STRENGTHEN AND SEAL YOUR THREADS WITH SCREW RETAINER
Screw retainer is an adhesive product used to seal all types of threads: screws, nuts, studs, etc. In particular, it reduces the risk of accidental unscrewing. Professionals can discover thread lockers created by Würth in our e-Shop.
ANAEROBIC GLUE THAT IS USED TO FIX AND SEAL BOLTS
Known as "thread locker" or "bearing lock", screw retainer belongs to the family of anaerobic glues, products that harden in the absence of air and in contact with metal. It can be used on all existing threads (screws, nuts, studs, tapped sockets ...) and is used:
to prevent a threaded system from being released unintentionally by shock or vibration
to seal threaded systems and protect them from corrosion.
CERTIFIED, RESISTANT, ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY AND PRACTICAL SCREW RETAINERS
NSF-approved as food-safe in accordance with the ANSI61 standard, Würth screw retainers can be used in fields as varied as automotive and shipbuilding, the manufacture of metal and tools, machines and engines, electronics, and more.
Our bearing locks for professionals have the ability:
to withstand thermal variations as well as many alkalines, gases, solvents, oils and fuels, etc.
to respect the user and the environment (they do not contain silicone, oil or solvent)
to be very easy to use, and with one hand, thanks to their patented dosing cap that allows you to pour only the amount of product you need, and leaves no residue in the distribution neck.
DIFFERENCES BETWEEN NORMAL THREAD LOCK AND STRONG THREAD LOCK
To obtain a good seal, ensure that both parts to be assembled are free from traces of grease or dust, then coat them with product before proceeding with assembly. You don't know yet which thread locker to choose? Take into account the specificities of our two flagship models:
high-strength screw retainer is ideal for parts that are under high stress
medium-strength screw retainer allows you to disassemble your threaded system more easily afterwards (whereas high-strength screw retainer requires you to heat the connection to more than 250° C for disassembly).