Here at Leyton Fasteners, we specialise in the sale of high-quality marine fasteners & fixings. We supply a huge range of marine grade stainless steel (A4) fasteners that are perfect for general use in marine structural applications. As keen boaters ourselves, we understand how important it is to have fixings that are highly resistant to corrosion above and below the waterline.
We pride ourselves on our service. Our team have many years of expertise and experience in the world of marine fasteners, engineering and associated industries. This is further enhanced by having access to an extensive range of contacts, resources, suppliers and manufacturers who we are in contact with daily to ensure that we supply quality products at competitive prices.
We offer local deliveries by one of our own vehicles or we can arrange for goods to be delivered to any part of the UK mainland for the next working day, alternatively customers may call in to our trade counter to place an order or collect in person.
For further information regarding our marine fasteners and accessories, simply give us a call for a quote on 0151 355 8045 or send us an email at email@example.com, and we’ll have a price back to you on the same business day.
Marine Fasteners We Supply
Our range of marine fasteners and fixings includes:
- Marine Grade Corrosion Fasteners
- Deck Screws
- Machine screws
- Wire rope
- Various shackles
- U bolts
And so much more!
Stainless Steel Marine Fasteners
Here at Leyton Fasteners, we guarantee that our stainless steel marine fasteners are corrosion resistant. The stainless-steel alloy that we use in our marine fasteners has been specifically manufactured so that, when exposed to harsh environments like the ocean, the fastener won’t rust.
Stainless steel bolts, screws, and nuts will provide you with the best possible long-term corrosion resistance. For above the water line, austenitic stainless steel grades 1.4401, 1.4404 and 1.4542 will be sufficient but for anything that is to be submerged you want at least 6% Molybdenum in the alloy.
We recommend that you do not couple steel marine fasteners with aluminium. This is as when stainless steel comes into contact with aluminium in the presence of an electrolyte saltwater a galvanic corrosion process starts. The best way to avoid this is to keep stainless steel with itself and it will literally last a lifetime.
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 marine trade fasteners right across the UK and beyond.