to construction, Metric & Multistandard understands the importance of using fasteners that are durable and capable of performing under extreme stress. We supply a variety of metric fasteners for all types of construction applications, including but not limited to:
- Roads & bridges
Heavy Duty Construction FastenersThe types of fasteners used in construction varies widely. All of our products are available in a range of materials and sizes. Popular fastening solutions for construction applications include:
Threaded Rods Construction FastenersTypically used to install drop ceilings in new buildings, threaded rods are designed to withstand intense tension and vibration. MMCC offers the most comprehensive range of metric threaded rods in the US, available in a variety of property classes.
Structural Hex Bolts Construction FastenersStructural hex bolts have a larger head and a shorter thread length than a regular hex head cap screw. These fasteners are typically used for the structural connections of buildings and bridges or in tandem with other fasteners. We offer structural hex bolts in a variety of lengths. We also supply the nuts and washers.
Specialty Screws Construction FastenersSpecialty screws are designed to serve unique functions. We offer a range of options, from stainless steel designs to heavy duty lifting ring bolts ideal for lifting large equipment. With our wide selection of styles, you are guaranteed to find the right screws for your construction project.
Selecting the Right Fastener for Your Construction ProjectRefer to the following for common considerations to keep in mind when selecting the appropriate fastener for your application requirements:
- Application material
- Whether you’re working with wood, metal, or concrete, different materials will require different fastening solutions
- Fastener material
- Our fasteners are available in a variety of materials and grades, each with their own set of advantages
- Is your site exposed to things like extreme heat, vibration, or harsh chemicals? Some fasteners are better suited to certain environments than others
- Consider the space you’re working in. This may affect which type of fastener is compatible with the kinds of tools you’re able to use