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Head Style
   Head Style       
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   Brazier       Brazier or modified brazier heads are oval-shaped. They are used in standard applications. 
   Cone / Pan       Cone or pan heads have a high profile. A cone head has a flat bearing surface and a flat top surface that rounds into a cylindrical side surface. 
   Countersunk       Countersunk heads should be specified whenever a flush surface is required. They are sometimes called flush heads. 
   Dome / Button       Dome heads or buttonheads are the most versatile and most commonly specified head style. This type of fastener features a low profile and a neat appearance. The dome head has twice the diameter of the fastener body, providing enough bearing surface to retain all but extremely soft or brittle materials. 
   Flat       Lockbolts have a flat head and a conical bearing surface. Flat head lockbolts may be countersunk or flush. 
   Large Flange       Large flange heads have twice the underhead bearing surface of dome heads. Typically, large flange heads are used in applications where soft or brittle materials must be joined to a rigid backing material. 
   Mushroom       Lockbolts have a mushroom-shaped head with a large, underhead footprint to distribute the load on softer materials. 
   Oval       Lockbolts have an oval-shaped head. 
   Round / Snap       The cross-sectional shape of the lockbolt head is round. Round heads are sometimes called snap heads. 
   Truss       Truss heads are used in applications where a low profile head is desired. In comparison to the fastener size, the diameter of the truss head is larger than the diameter of the corresponding round head. 
   Universal       Universal heads are oval-shaped. Some manufactures refer to universal heads as mushroom, brazier, oval or truss heads. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary head styles. 
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Collars
   Collar Styles Available       
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   Standard (Full Collar)       Most manufacturers specify shear strength and tensile strength with a full collar. 
   Low Profile (Half Collar)       The use of a low profile collar can help to increase the grip range of the pin. A half collar can reduce the tensile strength by about 45%. 
   Flanged       Flanged head collars can be used when the hole on the collar side is oversized or slotted. 
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Performance Strength
   Shear Strength       Shear strength is resistance to transverse loading. It is usually defined as force in Newtons (N) or pounds (lbs). 
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   Tensile Strength       Tensile strength is the amount of longitudinal load the fastener or joint can withstand before failure. 
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Dimensions
   Body Diameter       Body diameter is the diameter of the lockbolt, or the fastener size. 
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   Head Diameter       Head diameter is the distance across the lockbolt's head. 
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   Grip Range       Grip range is the minimum and maximum thicknesses of the materials or parts that a fastener is designed to secure when assembled. 
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Material / Finish
   Material       
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   Aluminum       Aluminum is a bluish, silver-white, malleable, ductile, light, trivalent, metallic element that has good electrical and thermal conductivity, high reflectivity, and resistance to oxidation. Aluminum is lighter than steel and not as strong. 
   Brass       Brass comes with good strength, excellent high temperature ductility and reasonable cold ductility, good conductivity, excellent corrosion resistance, good bearing properties and low magnetic permeability. 
   Bronze / Copper Base Alloy       A copper base alloy contains copper as the main alloying metal and one or more other metals, such as tin, zinc, or phosphorus.  Silicon bronze is a typical fastener alloy. 
   Copper       Copper is a common, reddish, metallic element that is ductile and malleable and one of the best conductors of heat and electricity. Copper also exhibits good corrosion resistance. 
   Inconel® / Incoloy®       Inconel® and Incoloy® are proprietary alloys which provide good strength and excellent resistance to oxidation and carbonization in high-temperature and aqueous environments. They are used for process piping, heat exchangers, heating element sheathing, and tubing for nuclear steam generators. Typically, these alloys are used at service temperatures below 650° C (1200° F). Inconel and Incoloy are registered trademarks of Special Metals Corporation. 
   Monel®       Monel® is a proprietary, high-strength alloy that resists a range of corrosive media, including seawater, hydrofluoric and sulfuric acids, and alkalis. Monel is a registered trademark of Special Metals Corporation. 
   Plastic       Fasteners are made of thermoplastic materials. 
   Rubber       Synthetic rubber includes Norprene®, neoprene, and silicone. Rubber fasteners are used in specialized applications for vibration damping and silencing. Norprene is a registered trademark of Norton Co. 
   Steel       Steel is a commercial iron that contains carbon in any amount up to about 1.7 % as an essential alloying constituent. Many grades of carbon steel and alloy steel are used as fastener materials. These materials may require coating to protect against corrosion. 
   Hardened Steel       Steel may be hardened in a number of ways, including a variety of quenching techniques in oil and water, passage through induction chambers, etc. Quickly cooling steel during processing freezes, traps and packs the carbon atoms inside the shrunken iron crystals, thereby producing a very hard and brittle metal. Although it is very hard, hardened steel cannot absorb much shock or impact without breaking. 
   Stainless Steel       Stainless steel is chemical and corrosion resistant and can have relatively high stress ratings. Many grades are used in fasteners. Although many stainless steels do not require anti-corrosion coatings, they cannot be hardened to same degree as carbon steels.  
   Titanium       Titanium is a hard, lustrous, silvery, element that is relatively abundant in the Earth's crust.  It is valued for its lightness, strength, and corrosion resistance. Titanium is used widely in the aerospace industry and medical applications (e.g., replacement joints). When alloyed with other metals, especially steel, titanium adds strength and oxidation resistance. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary metallic materials. 
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   Finish       
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   Anodize       Anodizing is a process for finishing aluminum alloys that uses electrolytic oxidation of the aluminum surface to produce a protective oxide coating. The anodic coating consists of hydrated aluminum oxide and is resistant to both corrosion and abrasion. Conventional coatings are 0.1 mil to 1.0 mil thick. They are usually transparent, but are sometimes colored. Anodizing preserves the natural luster and texture of the metal. An anodized coating is hard, durable, and will never peel. Under normal conditions, it will never wear through. Standard and decorative colors are available. This category includes hard-coat anodizing. 
   Black Oxide       Black oxide is a conversion coating that causes very little dimensional change. It is a uniform, continuous conversion of an existing metal to a black form of rust. Black oxide is used primarily on components where tight tolerances are needed, and mostly as a decorative coating. 
   Chrome       Chrome finish is an electroplated coating of chromium, applied for purposes of lubricity, wear resistance, and decoration. It is a bright and highly reflective finish. 
   Galvanized       Galvanizing is the practice of immersing clean, oxide-free iron or steel into molten zinc to form a zinc coating that is bonded metallurgically to the surface of iron or steel. Zinc coatings protect surfaces against corrosion by protecting base materials from the atmosphere. Because it is more electronegative than iron or steel, the zinc reacts with corroding agents first, providing a longer service lifetime for the part. 
   Gold       Gold plating provides total resistance to oxidation and corrosion. It also offers good electrically-conductive properties. Gold can be alloyed with cobalt to produce wear-resistant finishes. 
   Nickel Plated       Nickel plating applies a nickel coating to the surface of another material. 
   Phosphate       Phosphate coatings are produced by the chemical or electrochemical treatment of a metal's surface. Phosphate coatings provide corrosion resistance and a better surface for the adhesion of primers and paints.  
   Silver       Silver is the most electrically-conductive plating finish. It is often used in fasteners for electronics applications because of its electrical conductivity and signal transmittance. Silver oxidizes rapidly, but resists corrosion well. 
   Tin       Tin plating is often used on electronic fasteners made of brass materials. 
   Zinc Plated       Zinc plating applies a zinc coating to the surface of another material. 
   Zinc Chromate (Yellow)       Zinc chromate coatings apply a yellowish zinc surface to another material. 
   Other       Other unlisted finishes. 
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