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Orders after these dates will be delivered in January.


Thread Connectors


  Thread  Connectors
  • A hex connection nut or thread connector is a threaded fastener for joining two male threads, most commonly threaded rod.
  • The outside of the fastener is usually a hex so a wrench can hold it.
  • These are used to make up long rod assemblies from shorter lengths of rods.

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M6 Studding Connectors Zinc Plated (Pack of 100)*


Part No: FM06-SC-Z

Fixings Megastore

£5.15
Excl VAT: £4.29
12 Packs
In Stock

M8 Studding Connectors Zinc Plated (Pack of 100)*


Part No: FM08-SC-Z

Fixings Megastore

£9.82
Excl VAT: £8.18
149 Packs
In Stock

M10 Studding Connectors Zinc Plated (Pack of 100)*


Part No: FM10-SC-Z

Fixings Megastore

£20.66
Excl VAT: £17.22
280 Packs
In Stock

M12 Studding Connectors Zinc Plated (Pack of 100)*


Part No: FM12-SC-Z

Fixings Megastore

£27.89
Excl VAT: £23.24
20 Packs
In Stock

M16 Studding Connectors Zinc Plated (Pack of 100)*


Part No: FM16-SC-Z

Fixings Megastore

£53.87
Excl VAT: £44.89
139 Packs
In Stock

M20 Studding Connectors Zinc Plated (Pack of 100)*


Part No: FM20-SC-Z

Fixings Megastore

£101.16
Excl VAT: £84.30
14 Packs
In Stock
  • Studding connectors are a conncting element between two threaded bars.
  • These can be used to join any two pieces of threaded bar of the same size with a metric thread.

Zinc coatings prevent oxidation of the protected metal to create a longer lasting finish. It does this by forming a barrier and by acting as a sacrificial anode if this barrier is damaged. Zinc oxide is a fine white dust that (in contrast to iron oxide) does not trigger a breakdown of the substrates surface integrity as it is formed. The zinc oxide, if left intact, can act as a barrier to further oxidation, in a way similar to the protection afforded to aluminum and stainless steels by their oxide layers.