This year will see the launch of at least three new products in plastic hardware from Bülte Plastics – TORX® grub screws, washer faced hex screws with TORX®, and the Plastilocknut®.
A specialist in the design and production of plastic protection parts, as well as plastic and plastometal fasteners, Bülte’s three new plastic protection parts and fasteners are light and non-conductive to electricity in comparison with metallic parts. Their very good thermal properties and mechanical strength also allow a good resistance to shocks and will resist staining.
Bülte Group is certified to ISO 9001 and comprises Bülte GmbH in Germany, Bülte SAS in France, and Bülte Ltd in the UK – all of which play their own crucial roles in providing the most suitable plastic solutions to clients from any industry according to their specific needs.
For more than 60 years, Bülte’s team has been composed of highly responsive technical advisors and product experts that support customers all over the world – offering experience and expertise. Bülte guarantees personalised advice and support, and a vast array of standard polyamide fasteners, as well as a panel of specific, innovative solutions using other materials.
The company’s extensive product range includes more than 30,000 references, a wide range of standard products in polyamide, as well as specific and innovative parts in various materials. Bülte’s washers, screws and nuts are close to the specific standards DIN, ISO and NFE (standards dedicated to metallic parts).
“As we deliver to more than 140 countries in the world, we can be at your side from product design to completion, whatever the branch of industry you are belonging to, whatever your location,” says Bülte.
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