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We give our special attention to:

Inch-system fasteners according to American & British standard:

 

Socket Head Cap Screws, Socket Set screws, Socket Button Head,

Socket Flat Head, Socket Shoulder Screws, Pipe Plugs - NPT NPTF

MachineScrews Hexagonal screws in UNC UNF thread, Heavy Hex Head Screws

Inch- sized Fasteners Sems, PC screws, Nylon Fasteners , Thread rods Thumbscrews,

Self Drilling Screws, Rivets, Standoffs and Spacers, Clinch Nuts

Hex Nuts - UNC UNF - Screw accessories, tools, Carriage Bolts, eyebolts Anchors,

Security Fasteners, custom machined parts - Washers - Pins

 

AN (Air Force Navy Aeronautical Standard)

NAS (National Aerospace Standard)

MS (Military Standard) Parts

 

Stud Bolts & Nuts ASTM standards according ANSI B 16.5 - ANSI B 18.2.2

 

- Used in offshore-, petrochemical- and chemical industries.

- Available in all kinds of threads (metric, inch) and lenghts.

- Available in all kinds of materials such as:

 

Studbolts:

 

according to ASTM A193 (for high temperature purposes) B7, B7M, B16, B8, B8M , B8T,B8C

according to ASTM A 320 (for low temperature purposes) L7, B8, B8M, B8T, B8C

 

Nuts:

 

according to ASTM A 194 Gr. 2H, Gr.2HM, Gr.4, Gr.7, Gr.8(A), Gr.8M(A), Gr.8C, Gr.8T

 

"The cradle of inch-sized fasteners"

 

Materials :

 

Steel, Grade 2, 5, 8, alloy L9 - Stainless Steel AISI 316-316L - Alloys

Inconel - Monels - Titan - Hastelloy - Silicon Bronce

ASTM A 193 B7 - ASTM A 194 2H - ASTM A 193 B8M - ASTM A 194 8M

ASTM A 193 B8 - ASTM A 194 8

 

Modification - improving - coatings 

 


 
strong and accepted. . .

We would like to thank all our faithful and satisfied customers!

And in advance to all our future customers!

 

PFITZER Verbindungstechnik GmbH:

 

Your Focus in Regard to  Inch-Sized and Special Parts

Our philosophy:

 

 

Besides from high quality products it is necessary to produce an optimum of service.

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