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Tornillos cautivos

 (8 conjuntos de productos)

¿Qué son los tornillos cautivos?

Los tornillos cautivos son fijaciones diseñadas para colocarse en protecciones o equipos. Los tornillos convencionales suelen introducirse a través de un orificio de paso de una pieza y atornillarse en un orificio roscado de otra, de manera que la primera pieza quede apretada a la segunda. Sin embargo, cuando la fijación se desenrosca del orificio roscado del segundo componente, se separa fácilmente del primero. Los tornillos cautivos están diseñados para evitar que esto suceda. Pueden girar libremente dentro del primer conjunto, con cierto movimiento axial, pero no pueden separarse de él.
Un tornillo cautivo es una fijación especial que encaja dentro de un montaje o carcasa concreto y que suele tener una parte sin rosca debajo de la cabeza llamada vástago reductor. El tornillo queda atrapado, por lo que no sale completamente del orificio o lo hace cuando se desmonta el objeto. Los tornillos cautivos proporcionan una sujeción permanente y se pueden seguir extrayendo de la instalación, pero solo intencionadamente.

Ventajas de los tornillos cautivos

Los tornillos cautivos ofrecen un considerable ahorro de costes al reducir el tiempo de montaje y el número de componentes necesarios. Además, pueden mejorar la estética de un producto, ya que los tornillos permanecen en su sitio a lo largo del proceso. Por otro lado, mejoran la fiabilidad gracias a su seguridad, lo que conlleva una menor probabilidad de fallos o pérdidas de componentes. Por último, hay un menor riesgo de lesión, ya que los tornillos cautivos eliminan cualquier peligro potencial causado por tornillos sueltos.

¿Cómo instalar tornillos cautivos?

Los tornillos cautivos son fáciles de instalar y se suelen utilizar con una brida de retención o una arandela de retención. Para instalar un tornillo cautivo con una brida de retención, primero se debe presionar la brida sobre el panel. A continuación, hay que atornillar el tornillo cautivo a la brida hasta que se alcance la sección reducida del diámetro.

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Captive Screws - Countersunk

En stock En producción

Captive Screws are secure joint fasteners designed to remain attached to the component they are installed in, even when fully loosened, providing convenience, security and ease of use in a variety of applications. They are a popular choice for applications where screws need to be removed frequently or where safety is a concern, as these screws will stay firmly in place and will not loosen from the assembly.

This range of Captive Screws features a countersunk head and hexagonal drive. Hexagonal drives are ideal for precision assembly and are used where less surface area is available. They are used to comply with Machinery Detective 2006/42/EC - in general, ISO 1207, which requires fasteners to stay attached to fixed guards or applications when they are removed.

The screws are made from Stainless Steel, which is corrosion resistant and slightly magnetic. These screws are commonly used in electronics, industrial machinery, cabinets, panels and medical devices.

Please keep in mind that because these screws have a smaller shank diameter, they should not be tightened to the suggested torque for an identical screw with the same thread size.

  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • AISI 303, 1.4305
  • Tensile strength: 550 N/mm²
  • Proof stress min. 190 N/mm²

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Captive Screws - Cap Head

En stock En producción

This range of Captive Screws feature a cap head with a hexagonal drive. Hexagonal drives are ideal for precision assembly and are ideally used where less surface area is available.

They are an ideal fitting solution for panels with non-threaded holes. They are used to comply with the Machinery Detective 2006/42/EC - generally to ISO 4762. Captive Screws are commonly used with Threaded Captive Washers (sold separately).

These screws are made from Stainless Steel that provides good resistance to corrosion and machinability.You can find a group of screws with a blackened finish and others without. The material is a popular choice for construction and automotive applications.

Please Note: These screws have a smaller shank diameter and should not be tightened to the recommended torque for an equivalent screw of the displayed thread size.

  • Material: Stainless Steel, Titanium
  • AISI 303, 1.4305
  • Tensile Strength: 550 N/mm²

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Captive Screws - Pan Head

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This range of Captive Screws have a pan head with two options: one with a Torx drive and one with a Philips drive. On the one hand, Screws with Torx drive provide a positive, quick engagement that transmits torque with less downward pressure. In contrast, screws Philips drive can withstand high torque, making them a good choice for applications requiring a tight fit and making the screw easy to remove, even if it has been driven in tightly. They both offer an excellent fastening appearance, ideal for finished product presentation.

These screws are an ideal fitting solution for panels with non-threaded holes. The M8 sizes have a reduced Torx, while the M3, M4, M5, and M6 sizes have a Philips drive. They are used to comply with the Machinery Detective 2006/42/EC - generally to ISO 14583. Captive Screws are commonly used with Threaded Captive Washers (sold separately).

These screws are made from austenitic Stainless Steel that provides good resistance to corrosion and machinability. The material is a popular choice for construction and automotive applications.

Please Note: These screws have a smaller shank diameter and should not be tightened to the recommended torque for an equivalent screw of the displayed thread size.

  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • AISI 303, 1.4305
  • Tensile Strength: 550 N/mm²
  • Proof Stress Minimum: 190 N/mm²

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Captive Screws - Cheese Head

En stock En producción

This range of Captive Screws feature a cheese head with a hexagonal drive. Hexagonal drives are ideal for precision assembly and are ideally used where less surface area is available.

They are an ideal fitting solution for panels with non-threaded holes. They are used to comply with the Machinery Detective 2006/42/EC - generally to ISO 1207. Captive Screws are commonly used with Threaded Captive Washers (sold separately).

These screws are made from Stainless Steel that provides good resistance to corrosion and machinability. The material is a popular choice for construction and automotive applications.

Please Note: These screws have a smaller shank diameter and should not be tightened to the recommended torque for an equivalent screw of the displayed thread size.

  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • AISI 303, 1.4305
  • Tensile Strength: 550 N/mm²

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Captive Screws - Button Head

En stock En producción

Captive Screws are fasteners designed to remain attached to the component they are securing, even when fully loosened, providing convenience, security and ease of use in a variety of applications. They are a popular choice for applications where screws need to be removed frequently or where safety is a concern, as these screws will stay firmly in place and will not loosen from the assembly.

This range of Captive Screws has a button head and a Torx drive. Torx drives provide a positive-engaging, fast-locating technique for transmitting drive torque with less necessary downward pressure. They are an excellent fitting option for panels with non-threaded holes when used in conjunction with our threaded captive washers. They are used to comply with Machinery Detective 2006/42/EC - typically to ISO 14583, which requires fasteners to stay attached to fixed guards or applications when they are removed.

The screws are made from Stainless Steel, which is corrosion resistant and slightly magnetic, and you can find a group of screws with a blackened finish and others without.These screws are commonly used in electronics, industrial machinery, cabinets, panels and medical devices. Please keep in mind that because these screws have a smaller shank diameter, they should not be tightened to the suggested torque for an identical screw with the same thread size.

  • Torx drives provide a positive-engaging, fast-locating technique for transmitting drive torque with less necessary downward pressure.
  • Used to comply with Machinery Detective 2006/42/EC - typically to ISO 14583.
  • Designed to remain attached to the component they are installed in, even when fully loosened.
Material: 316 Stainless Steel, 303 Stainless SteelColour: Material Flammability Standard:

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Captive Thumb Screws - Low Head

En stock En producción

This range of Captive Thumb Screws features a low head. They are an ideal fitting solution for panels with non-threaded holes. They are used to comply with the Machinery Detective 2006/42/EC.

They are commonly used with Threaded Captive Washers (sold separately).

The screws are made from austenitic Stainless Steel that provides good resistance to corrosion and machinability, and you can find some of them with a blackened finish and others without. The material is a popular choice for construction and automotive applications.

Please Note: These screws have a smaller shank diameter and should not be tightened to the recommended torque for an equivalent screw of the displayed thread size.

  • This range of Captive Thumb Screws features a low head. They are an ideal fitting solution for panels with non-threaded holes. Available in a choice of Blackened or Natural finishes.
  • Made from austenitic Stainless Steel that provides good resistance to corrosion and machinability.
  • The material is a popular choice for construction and automotive applications.
Material: 316 Stainless Steel, 303 Stainless SteelColour: Material Flammability Standard:

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Captive Thumb Screws - Low Head with Slot

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This range of Captive Thumb Screws features a low head with a slotted drive. Slotted drives accept standard blade screwdrivers and require less downward pressure to drive parts, than those with recessed openings. An appropriately fitted blade should be used to minimise slippage.

These screws are an ideal fitting solution for panels with non-threaded holes. They are used to comply with the Machinery Detective 2006/42/EC. They are commonly used with Threaded Captive Washers (sold separately).

The screws are made from austenitic Stainless Steel that provides good resistance to corrosion and machinability, and you can findsome of them with a blackened finish and others without. The material is a popular choice for construction and automotive applications.

Please Note: These screws have a smaller shank diameter and should not be tightened to the recommended torque for an equivalent screw of the displayed thread size.

  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • AISI 303, 1.4305
  • Tensile Strength: 550 N/mm²
  • Proof Stress Minimum: 190 N/mm2

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Captive Thumb Screws - Long Head

En stock En producción

This range of Captive Thumb Screws features a long head. They are an ideal fitting solution for panels with non-threaded holes. They are used to comply with the Machinery Detective 2006/42/EC.

They are commonly used with Threaded Captive Washers (sold separately).

The screws are made from austenitic Stainless Steel that provides good resistance to corrosion and machinability, and you can find some of them with a blackened finish and others without.. The material is a popular choice for construction and automotive applications.

Please Note: These screws have a smaller shank diameter and should not be tightened to the recommended torque for an equivalent screw of the displayed thread size.

  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • AISI 303, 1.4305
  • Tensile Strength: 550 N/mm²
  • Proof Stress Minimum: 190 N/mm2

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