Long-Lok Fasteners Corporation Datasheets for Bolts

A bolt is a type of threaded hardware fastener that is used to position two workpieces in specific relation to each other. A bolt is specifically designed to be used with a mating, internally threaded hole or nut, which will maintain the bolt's alignment as well as the material's position on the bolt. While used synonymously, screws and bolts are not mechanical clones.
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Product Name Notes
Pre-Applied Adhesive Fasteners -- Dri-Loc® Dri-Loc® adhesives (from Loctite Corporation), applied to threaded parts, form a unique coating that converts ordinary fasteners into self-locking fasteners. Dry to the touch, Dri-Loc adhesives become an integral part...
Prevailing Torque Self-Locking Fasteners -- Long-Lok® Inserts Long-Lok strip fasteners are manufactured by forming a narrow longitudinal slot long enough to assure engagement with the female thread in an otherwise normal bolt or screw, and compressing a...
Self-Locking Fasteners -- Omni-Lok™ Omni-Lok fasteners incorporate single or multiple pins, fully contained in holes located within the thread, and held parallel to the longitudinal axis. The pin is precisely located in such a...
Prevailing Torque Self-Locking Fasteners -- Poly-Lok® Poly-Lok® is today’s most advanced, most reliable prevailing torque type self-locking fastener. And it’s all due to the unique polyester patch material that is more resilient, has higher strength, and...
Self-Locking Fasteners -- Tek-Lok™ Tek-Lok® self-locking threaded fasteners obtain locking action from an engineered plastic pellet compressed into a hole drilled in the threaded region of the fastener, to a depth slightly below the...
Dual Locking Self-Locking Fasteners -- Dual-Lok® The patented Dual-Lok process is designed specifically for use in higher temperature applications. Using Vespel™ inserts as its locking element, Dual-Lok fasteners have the capability to withstand high to low...
Self-Locking Fasteners -- Dyna-Thred® II The patented Dyna-Thred lock is formed of the fastener itself and requires use of no additional locking element materials. Locking action takes place in a full hoop, 360° around the...