Studs and clinch studs
Classic threaded studs, studs, stud screws, and double end studs have no screw head but threads on both ends, one of which is called the installation end, the other is called the nut end. While the installation end remains in the component, the nut end serves the purpose of attaching a counterpart. In general, the threaded ends are separated by a shaft. We deliver threaded studs and studs in all typical installation lengths.
Additionally, we produce clinch studs. These are installed into the components with special tools under application of pressure, thus creating a permanent connection that is not easily severed. This type of screw is frequently used in construction or engineering where certain connections shall remain permanent.