Gould Fasteners supplies electronic hardware from the industry’s best manufacturersApril 1, 2016 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Gould Fasteners can supply a wide variety of electronic hardware from Lyn-Tron. The manufacturer specializes in precision hardware, including spacers, standoffs, screwlocks and plastic hardware. Lyn-Tron has been serving the electronics industry for more than 50 years, and prides itself on offering high-quality products and fair pricing.
The manufacturer can provide spacers for a range of applications, from circuit boards to panels, doors and gears. Put simply, a spacer can be defined as an object used to create space between two components, often to properly position them. Lyn-Tron can make spacers in a variety of materials, such as aluminum, brass, nylon, steel and stainless steel.
The manufacturer also offers captive panel screws. These screws are used to fasten panels or boards in a semi-rigid manner. Captive panel screws make it easy to remove panels or boards for inspections. They are available in a variety of materials, including brass, steel and stainless steel.
Lyn-Tron has experience producing a variety of hardware to meet National Aerospace Standards (NAS). That means these products go through the most rigorous manufacturing processes to provide high precision results. The NAS hardware Lyn-Tron supplies includes standoffs and spacers in aluminum, nylon and stainless steel.
The Gould Fasteners advantage
Gould Fasteners places quality at the centre of its operations. The full-service distributor seeks out the best suppliers the industry has to offer, inspects all incoming products, and maintains monthly vendor performance reports. According to the company, it goes to these efforts so customers can have total confidence in its products.
“You can be sure, when purchasing from Gould Fasteners, that you are buying products that are setting the standards for quality,” the company explains.
For more information, visit the Gould Fasteners website.