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February 2016

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Keeping you updated with fastener technology

Harrison Silverdale offers a comprehensive range of specialised fasteners for a host of different applications in all industry sectors. Below is a summary of our range, visit our web site or call our sales office for more information.

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Threaded Inserts

Threaded Inserts for plastic, wood, composites and metal provide strong male or female threadforms and can be applied by various insertion methods.

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Sheet Metal Fasteners

Self Clinching and riveting fasteners provide captive threaded fasteners in thin sheet metal applications saving assembly time and in place costs.

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Electronic Hardware

We stock a large variety of PCB accessories including pillars and stand offs, broaching nuts and stand offs and snap on stand offs. Other special parts include brass earth terminals and plug pins.

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Spring Steel Fasteners

Our extensive range of Cage Nuts and U Nuts are increasing in popularity. These lightweight cost effective fasteners are ideal for thin sheet materials.

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Fastener Exhibition

The Fastening & Assembly Solutions and Technology Exhibition will be held at the Concorde Conference Centre, Manchester, home to the iconic Concorde G-BOAC, legendary flagship of the British Airways’ fleet. As a visitor, you will have the opportunity to experience a tour of this celebrated aircraft. There are also many other classic aeroplanes to be seen on site at the venue.

The Opening Hours are from 8:30 until 14:30 on Thursday 21st April 2016

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