British Standard Whitworth Bolts & Nuts
Leyton Fasteners have been supplying British Standard Whitworth bolts & nuts for nearly 40 years. We supply our Whitworth bolts and buts across the UK and even to international clients. British Standard Whitworth are not commonly in use today. However, many of our industrial trade customers still use them to this day. Whilst machine tools have moved on significantly over the years, some industries still need and use much older machines, some which date back 60 years.
At Leyton Fasteners, we receive a large number of enquiries from businesses who have older equipment, machinery and are looking for British Standard Whitworth bolts & nuts for maintenance work. We are often able to satisfy their needs, directly from our own stock room. If it’s not in our stock room we can work with our manufacturers to source them for you.
What Is British Standard Whitworth?
Devised in 1841 by Sir Joseph Whitworth, the imperial threadform British Standard Whitworth was the first national standard screw thread in the world. The threadform became widely used in the manufacturing of British cars, motorbikes, ships, railways and machinery. Whitworth bolts & nuts are still commonly used by classic car enthusiasts, during restoration projects. Why not check out our classic car webshop, where we sell a huge range of obsolete fasteners – www.leytonclassics.co.uk.
Get In Touch
Whilst we can’t guarantee we will have exactly what you need, drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org outlining your requirements and a member of our team will get back to you as soon as possible. Alternatively, call us now on 0151 355 8045. We are based in Cheshire and deliver right across the UK and beyond.