Clips or screws used to attach panels to the structure and to each other.
a device for connecting pallet components such as nails, staples, screws, bolts, lag, bolts, adhesives and welds
(n) A mechanical device that constrains two or more parts. Fasteners can rigidly join parts or can allow certain degrees of freedom. Some fasteners are meant to be disassembled for maintenance (e.g., screws and bolts), while others are considered permanent (e.g., rivets).
restraint that attaches to something or holds something in place
a connective mechanism used to join and secure materials together
a device which is used to firmly fix two separate items together
a mechanical device designed specifically to hold, join, couple, assemble, or maintain equilibrium of single or multiple components
an item used to bind, connect, hinge or combine items. Nuts, bolts, all purpose hooks, connectors, rivets are all fasteners.
any of a wide variety of mechanical securement devices and assemblies, including nails, staples, screws, cleats, clips, and bolts, which may be used to secure various components of a roof assembly.
A mechanical device for joining pallet components such as nails, staples, bolts or screws
Any means of holding two materials together. Screws, clips, nail, etc. fall into this category of hardware used to connect building materials.
hardware device that holds separate parts together: bolt, nail, plug, screw, pin, toggle, clasp, or damp.
Generic term for welds, bolts, rivets, screws, and other connecting devices.
A device used to attach components to masonry, typically nonstructural in nature.
A fastener is a hardware device that mechanically joins or affixes two or more objects together.