BSW-Whitworth, Hex Bolt/ Hex-Set, High Tensile/ R/ 8.8, Self-Colour and Zinc.

BSW-Whitworth, Bolts/ Set Screws, Hex Head, High Tensile (R), Self-Colour/ Zinc. Fixaball sells all sizes of Whitworth hex bolts and hex sets, at the best internet prices, with free delivery. Postage...
£2.69

BSW-Whitworth, Bolts/ Set Screws, Hex Head, High Tensile (R), Self-Colour/ Zinc.

Fixaball sells all sizes of Whitworth hex bolts and hex sets, at the best internet prices, with free delivery. Postage upgrades available at checkout.

Prices are per 1 item. Please note, fully threaded (sets) bolts are marked (SET - Fully threaded) on the drop down menu.

Orders placed before 2pm are dispatched same day (Mon-Fri).

Disclaimer: Occasionally, due to the rarity of these fasteners, some orders may need to be cancelled and fully refunded due to unavailability. Should this be the case, we will contact you, same day to explain and issue the refund. If your project is time sensitive or there are other matters to consider, please call and we will do our best to serve you well.

Bolt is the term used for a partially threaded fastener, with a head; designed to be used with a nut and washer. 

  • Most of these BSW – Whitworth hex head bolts are rare and cannot be replenished, hence, the high prices. 
  • Some have a zinc finish and some don't (self-colour), depending on stock availability. Please see the drop down menu; they are self-colour (sc) unless otherwise stated. 

Bolt vs Screw

(Please, call if you're not sure about the if you are selecting a hex-bolt of hex-set. SETS are labelled so when you select the sizes from the drop down menu)

A screw screws into something, a bolt joins several parts together, applying compression both sides of materials joined. A screw is fully threaded from underneath the head and a bolt is partially threaded (has a part-plain shank)

 

British Standard Whitworth (BSW) is a thread form developed by Sir Joseph Whitworth in 1841. The thread form has rounded roots and crests, a thread angle of 55 degrees; the thread form is specified in BS 84: 1956

 

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