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Metal Fastener Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of metal fastener manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source metal fastener manufacturers with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate metal fastener companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture metal fasteners for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading metal fastener manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for rivet manufacturers, screw manufacturers, or nut manufacturers.

  • Bensenville, IL 800-444-7414

    When seeking industrial fasteners, do you first look for the company's certifications or their product offering? Liberty Fastener is HUBZone certified and offers metric fasteners, mil spec fasteners, special fasteners, stainless steel fasteners and a whole lot more.

    Liberty Fastener Company
  • 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!

    Ford Fasteners, Inc.
  • Baltimore, MD 410-247-7273

    ROBNET has been in business since 1985 and we are a certified minority business in most states on the Eastern Seaboard. We are also certified in most municipalities in this region. We bought our 1st building with 25,00 square feet and plenty of office and warehouse space. We were able to consolidate both warehouses into one and we are now located on a major thoroughfare in Baltimore City. ROBNET has grown into a full-service fastener distributor and a major player in our industry. ROBNET opened a branch in York, PA and bought a small tool and fastener company in York bringing new customers and new ROBNET team members.

    ROBNET
  • Dallas, TX 214-637-6051

    We bring to you the best possible products at the lowest available cost. It is our mission to be able to bring you products that will never let you down and customer service that will astound you. We have been bringing fasteners to our customers since 1966 and since then we have remained a family owned and operated business. We are located in Dallas, Texas but our reach is nationwide. To see the difference our experience makes contact our staff today to learn more!

    Crouch Sales Co., Inc.
  • Lawrenceville, GA 800-928-7439

    O.E.M. Fastening Systems is your full line fastener source. With 100 million fasteners to choose from, such as steel and stainless steel fasteners, brass and titanium fasteners, plastic fasteners and exotic fastener material. The choices are endless. See our nails, rivets, screws, pins, nuts, anchors, etc.

    O.E.M. Fastening Systems
  • Macedonia, OH 330-468-3300

    We are a customer-focused industrial/construction supply distributor and sourcing specialist with the goal of being the best organization to serve our market. With one of our product lines including fasteners. Which include bolts, sockets, threaded rod & studs, nuts, washers, screws, anchors, pins and rivets.

    SC Fastening Systems, LLC.
  • Livonia, MI 800-521-2207

    Wayne Bolt & Nut Company distributes and manufactures industrial fasteners. We provide quality assurance to help meet your needs, and maintain over 50,000 sizes and styles of standard and special fasteners. We have been in business since 1959. See our website for more information!

    Wayne Bolt & Nut Company
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Metal Fasteners

Metal fasteners help hold together a large range of objects, from pet leash straps to aircraft cargo tie-downs and restraints. They have applications in most industries. Examples include: medical, military and defense, pet, outdoor recreation, automotive, marine and emergency rescue.

The term “metal fasteners” is very broad, and many types of fasteners fall under this umbrella. Such fasteners include: snap hooks, spring links, quick links, cargo restraints, cargo hooks, cam buckles, ratchets, carabiners, surplus parachute hardware, d-rings, o-rings, screws, bolts, nuts, key rings, triangles, loops, footman loops, swivel loops, squares, harness loops, slides, web clamps, web buckles, pet buckles, metal side releases, slide adjuster clamps, tent hardware, grommets, belt, bag and holster hardware and military pistol belt and bag hardware. Common materials from which these fasteners are made include: bronze, zinc, die cast zinc, sheet steel, steel, welded steel wire, welded solid brass, stainless steel, stamped steel and steel wire. Less common materials include aluminum and glass-filled nylons. These fasteners range in capabilities from light-duty to heavy-strength.

Light-duty metal fasteners are good for bags, straps, medical products, military and tactical items, pet collars and leashes, equine items, marine and diving items, firefighter products and tent and awning applications. Light-duty metal fasteners are frequently plated in nickel, although alternative plating, such as black, polypropylene or military, is often available as well. Heavy-duty metal fasteners are generally designed for applications like the aforementioned aircraft cargo tie-down and restraints, as well as the same for vehicles. This type of metal fastener includes ratchets and cam buckles. Cam buckles are commonly made of zinc, and often plated in black resin or zinc. Some have a breaking point of upwards of 750 pounds. Ratchet tie-downs are ideal for securing heavy loads. They range in breaking point, but some reach well above 1000 pounds. They come in many different styles to fit a variety of applications. A common material used for straps and webbings of heavy-duty metal straps is polyester, which is known for its resilience, resistance to environmental damage and its ability to dry quickly and hold its form. Other variable factors of metal fastener straps include dimension and detail specifics. Variable dimensional specifics include product depth, width and height, strap length and webbing thickness and width. Detail specifics include: break strength, fastener style, color or pattern, total capacity rating and whether or not the product has hooks and whether or not the product is weather or UV resistant.

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