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Fasteners come in many different shapes and sizes, including screws, nuts and bolts. Some are threaded fasteners and have a raised spiral rib wrapping around the shaft, while others are smooth and straight. Read More…

Industrial Fasteners Industrial fasteners are tools used to join and secure materials. They are used in many applications within the aerospace, construction, electronic and automotive industries.
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Hackensack, NJ  |  800-272-3673

Our company has a reputation for superior products, customer service, and dependability. All our fastener products are built to last, and we know that our customers appreciate our dedication to using the best materials and manufacturing techniques. If you would like to learn more about us, contact us by phone or email, or stop by our website today!

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Ford Fasteners, Inc. $$$

San Diego, CA  |  619-231-5966

Hayes is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company specializing in the fabrication of fasteners and other related products for industrial markets. Hi-tech industry clients include aerospace as well as the military. Readily available products make it easy for customers to find the perfect hardware fix for their application.

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Hayes Bolt & Supply $$$

Winston-Salem, NC  |  800-642-0921

From our inventory of over 130,000 different fasteners, we know precisely which ones are right for your application. We test them for material composition and measurement accuracy. With our Vendor Management Inventory service (VMI) our Service Technicians monitor your needs and keep you fully supplied at all times. Our ISO 9001 and AS9120B certifications helps us maintain system standards that ensure the fasteners we supply are the highest quality parts available.

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Southern Fasteners & Supply, Inc. $$$

Orange, CA  |  714-639-2040

With over 20 years experience in distributing specialty fasteners to the aerospace, commercial, military, construction, electronic and marine industries, you can count on Integrity Fasteners for all your fastener needs. We supply screws, metric fasteners, industrial fasteners and more.

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Integrity Fasteners, Inc. $$$

Fairfield, NJ  |  844-363-1950

If you require fasteners, then look no further than Melfast! We are a company that excels at customer service and product excellence. We create top quality nuts, screws, fasteners, and more. Contact us today to see what we can do for your business!

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Melfast, Inc $$$
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Most have a head, which is the flat and wide top of the fastener that determines how it will sit against the material. Stainless steel is often the fastener material of choice because of its strength as well as its resistance to extreme temperatures and corrosion.

Industrial fasteners made of stainless steel can be found in vehicles, buildings, furniture, light fixtures, commercial and consumer appliances, industrial utilities and process equipment and a wide variety of other examples.

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Industrial fasteners can also be made of other metals like non-carbon steel and copper as well as some plastic materials. Plastic screws are generally reserved for use in less demanding applications.

They are used to fasten upholstery in vehicles, to connect small appliance parts, for decorative purposes and in other light-duty applications.

Depending on the type of material, industrial fasteners are manufactured many different ways. Plastic fasteners are injection molded, steel fasteners are cold worked and other metals, such as titanium, brass and bronze, are heated and cast.

If the industrial fastener is threaded, it goes through a process called thread rolling, in which a die with a threaded profile is pressed with high pressure onto the blank fastener, and the thread profile is transferred. This is a cold working process, meaning the metal is not heated and the atmosphere is room temperature. Cold working the metal ensures its strength and durability.

Cold working processes are chosen in fastener manufacturing because hot working processes, which involve heating the working materials to very high temperatures, creates an oxidation risk and generates products with lower strength qualities than cold working processes.

Because industrial fasteners are relied on for their strength and resilience, all steps to ensure their effectiveness and longevity should be taken. Carefully pairing industrial fasteners with their applications is essential to ensuring their safe and effective use.

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