About 100 years ago the standardization of construction components has been implemented to improve the devision of work and has been continuously expanded until now.
Standard parts are simple, standardized parts for multiple use like screws, nuts, bolts, and others and are usually produced from special companies. The amount of standard parts constantly increases and continually subject to further development. Standard parts are commonly mass-produced items, which are categorized and distributed by specialized dealers.
Common standard parts in Klokow online shop are screws, nuts, washers, threaded bars and bolts.
Standards are defined by special standardization committees in a way that they are interchangeable and quality parameters are met.
The label DIN provides information about the type of component, the material quality, the type of coating and the strength. That holds truth especially for standard parts of fastening technology. In a separate selection list are also common sizes regulated, so that the choice of standard parts is relatively easy for the user.
Screws are standard parts to fasten at least two work pieces. They are used in all areas of our life. When first screws were used to fasten components in mechanical engineering, ship construction, vehicle construction, wood construction and so on, screws are now also used in the areas of electrical engineering, optical industry, precision mechanics (watches) and even medical technology. Most of the screws are standardized. There are screws with external or internal hexagonal head, external square, slit drive or star drive. Screws are available with metric thread or imperial thread, fine thread, normal thread or wood screw thread. Also the material screws are made of vary. There are screws with various alloys and strength classes. Screws made from brass, stainless-steel, titanium or plastic are also available.
The Klokow online shop offers all common screws. If your screw is not available in our shop, please use the contact form and inquire about screws.
In addition to standard parts there are also many non-standardized fastening components available, but they also are often characterized by company standard or similar specification. The classic shape is for example the SPAX- and chipboard screw.