FAST-CON® is a patented metal snap fastening system that allows you to quickly connect panels and coverings by simply pressing; any removal occurs by exerting a slight traction on the panel. The FAST-CON® clip system allows for a concealed mechanical fixing, making the union of 2 parts quick and reliable.
FAST-CON® is made of 2 parts, male and female, in stainless steel, with a special profile suitable for quick connection between them. FAST-CON® is installed by screwing, bonding or riveting. The clips have a release force (7kg and 10kg) that varies depending on the series used.
Application example: mobile panel with structure.
Quick and easy to install, FAST-CON® ensures a solid and, at the same time, removable fixing. Where it is not possible to apply FAST-CON® directly with a screw to the panel or structure, the wide range of Specialinsert® fastening systems is able to provide an appropriate and compatible solution.
Data sheets for Specialinsert's inserts for composite materials, including: laminates, full parts, and sandwich panels.
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Despite their reduced size, the importance for the environmental impact, strength, and durability of a fastener is critical.
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Fastening systems for plastic possess particular characteristics which must be considered during the design phase.
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