Hot-Forged Special Fasteners
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Stampinox is a producer of special hot-forged fasteners, in sizes from M6 (metric system) or ¼in (imperial system) diameters upwards, with no limits on dimensions.
Founded in 1975, the company has more than 20 years of experience in the production of hot-forged fasteners, which helps ensure ever-increasing efficiency and constant development. This has allowed the company to make its name in both national and international markets.
Continuous research and development into production and organization improvement, the use of innovative materials and technologies, and an internal quality system has permitted Stampinox to gain ever-increasing success among the most particular users, with products which find application in gas turbines and compressors, sea platforms for oil lift, naval engines, valves, chemical and petrochemical plants, nuclear plants, heat exchangers, boilers, and other industrial fields.
Hot-forged fasteners for shipbuilding and naval engines
The company is able to manufacture special hot-forged pieces for specific use in the shipbuilding and naval fields. These hot-forged fasteners not only have no limits on dimensions, from M6 (metric system) or ¼in (imperial system) diameters upwards, but offer customers very high reliability. These high-quality hot-forged pieces mean that Stampinox has become a trusted partner for shipbuilding and naval engine companies.
Hot-forged fasteners for offshore, chemical and petrochemical plants
Stampinox uses the knowledge it has acquired to produce special hot-forged fasteners to be used on sea platforms, in the chemical and petrochemical sectors, and for pipes and valves.
Alloy steel, stainless steel, titanium, duplex, super duplex, super alloy and special alloy hot-forged fasteners
An extensive stock of raw materials means the company can produce each individual hot-forged fastener with particular care, and customise it to suit its purpose. This includes fasteners for urea plants.
The range of materials includes alloy steels, stainless steels, titanium, duplex and super duplex steels, super alloys, and special alloys.
Quality assurance, personnel and equipment for hot-forged fasteners
Quality assurance is a crucial part of all Stampinox's production and service processes. Highly skilled and qualified personnel allows the company to reach its primary aim of the client's complete satisfaction, and to carry out control activities and tests by the means of inspection systems and research laboratories which can be considered among the most modern in Europe.
The use of adequate control instruments, periodically checked, avoid any non-conforming, faulty products being used. The control and production process is also constantly checked, to guarantee compliance with the technical requirements.