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    New product provides a easy way for companies to identify the surface area of threaded and nonthreaded fasteners, especially as changes in wood preservative treatments act to accelerate metal fastener corrosion in wood.

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    Rammer, Douglas R.; Zelinka, Samuel L. 2011. Measuring the surface area of fasteners. Fastener technology international. Vol. 34, no. 1 (Feb. 2011): p. 40-41.


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