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Posted on - June 12, 2019 04:12:42PM

June 12, 2019 04:12:42PM

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In 2005, it was estimated that the United States fastener industry runs 350 manufacturing plants and employs 40,000 workers. The industry is strongly tied to the production of automobiles, aircraft, appliances, agricultural machinery, commercial construction, and infrastructure. More than 200 billion fasteners are used per year in the U.S., 26 billion of these by the automotive industry. The largest distributor of fasteners in North America is the Fastenal Company.[3] When selecting a fastener for industrial applications, it is important to consider a variety of factors. The threading, the applied load on the fastener, the stiffness of the fastener, and the number of fasteners needed should all be taken into account.[4] See below for material considerations. Industrial fastener materials There are three major steel fasteners used in industries: stainless steel, carbon steel, and alloy steel. The major grade used in stainless steel fasteners: 200 series, 300 series, and 400 series. Titanium, aluminum, and various alloys are also common materials of construction for metal fasteners. In many cases, special coatings or plating may be applied to metal fasteners to improve their performance characteristics by, for example, enhancing corrosion resistance. Common coatings/platings include zinc, chrome, and hot dip galvanizing.[5] When choosing a fastener for a given application, it is important to know the specifics of that application to help select the proper material for the intended use. Factors that should be considered include: Accessibility Environment, including temperature, water exposure, and potentially corrosive elements Installation process Materials to be joined Reusability Weight restrictions

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By functioning under the able guidance of a trusted leader, Mr. Kunal, Kailas Industries has attained a respected market position. The company is based in Ahmedabad, Gujarat and was incepted in the year 1978. Quality Assurance : We are very strict on the quality aspect and each unit undergoes strict quality supervision so as to come up with the best for the clients. The quality policies are further updated on a regular basis so as to remain at a competitive market position. Our Team : We are blessed to have the support from a competent team of experts. The team members with whom we work include engineering experts, quality auditors, client servicing agents and packaging experts. Further, all members are given regular training to keep them well-informed. Our Infrastructure : We operate on a widespread infrastructure wherein all modern machines are set up. In addition to this, the machines are regularly cleaned and oil to keep the production unaffected. Furthermore, any changes in the technology and work methods are incorporated with sheer perfection.

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