Stainless Steel Fasteners is Happy to Announce the Recent Launch of its New Website!

16th March 2012

Stainless Steel Fasteners is happy to announce the recent launch of its new website at www. After a record beginning to the year in terms of sales, the company is looking to consolidate its position as one of the most trusted manufacturers in the special fastener sector. SSF is hopeful that the new website, which is currently being translated into Spanish, Italian, French, German and Finnish, will help it become more accessible to their existing international and UK client base, as well as reaching new prospective customers. Established in 1965, SSF has gone from being a small engineering firm, to a company with 75% of its business overseas. Many major offshore and petrochemical firms choose SSF as their main special fastener supplier due to extensive production & industry knowledge - particularly machining/treatment of special materials such as duplex, super duplex, inconel, hastelloy, monel, 904L, and countless others. Stainless Steel Fastener Ltd not only specialises in non-standard materials but also non-standard dimensions, thread forms, testing requirements, and other particularities that mean a stockist would not have the bolting readily available. They are able to manufacture bolts, set screws, socket screws, cap screws, studbolts, nuts, washers and many more, with an array of hot-forge & CNC facilities. Undoubtedly the main selling point is outstanding transparency of production, including full batch traceability, PMI testing, their own Super Duplex bolt testing spec to ensure conformity of finished product. For more info please visit the website above. Feedback would be greatly appreciated by emailing

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