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  1. Five Industrial Fastener Mistakes For some people, using industrial fasteners is very simple. They essentially choose the type of fastener they need and complete their project rapidly and efficiently. However, for some it is a little more difficult. If you are having trouble using your fasteners correctly, consider the following. Those who do not know a lot about nails, screws, bolts, and nuts often find themselves making mistakes. While these mistakes may be simple and easily avoided, once they are made, they can completely ruin a project. 5 most common mistakes you should try to avoid. Using The Wrong Kind of Fasteners- Fasteners come in all shapes and sizes. While it may seem to some that a nail is just a nail and a screw is just a screw, there are several different kinds of these fasteners and no two are alike. Consider for a moment that you have decided to replace the shingles on your roof and you grab concrete nails. This type of nail is not going to work well because it is designed specifically for going into concrete or masonry. For this type of project, you need roofing nails. Ensure you are utilizing the right sort of latches before you start your venture. Not Using Enough Fasteners- Suppose for a minute that you chose to settle the kitchen table, yet you lost a couple screws en route. On the off chance that you neglect to supplant these screws, the table is not going to face the heaviness of your next supper; it may not stand up by any means. Absolutely never attempt to hold back on the quantity of latches you utilize. The outcomes can be unfortunate. Placing The Fasteners in the Wrong Location- When you are introducing your deck, the area of your deck screws or deck nails is critical. This location will determine whether you can walk across your deck or simply fall through to the ground. Make sure to measure and mark where every single fastener need to be placed. Spacing The Fasteners Too Far Apart- The space between your fasteners is essential. If you are working on the walls of your home, you will need to attach the drywall to the wall studs. If you place to drywall screws at the top of your wall, but none at the bottom, what is going to keep the dry wall in your home secure? Use proper spacing with your fasteners to ensure your project turns out great.

  2. Using Fasteners That are Too Short or Too Long- When you are hammering nails into your roof to secure your shingles, there is a good chance you don't want to be doing the same thing next month. If you use nails that are too short, the heat and moisture can cause the nails to pop up and loosen. On the contrary, if you have decided to finally fix the leg on your coffee table, using nails that are too long may result in the nail sticking out and scraping your leg every time you walk by. For the unpracticed, industrial fasteners can be a tricky subject. However, with these tips you will have no issue making sure your project is done right the first time. Swarna Fasteners is counted in the list of prominent Industrial Fasteners Manufacturers. We are offering our brilliant range in different sizes and specifications in order to meet the diversified requirements of the market. We use graded raw material to manufacture our range. These will offer durability and reliability during operation. The clients looking for brilliant range at competitive rates should contact us. Contact Details: Swarna Fasteners Contact Person: Mr. Sidharth Jain Mobile : +91-9818958213 Phone : +91-11-23213016, +91-11-27429776 Address : 2628, Hudson Line, Kingsway Camp, Delhi-110009, India Email: swarnasourcingservices@gmail.com http://www.nutboltwala.com/