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FOCUS ON SOCKET SCREWS + HEXAGON BOLTS Ash Fasteners Manufacturing Ltd


Ash Fasteners is the UK’s foremost manufacturer of Long Length and Specialist Cold Forged Fasteners in Steel, Stainless, Aluminium & Brass.


Based close to the centre of Birmingham the company has established itself as a proven manufacturer of cold forged components from 3mm to 12mm in short to long lengths. To complement the forging we have a wide range of threadrolling machines which means we can provide you with quality thread rolled products, currently we forge one particular M8 stainless steel set screw and thread roll it to 400mm under the head.


Ash Fasteners also specialises in the manufacture of custom designed fasteners for all varieties of fasteners. Tri Head Security Fasteners, Tee Bolts and Long Cup Square Bolts to name a few.


The company typically works to provide a 3 to 5 week turnaround from receipt of order. Frequently we produce and deliver within 5 to 7 days.


Ash Fasteners is effi cient and fl exible and tailors its solutions to the needs of the customer.


Whatever your requirements think Ash - Why? Ash Fasteners is Well Bolted to the Market Tel: +44 (0) 121 328 3881


Bülte New products in the world of plastic SCREWS


Bülte adds a new screw to its range. The grub screw 551F is a self- locking design to bring effi cient thread security and sealing to your assemblies and applications. It is usable throughout a variety of industrial sectors (industrial, electronics, chemical, aeronautics…).


The advantage of this screw is its self-locking system. There is a non threaded section at the top of the screw that works like a lock. When the screw is tightened into the female thread, that thread cuts into the non threaded section of the screw effectively locking the threads together preventing loosening.


Why choose a Nylon screw? The standard material, polyamide 6.6 natural, is resistant to various chemical products, has excellent mechanical properties including wear resistance, low friction coeffi cient, high melting point, good impact resistance and is also very light.


The dimensions are M4 to M12, length from 11 to 50 mm. Other colours and sizes on request.


www.patternfasteners.co.uk email: bulte@bulte.com www.bulte.com


Fabory


Fabory offers wider product range on higher classes 8.8, 10.9 & 12.9


HT Strength is usually attributed to property classes equal or higher than 8.8. What are the main benefi ts of HT Fasteners?


Savings on space, material and labour (drilling times). A comparison of bolts with same load capacity, approx. same length but in different grades, shows that those in higher classes have thinner diameters to allow for smaller holes, lighter and more compact assemblies.


The market demand for HT is not limited to one class (e.g. 8.8 only) and is diverse. FABORY’s product range - one of the largest available in the market - includes over 30,000 HT fasteners. 10.9 and 12.9 fasteners play a signifi cant role in FABORY’s extensive range which now offers a wider spectrum of types and sizes - all readily available.


Few examples: • Hex Bolts & Sets • Studding • Socket Caps, Shoulder and Csk screws • Socket Button screws including fl anged & tx versions • Socket sets (45H)… And many more! 10.9 Bolts in exceptional diameters from M39 to M45 are the latest additions to FABORY’s original range M6 - M36 covering also fi ne threads.


For further enquiries please contact us: Tel: +44 (0) 121 556 3474 email: sales.faboryuk@fabory.com


Fastbolt GmbH


Fastbolt is a range specialist - our focus is on a small number of areas within the comprehensive spectrum of fastener types available. Being a specialist and not a generalist enables us to be competent in those areas that we encompass. Our current stock range covers a portfolio of eight product groups. Besides a comprehensive range of small screws we also offer:


• Hi Tensile Bolts & Setscrews DIN 931 8.8 plain, zinc plated and yellow zinc plated M 4 - M 30 DIN 933 8.8 plain, zinc plated and yellow zinc plated M 3 - M 30


New in our stock range:


• Hexagon Socket Head Screws DIN 912 (ISO 4762) 8.8 plain and zinc plated M 3 - M 24 DIN 7991 (ISO 10642) 08.8 plain and zinc plated M 3 - M 20 DIN 7991 (ISO 10642) 010.9 plain M 4 - M 20


We strive to constantly increase our stock range, but place product competence above size of range. We believe that this competence is prerequisite to being a successful strategic partner with European distributors.


email: info@fastbolt.com www. fastbolt.com


146 Fastener + Fixing Magazine • Issue 71 September 2011


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