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FOCUS ON SOCKET SCREWS + HEXAGON BOLTS


September 2011 Socket Screws + Hexagon Bolts


This issue’s Focus On is dedicated to Socket Screws & Hexagon Bolts. Suppliers of products within this market sector have provided details of their capabilities along with up to date contact and product information.


Coming up in the next issue… Nuts, washers &


locking systems Contact Claire Lake Tel: +44 (0) 1727 814 508 email: claire.lake@fastenerandfi xing.com


Albert Pasvahl GmbH & CO


DIN and Specials - Direct From Stock - Huge Product Range


Albert Pasvahl offers you their experience and expertise in special connection elements and accessories, resulting from over 75 years in business. During the course of this time, they have become a leading stockist of special standard screws.


• Leading stockist of rare standards • Immediate delivery • High product quality • Variety of sockets and hexagon bolts/plugs/screws with dog/cone point


• Square head bolts, knurled thumb screws, fl at headed screws and specials


• Leading supplier for European Wholesaler


Achilles Seibert GmbH achill - offers you full-ranged DIN/ISO- normed screws with hexagon socket and hexagon bolts and stock specialties in unusual dimensions.


• “Thick Bolts” - diameters from M30 to M56 and lengths up to 1000 mm and longer


• “Long Slims” - small diameters and extreme lengths • “Little Things” - M1,6-M5


NEW SPECIALTIES IN OUR PROGRAMME: • ISO 10642 / DIN 7991 8.8 zn • ISO 7380 with six-lobe 10.9 zn • ISO 7380 10.9 black zn • DIN 6912 8.8 zn


Our quality system is improving year-on-year. Not only the ISO 9001:2008 is standard. In the 10.9 and 12.9 high-strength range, we guarantee products from qualifi ed European and Taiwanese manufacturers.


Tel: +49 (0) 4193 895 5 www.achill-fasteners.com


AppMo


FAILURE IS NOT AN OPTION Available in Metric and Inch Sizes


All AppMo products are Made in Sweden and used in a wide variety of applications which demand high quality, high strength precision components.


In addition to the standard product line, AppMo manufactures semi-standards and special fasteners.


AppMo fi nishing operations include state of the art controlled heat treating equipment and full metallographic inspection capabilities.


AppMo with UltraSonic provides direct information on the actual clamping force. AppMo ensures the clamping force, thereby increasing the level of safety.


BENEFITS • Meets PED using the harmonizing standard EN 10269 • Meets requirements for high temperatures (+500 0C) • Meets, by a good margin, property classes 8.8., 10.9 and 12.9 in accordance with ISO 898-1:2009


• Meets ASME SA193/ASTM A193 Grade B7 • Meets ASME SA320/ASTM A320 Grade L7 • Impact strength tested at -101 0C • Raw Material Certifi cation with full traceability


Tel: + 49 (0) 40 532 852 0 www.pasvahl.de email: info@appro.se www.appro.se


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