Bonding Fasteners

Jetloc Bonding Fasteners were originally designed to provide a strong load-spreading anchor in plastic, GRP and laminated products, but have found a host of other uses where conventional fasteners cannot meet the requirements. They can be bonded into the substrate or alternatively, can be surface-mounted to most materials by means of adhesives or mechanical fasteners such as screws, rivets or nails.

Each part consists of a Stud or Female Thread welded to a perforated Base Plate and there are 4 basic standard Thread/Stud Forms:
Jetloc Bonding Fasteners give you a solid metal anchor point on structures made from a variety of materials.
These bonding fasteners provide metal anchors on plastic, fasteners for carbon fibre, and fixing points for GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastic) products.
The bonding fasteners design can provide you with an invisible fix eliminating the need for unsightly fixing holes and additional “making good”.
They can be bonded to many different types of material and difficult shaped structures.
This type of fastener gives a load-distributing anchorage point reducing the risk of break-through on thin-wall structures
The holed base design gives increased surface area for adhesive to bond to and helps prevent rotation.

Fixing Methods for Bonding Fasteners

Moulding In
Parts are introduced during the moulding operation and the material flows through the holes in the base plate which bonds the Jetloc firmly in place. Mating parts can then be firmly fixed to the Jetloc fastener in the usual way.
These bonding fasteners are suitable for both injection and rotational moulding techniques.

The Jetloc fastener is simply glued to the substrate with a suitable adhesive. The adhesive flows through the holes in the Jetloc fastener increasing the bonding surface area and resisting twisting forces.

Wet Lay Up
Used in the manufacture of Glass fibre or Carbon Fibre products. Resin impregnated sheets are layered over the Jetloc fastener. The result is strong, metal fixing as an integral part of the finished product.

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