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Taptite 2000® – Thread-Forming in Metals

TAPTITE 2000® is a thread-forming screw with outstanding mechanical, fastening and ergonomic characteristics. The new version has an innovative new thread design – the Radius Profile™ Thread. The proven TRILOBULAR® principle is maintained while incorporating the beneficial thread design. TAPTITE 2000® fasteners reduce the overall joining costs by eliminating machining operations.

  • Applications
  • Features
Taptite 2000

High-strength pre-tensioned bolted connections with economical assembly for industrial requirements for process-safe assembly.

  • Automotive engineering/Chassis engineering
  • Plant and mechanical engineering
  • Vehicle engineering
  • Transport system construction
  • Rail vehicles
  • Engine mountings
  • Supporting structures, etc.

Taptite 2000

Using TAPTITE 2000® ensures that in metal-joining applications, you can eliminate work processes such as forming and the use of additional fastening elements. The trilobulare™ cross-section geometry of the shaft of the screw ensures that the thread is chiplessly formed, so that if a repair is needed it can accept a conventional threaded screw.

  • Low forming torque
  • High vibration resistance
  • High pre-load forces
  • Low end-load
  • High assembly reliability
  • Resist internal thread stripping
  • Excellent axial alignment
  • Results in higher strength internal threads due to the cold flow/work hardening that occurs during the forming of the nut thread