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  • My Hydrajaws pull-tester has stopped working and I cant get a read on the gauge?

    Assuming you have a model 2000 or 2050 tester with a detachable gauge – the tester may simply be out of oil. This can be observed when the cylinder has recessed into black handle housing. Using the oil refill bottle supplied in your kit, follow the oil fill procedure in the instruction manaual to refill the tester.

    For a quick overview of how this is done click here to see the video.

  • Can I buy screws in a box of 50?

    We offer screws in trade quantities so you may find they are boxed from 200 pieces or more. With years of experience we have found this is the most economical way to supply screws and fixings to many trades in Australia. Our packaging is optimized to save you money in the long run as we can offer you a greater price per unit then the other green and red warehouse stores.

    Don't forget its always good to have a few spare for the next project.

  • I have a big project to complete and I would like the best price on a large order of screws and fasteners?

    At Allfasteners you are always offered trade pricing on our products, our online store is no different. Select your required screw size, fastener or any other item from the product page. Input your quantity required and see the price drop as you increase the quantity before you add to cart.

    Watch this short video to see how we can save you more.

  • I would like to buy a few items from your online store but I am not sure of the shipping cost?

    Just add items to your cart and when you are done simply view your cart and enter your delivery post code in the field provided to calculate your shipping before proceeding to payment. The website does the rest, to see how your shipping cost is charged click here. You may be eligible for free shipping.

  • I don't want to open a 30-day trade account. Can I stll buy online?

    Yes there is no need to hold a trade account with Allfasteners in order to make a purchase. Simply add products to cart and place your online order using your VISA, Master Card or PayPal.

    You can purchase in two ways 1) as a guest checkout or 2) register a login to keep your billing and shipping information for your next order.

    If you register a login you also can access your any previous purchases and items saved for purchase later.

  • I'm a 30-day trade account customer. Can I also purchase online?

    New to 2018 Allfasteners Trade Portal will be a 24/7 online purchasing facility for our trade account customers. Submit your interest via this online form.

  • Can stainless steel fasteners be used at very low and very high temperatures?

    Yes. Stainless steel fasteners have excellent properties at both extremes of the temperature scale; it can be used down to liquid nitrogen temperatures and up to about 1800° F.

  • What is "passivation" finish on stainless steel fasteners?

    When the amount of chromium (in an iron matrix) exceeds 10 ½%, a complex chrome oxide forms instantaneously that prevents the further diffusion of oxygen into the surface and results in the “passive” nature of stainless steel and its resistance to oxidation (or corrosion). A chemical "dip" into 10% nitric acid plus 2% hydrofluoric acid bath will enhance the development of this "passive" oxide.

  • Can stainless steel fasteners rust? Why? (I thought stainless did not rust!)

    Stainless does not “rust” as you think of regular steel rusting with a red oxide on the surface that flakes off. If you see red rust it is probably due to some iron particles that have contaminated the surface of the stainless steel and it is these iron particles that are rusting. Look at the source of the rusting and see if you can remove it from the surface. If the iron is embedded in the surface, you can try a solution of 10% nitric and 2% hydrofluoric acid at room temperature or slightly heated. Wash area well with lots and lots of water after use. Commercially available “pickling paste” can also be used.

  • What is the difference between 18/8 and 18/10 stainless steel fasteners?

    The first number is the amount of chromium that is contained in the alloy, i.e., 18 is 18% chromium. The second number is the amount of nickel, i.e., 8 stands for 8% nickel. So 18/8 means that this stainless steel contains 18% chromium and 8% nickel. 18/10 is 18% chromium and 10% nickel. The higher the numbers the more corrosion resistant the material.

    Note that 18/0 is a misleading designation. Both 18/8 and 18/10 contain nickel and are part of the grade family “300 series” stainless. 18/0 means that there is 18% chromium but zero nickel. When there is no nickel the stainless grade family is the “400 series”. 400 series stainless steel fasteners are not as corrosion resistant as the 300 series and are magnetic, where the 300 series are non-magnetic.

  • What makes stainless steel fasteners stainless?

    Stainless steel fasteners must contain at least 10.5 % chromium. It is this element that reacts with the oxygen in the air to form a complex chrome-oxide surface layer that is invisible but strong enough to prevent further oxygen from "staining" (rusting) the surface. Higher levels of chromium and the addition of other alloying elements such as nickel and molybdenum enhance this surface layer and improve the corrosion resistance of the stainless steel fasteners and materials.

  • What materials can I have bolts, metal screws and other fasteners made of?

    We have fixings in the following materials:

    • Steel
    • Low carbon steel
    • Medium carbon steel
    • High carbon steel
    • Alloy steels
    • 18-8/304, 316 and 410 stainless steel
    • Structural steel
    • Aluminium
    • Brass
    • Bronze
    • Nickel copper
    • Silicon bronze
    • Titanium
    • And other special alloys
  • What finishes are available for your metal screws and fasteners?

    Sourced both from overseas and Australia, our fasteners are made of a variety of raw materials with a broad range of finishes. Most finishes are applied to bolts, metal screws and fasteners to enhance the corrosion resistance. We also provide plating as required. Many standard platings are available, including:

    • Zinc
    • Zinc trivalent
    • Zinc yellow
    • Zinc black
    • Antique brass
    • Nickel
    • Tin
    • Black oxide
    • Phosphate
    • Oil
    • And many other decorative finishes

    We can also provide special and standard colours of painting and powder coating for bolts and metal screws which are perfect for special applications.

  • I am looking to have products delivered to a sub-supplier or secondary operation elsewhere in Australia. Can fasteners be drop shipped directly for me?

    Yes we can! We will gladly ship bolts, metal screws, fasteners, abrasives, hardware and other products on your behalf directly to any destination around Australia. Fasteners can be shipped with your name and any other important details on all of the printed documents sent if you specifically let us know.

  • We need specially-packaged bolts, metal screws, other fasteners and tools. Can you do that?

    Most of our bolts, screws, other fasteners, nuts and washers are in standard bulk packaged quantities. We special pack for our customers on a regular basis. We can repackage bolts, metal screws, other fasteners, abrasives, cutting and drilling tools and more according to your specifications or release quantity from your order – regardless of how many units you need. If you would like multiple products boxed into individual kits or any other special requests, please let us know. We will quote all custom packaging or kitting on a per-project basis.Contact us for more details and a custom quotation.