A corrosion resistant steel alloy. The most common stainless steel for general hardware use.
A highly corrosion resistant grade of stainless steel. Ideal in salt water and chlorine environments.
A low carbon steel for general use. Zinc plated for moderate corrosion resistance.
A tempered medium carbon steel. Zinc plated for moderate corrosion resistance. Grade 5 falls between grade 2 and grade 8 in strength, and is commonly found in automotive applications.
A tempered medium carbon steel. Grade 8 is stronger than grade 5, and is commonly found in high strength automotive applications. Unplated finish.
A low carbon steel for general use. Chrome plated and polished for a mirror like finish.
A low carbon steel for general use. Hot dipped galvanized is a coating for very good corrosion resistance.
Solid bronze. An alloy of copper with greater strength and corrosion resistance than brass. Exact color varies.
Bolts with a very large flat head and machine threads for use with a nut.