Screws are only one type of hardware available from Gould Fasteners. They are constructed out of a wide array of materials. This includes a range of titanium screws. Designed particularly for use in aerospace, oil and gas, pulp and paper, and military, these screws are recommended for work environments that require great resistance to weather and corrosion.
Titanium is a silver, lustrous transition metal known for its low density, high strength, and corrosion resistance. It has the highest strength-to-density ration of any known metallic element and this makes titanium screws ideal for applications requiring both high strength and lightness of weight. With a density of 4.51 grams per cubic centimetre, some of these screws are as much as four times stronger than 316 stainless steel, at almost half the weight. Titanium screws are also unique for their ability to resist chlorine and chlorine compounds in aqueous solutions.
Gould Fasteners can provide titanium screws with different head styles, such as hex, pan, flat, and 12-point. Many of these screws comply not only with military requirements, particularly MIL-SPEC, but also with other national standards like NAS, MS, AS, AN, NA, ABS, ASNA, BAC, DIN, and LN.
To ensure that its clients receive only the best of the best in fastening products, Gould Fasteners supplies products from North American manufacturers. Fastener Innovation Technology (F.I.T.) and United Titanium are two of the manufacturers who frequently supply titanium screws to Gould Fasteners.
Gould Fasteners employs a team that pre-inspects a statistical quantity of all products, including titanium screws, before they are shipped to customers. This ensures that clients get what they need in the best condition possible, with little chance of return or exchange.
For nearly four decades, Gould Fasteners has been a valued supplier of hardware and fastening products. Contact the company for a fast quote or to learn more about titanium screws.