Mutual Screw and Supply declared that its fastener materials’ inventory has been complemented with new materials. This expansion will benefit the fasteners to cater to the increasing demands of its customers.
Mutual Screw and Supply, being an industrial pioneer has an inventory of a variety of over 75,000 fasteners, mostly specialty materials. However, during stock shortages, the company itself will specifically design and manufacture the fasteners or it performs sourcing.
Some of Mutual’s significant materials in stock include K-Monel, which shows high resistance to corrosion and acids and encompasses copper, nickel, iron and other trace elements; Inconel is a nickel/chromium alloy and is resistant to corrosion and oxidation, ideal for use in increased temperature and pressure environments; The rust and corrosion resistant, 316 Stainless is suitable for fastener application in outdoor facilities that entail high water consumption such as restaurants.
In addition, conventional materials including aluminum, alloy steel, copper have also been provided by Mutual.
The President of Mutual Screw & Supply, Mark Warner says that the company is focusing on the contemporary developments in materials in addition to the consistent maintenance of the conventional materials inventory. The company’s extensive stock of fasteners is renowned among the customers.
Established in 1947, Mutual Screw & Hardware has been offering remarkable products and services for over a century. Some of the company’s offering includes screws, nuts, bolts, washers, rivets, threaded rod, anchors, cable ties, drill bits, screw driver insert bits, electrical tape, duct tape, carton sealing tape, foil tape, teflon pipe tape, barricade tape, and detectable tape.