Stainless Steel 304 Left Hand Threaded Rod
The DIN 976-1 A2 STAINLESS STEEL 304 Left Hand Threaded Rod comes with a 1-meter length and full size from M6 to M27 specifications.
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Stainless Steel 304 Left Hand Threaded Rod Specifications
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A reverse-thread bolt ( sometimes called a left-hand or counter-thread bold) is precisely the same as a “regular” bolt with one key exception. On a reverse-threaded bolt, the ridges (or threads) wrap around the bolt cylinder in the opposite direction.
In practical terms, this means that you must turn them in a counter-clockwise direction in order to tighten them, unlike standard bolts, which tighten in a clockwise fashion. They are less common than ordinary bolts and used in specialized situations.
Do you know anti-thread stainless steel screws?
In daily life, we sometimes need to remove some screws by ourselves. Everyone tightens the screws clockwise and loosens counterclockwise, but I don’t know if you have discovered that some screws are tightened counterclockwise.
Tight? This kind of screw that will tighten counterclockwise is what we call an anti-thread stainless steel screw. Anti-thread, as the name implies, is the screw whose thread pattern is opposite to the normal screw.
So how do we judge whether a screw is a counter-thread stainless steel screw before use?
It’s very simple. We only need to hold the screw with the right hand, with the tail facing up. If the thread of the thread rotates towards the thumb, then this is orthodontic, otherwise, it is the reverse.
Generally speaking, most of the screws we come into contact with are orthodontic screws, but only on some special occasions and fields will the anti-dental screws be used.
Anti-thread stainless steel screws are generally made and used under special conditions of use, usually to prevent the screw from turning back in a dynamic environment.
According to the direction of rotation, left-handed screws are less likely to cause torque attenuation than right-handed screws, and the locking is more secure.
For example, the screw installation part will have a clockwise rotation working environment. If the orthodontic screw is used, it may loosen, while the reverse screw can become tighter and tighter. Such as grinders and tire screws, etc.
There are also some items that require both positive and negative threads to be fastened. For example, an assembled radiator has a reverse thread on one end, and the two radiators must be assembled together to have a positive and negative thread.
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There is also a case for dangerous equipment, such as gas tanks, in order to prevent unknowing people from accidentally opening and causing danger. Therefore, when we encounter anti-thread screws, we must consider whether this is a dangerous product and cannot be opened casually.