PennEngineering® Datasheets for Studs

Studs are mechanical fasteners which are threaded on one or both ends. One end is secured to an object. The other end is used typically with a nut.
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Features and Benefits: Enlarged head diameter reduces stress on panel. Thicker head allows for larger hole in attached panels. Clinch design provides high-strength in sheets as thin as .031" /...
PEM Type SGPC swaging collar studs can install into most panel material, provide strong torque-out resistance and are suitable for close centerline-to-edge situations. These studs can also accommodate multiple panels...
PEM® self-clinching studs are installed by placing them in properly sized holes in the sheets and squeezing into place with any standard press. The squeezing action embeds the head of...
Installs into sheets as thin as .024" / 0.6mm. Can be installed into dissimilar materials and/or multiple panels. Allows for close centerline-to-edge distance. Installed into most panel material, including stainless...

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