The internally threaded studs are part of the elements for drawn arc stud welding and short cycle stud welding and are used for fixing and creating threads inside pre-existing holes in material such as metal, plastic or wood.

These studs are used to reinforce or restore the thread into a hole that may have been damaged or worn over time.

The choice of type of internally threaded studs depends on the specific requirements of the application and the type of material in which it is to be installed.

In A.T.S. you can find the internally threaded stud for drawn arc welding type ID, internally threaded with the thread length that varies according to the size of the internally threaded type ID complete with ceramic ferrule and is available with internal thread starting from M5 up to M16.

Through the use of the drawn arc stud welder, the internally threaded stud for drawn arc welding type ID is welded in a long cycle welding by using a ceramic ferrule or is welded with shielding gas using appropriate limitations.

The production of the internally threaded stud type ID is carried out using the 4.8 iron, it is also available the internally threaded stud for drawn arc welding type ID in the A2-50 stainless steel and the internally threaded stud for drawn arc welding type ID in 1.4571.

FAQ and insights

Internally threaded studs are characterised by the presence of threads within the bore. This allows them, once welded to capacitor discharges, to be screwed onto screws or threaded shafts, providing a secure connection. They are often used in various industrial and mechanical applications.

Internally threaded nuts are available in a variety of materials. In A.T.S. Lamberti you will find threaded nuts in stainless steel, copper-plated 4.8 steel, aluminium and brass. The choice of material depends on the specific requirements of the application, especially the material in which the item on which the threaded nut will be welded is made.


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