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...|