The wing bolt belongs to a large family of fasteners. This type of bolt also mechanically connects two or more things together. You can choose wing screws for wood, metal or plastic. One of the great advantages of this fastener, and what sets it apart from other fasteners, is that it creates a manually releasable joint. This is also very important because in this case no tools are needed to fasten objects or tools. Read more...

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• Wing bolt and screw
• Type: Metric M6

Gross price (including 27% VAT): 2.25€ (Net price: 1.77€)

• Wing bolt
• Type: Metric M6
• This article number referrs to the 2506306.00 order number chromed wing bolt product

Gross price (including 27% VAT): 2.25€ (Net price: 1.77€)
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High-quality wing screws guarantee that, for example, components for antennas and bicycles are securely fastened even when used outdoors. But these types of fasteners are not only perfect for outdoor applications, but also for indoor use. They are often used for fixing lamps and small household appliances. Wing bolts can have a number of different functions, so when choosing this type of fastener, pay attention to its material.

What sizes of wingscrews are available?

When buying a fastener, it is important to choose the right size of screw. Therefore, we need to know what the length of the screw should be. This is the distance between the bottom of the bolt and the bearing surface of the bolt head. Depending on this, you can choose a wing bolt with a length of 10 mm, 12 mm, 15 mm, 17 mm, 20 mm, 25 mm, 30 mm, 35 mm and 40 mm. Another important detail to pay attention to is the thread size.

The thread of a wing bolt refers to the serration that runs on the outside of the screw shank. This ensures the wing bolt's fastening capabilities. The ISO metric standard is used to define the thread. The M dimension represents the size of the wing bolt in millimetres. What does this mean in concrete terms? For example, an M4 screw has a thread diameter of 4 mm. In this case, you can choose between M4, M5, M6 and M8 fasteners.

What material are wing bolts made of?

Wing bolts can be made from a variety of materials, such as stainless steel, plastic, or even copper alloy, etc. They also have a wide range of coatings. Because what good is a strong material if it is prone to corrosion. For example, we often come across chrome-plated, galvanised wing bolts. This coating greatly increases the corrosion resistance of the screw. This can be an important consideration if, for example, the wing bolt is to be used outdoors. But there are other reasons for choosing a bolt made of different materials, such as strength, heat resistance or cost.

Zinc is easy to work and cheap, so wing bolts made from this material offer good heat resistance. If cost-effectiveness is a priority when purchasing this type of fastener, plastic versions offer the right choice. They have similar properties to their metal counterparts, but are available at a fraction of the price.

For what types of projects are wingscrews recommended?

If you want to use a wing bolt in an area where it needs to resist oxidation and conduct heat and electricity well, go for the aluminium version. For coils where magnetic permeability is important, use a winged fastener made of brass. If you want to use the winged coil in a location where visibility and aesthetics are important, stainless steel versions will look very good.

In areas where it's terribly important that all components, including the screw, are made of a tough material, titanium screws are the way to go. Long-life wing bolts made of plastic, PVC are widely used in the automotive industry, and these versions are also resistant to chemicals, so if you are looking for fasteners for this area, you should buy this type.

Can wing bolts be used for both indoor and outdoor applications?

Naturally, in this case, we need to look at the task for which we want to use these fasteners and based on that, we should choose the right bolt. For outdoor applications, choose the coated versions because they are weather resistant. For indoor use, the strength and resistance to heat and acid are the most important factors to consider. Wing bolts are used for a wide range of tools and equipment.

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