Value Fastener is Your Premium Fastener Distributor
Value Fastener is your source for industrial and military-grade screws, bolts, nuts, washers, and other premium fasteners. Contact us today to learn more about our selection of fastening products.
Types of Premium Screws at Value Fastener
At Value Fastener, our screws are made from premium materials to ensure you have the best fasteners for your job. We offer a wide range of screws made for various applications. Our inventory of screw styles includes:
are hardened fasteners that feature special alternated threading for concrete and masonry applications. These screws utilize a specialized ceramic material coating that provides protection from corrosion.
are headless fasteners designed to be inserted into a predrilled hole. Used as a wood-to-wood fastener, dowel screws are designed to join two pieces of wood together.
feature a uniform diameter along the length of the shaft. Machine screws are used primarily to fasten machine components and appliances.
Hex Cap Screws
Hex cap screws
are large screws characterized by hexagonal heads and machine threading. Hex cap screws can be used with nuts and washers to create a powerful hold. Hex cap screws are available in a wide range of materials, including various grades of stainless steel, aluminum, silicon bronze, and military spec materials
Self-Tapping/Sheet Metal Screws
are designed to tap and thread their own holes as they are installed. These screws help eliminate the need for drilling when used with the proper materials, helping create an efficient solution for larger projects.
are manufactured to pierce light gauge metals, tapping their own mating threads as they are driven into the surface material. While similar to self-tapping screws, self-piercing screws feature an extra-sharp point allowing for penetration into certain metals. Also known as zip, needlepoint, saber point, sprint point, and twinfast screws, self-piercing screws are efficient fasteners when used with compatible metal materials.
Socket Cap Screws
Also known as Allen head screws, socket cap screws
feature an internal hex socket drive in the head of the screw. Because the drive of the screw is internal, these screws have a smaller surface area than hex cap screws, making them ideal for applications requiring a smaller profile.