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Plastic Fasteners Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of plastic fastener manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top plastic fastener manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find plastic fastener companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture plastic fasteners to your companies specifications. Then contact the plastic fastener companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of plastic fastener clips, plastic snap fasteners, automotive plastic fasteners, or customized plastic fastener of every type, this is the resource for you.

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  • Fairfield, 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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  • 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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  • Crystal Lake, IL 815-455-7177

    For over 50 years, Eagle Fastener Corporation has been a leading industrial fastener. We have a vast variety of materials available for our customers, including brass, aluminum, and carbon steel. In addition, our strong connection with many suppliers over the years has made it so that there is almost no part we can’t get. Contact us for competitive prices, high-quality products, and excellent communication.

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  • Painsville, OH 800-680-3600

    As the leading provider of large diameter fasteners & forgings, we've been holding America together since 1884! We manufacture high-quality standard & specialty fasteners, nuts, custom forgings & anchor/foundation rods for the industries of Renewable Energy, Bridge & General Construction, Oil & Gas, Mining, Locks & Dams, & Marine & Military! We cut, forge, machine, heat treat & test all in house...making us your best choice for 100% American-made large diameter fasteners and forgings!

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  • Lancaster, PA 717-299-5771

    Fastening Products of Lancaster provides a variety of products and services to our customers in a wide range of industries. We can manufacture industrial fasteners, anchors and screw machine parts and we have the capability for distribution as well.

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  • Albion, MI 517-629-3955

    Leading the fastener industry for more than 90 years with our extensive line of superior industrial fasteners: high quality hex nuts, locknuts, flange nuts, nut & washer assemblies, weld nuts, pipe plugs, etc. Greater selection, better cost control, long-lasting products, excellent customization services.

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Plastic Fasteners

Plastic fasteners are screws, bolts, and other plastic tools used to join and secure materials together.

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Applications of Plastic Fasteners

Plastic fasteners are a popular alternative to traditional metal fasteners in some situations despite their comparative lower strength. Common components of children's toys, plastic fasteners are also used to help make appliances and automobiles.

Notable Types of Plastic Fasteners

Plastic fasteners can be broken down into two main types: threaded industrial fasteners and non-threaded industrial fasteners. Threaded plastic fasteners, such as nuts, bolts, and screws, contain spiral ridges (called threads), which aid in the fastener's attachment. Continuous-thread studs, with two nuts applied and threading from end to end, are often used for flange bolting.

Tap-end studs, in contrast, have a short thread on one end (used for screwing into a tapped hole) and a longer thread on the other. This longer end, called a nut-end, may have either a chamfered or round point. Double-end studs, another type of threaded plastic fasteners, have equal-length threads on both ends with chamfered points. This type is primarily used for flange bolting or other applications in which torching from both ends is necessary.

Non-threaded plastic fasteners, such as rivet plastic fasteners, ring plastic fasteners, and pin plastic fasteners, do not contain threads. These plastic fasteners can be quickly assembled and removed from components and do not need extra plastic fastening hardware. Bind plastic fastener rivets, or pop plastic fastener rivets, are inserted into a pre-drilled hole, and a rivet gun pulls on a headed-shaft that passes through the rivet. The shaft breaks or "pops," leaving a bulge on the head of the rivet, which holds the two parts together. Dowel pins can be straight, tapered, rolled, or grooved and provide perfect alignment, holding parts in absolute relation to one another. Most retaining rings need a groove to seal them into position and are stamped both internally and externally. While some of them may be self-locking, both kinds are used to keep parts from slipping or sliding apart.

Advantages and Disadvantages of Using Plastic Fasteners

Plastic fasteners offer the benefits of being durable, economical, efficient, and aesthetically appealing. They are available in a wide range of colors and sizes. Fasteners constructed from plastic also offer the advantage of being resistant to corrosion, shock, and vibration. Plastic fasteners are available in different plastic materials, fastener head types, colors, and panel ranges.

Though plastic fasteners have gained in popularity in a number of industrial, commercial, and consumer products contexts, they remain unsuitable for use in many applications. Aerospace fasteners, for example, are often constructed with titanium because of the tremendous stress that they are expected to endure, particularly in the case of aircraft structural fasteners. Automotive fasteners are also made of metal, usually steel or stainless steel, with the exception of fasteners used to secure upholstery or other non-structural components.



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