We carry standoffs in many sizes, materials, and styles. Our standoffs are used for separating printed circuit boards (PCB) or panels. We can provide hard-to-find sizes by relying on our large group of manufacturers. Our goal is to make it easy for you to purchase the electronic hardware and fasteners you need. We accomplish that through our wide selection of products and our helpful staff. Contact Gould Fasteners Ltd. and we will show you the exceptional customer service and commitment to quality that has earned us our authorized distributer status for many top-of-the-line brands.
Standoffs and spacers are two similar fasteners that are both used to maintain space between objects such as circuit boards. The difference is that standoffs are typically threaded, while spacers are not. Our standoffs range in length from 1/8 inch to 8 inches, and are also available in metric sizes. They can be made of materials including steel, stainless steel, brass, and aluminum. We can offer finishes such as zinc, black zinc, nickel (including electro-less nickel), tin, black or clear anodize, chrome, silver, cadmium, and passivate. The standoff types we supply include hex, square, swage, and hinged styles.
With more than 35 years’ experience, we have the knowledge required to help with your fastening needs, no matter your particular application. Our friendly staff is always willing to lend their expertise. Our inventory management systems are customizable because we recognize that every business is unique.
Gould Fasteners Ltd. supplies electronic hardware that is used in the military, industrial, and commercial sectors. Our range of experience means we have the versatility to be the one-stop supplier for your needs. We supply major companies across Canada and throughout the world.
A leading supplier of electronic hardware components to the computer, telecommunication, medical, entertainment, military and aerospace industries.
Lyn Tron Inc is a major supplier of electronic hardware including standoffs that resist rotation under high torque during assembly, to prevent damage.
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We have an extensive group of manufacturers.