From traditional coach and roofing bolts all the way to multi fix, eye, and anchor shield bolts. We can offer a large range of bolts, washers and nuts for most applications.
Coach bolts, also known as carriage bolts, are a type of bolt designed specifically to be used in woodworking. In particular, they are intended to be used for fastening metal to wood. Carriage bolts feature a shallow domed head, typically either square, circular, or hexagonal in shape.
Washer, machine component that is used in conjunction with a screw fastener such as a bolt and nut and that usually serves either to keep the screw from loosening or to distribute the load from the nut or bolt head over a larger area. For load distribution, thin flat rings of soft steel are usual.
Roofing bolts are a type of bolt that is manufactured with a large flat head, sometimes known as a mushroom head, making them ideal for affixing to thin materials. The wide surface area of their head allows the holding force of the bolt to be spread further than a standard bolt, meaning a secure holding that is less likely to damage the material it is affixed to when under stress.
Heavy duty metal anchors are great for securing those heavy loads, they work on a variety of materials including concrete, brickwork and stone. So, if you’re thinking of putting up cabinets, frames, brackets or any other heavy items, then look no further as these heavy-duty metal anchors have you covered.
A heavy-duty general-purpose expansion bolt for use with most types of concrete and masonry. Shield anchors provide a high load-bearing fixing option for a variety of application types by transferring the load across the material.
The Multi-Fix bolt is designed to replace all of these fixings in various types of concrete, brick, stone, wood and block. Not only are these bolts stronger but they are faster and easier to install. With a patented concave thread design, coated with micron technology to give the ultimate corrosion resistance - this stress-free, non-expansion through fixing provides a rapid, low torque installation.
Gutter bolts are used to fix fibre cement gutters together and should be used with a hole seal washer. The slotted head allows the bolt to be inserted and removed with ease. The countersunk head ensures the bolt can be fully inserted for a flush finish