Published 03-10-2019
| Article appears in October 2019 Issue

FLAT WASHER RANGE ADDS EVEN MORE NONSTANDARD SIZES

01-10-2019

During the course of 2019, Boker’s has added tooling for 548 new nonstandard flat washer sizes to its industry-leading selection. With the addition of the new sizes, the company now offers more than 32,000 nonstandard washer, spacer and shim sizes that are available to customers with no tooling charges.

“These new tool additions further expands the made-to-order offering for a increasingly wider range of applications and industries,” says Pete Flodquist, Boker’s Sales Manager. “We now offer immediate manufacturing availability for well over 32,000 nonstandard sizes of washers, spacers and shims, and if there isn’t a tool for your exact specifications, our in-house tooling department can design and create one quickly to meet your needs.”

Additionally, Boker’s nonstandard precision washers are manufactured in more than 2000 commonly specified and difficult-to-find material options. The comprehensive range of sizes includes outside diameters from 0.08 to 12in, with a wide range of inside diameters.

In addition to flat washers, other shapes and styles are available in metallic and nonmetallic materials. Metallic materials include low-carbon steel sheet, various spring steels, stainless steel, aluminium, brass, copper and nickel silver. Nonmetallic materials include ABS, acetal, polyester, nylon, MD nylon, polycarbonate, fibre, polyethylene and various NEMA grade phenolics.

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