Anchor Fasteners Manufacturer in Mumbai, India
Stainless Steel Anchor Bolt (Wedge Type), Monel Wedge Type Anchor Bolt, Inconel Anchor Bolt (Wedge Type), Hastelloy Bolt (Sleeve Type), ASTM A193 SS Anchor Fasteners, Titanium Sleeve Type Anchor Bolt, Duplex Steel Anchor Fasteners Manufacture in Mumbai, India.
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Renowned as the most reliable manufacturer, exporter and stockiest of Anchor Fasteners, Niko Steel Engg LLP is engaged in the activity of providing the best quality of Anchor Fasteners to its customer base. These fasteners have a huge demand in the industries due to the fact that it provides high accuracy in dimensions, resistance to corrosion, and durability in construction. These are the reasons due to which they maintain a huge demand among the customers in the market.
We have the required skills and expertise which is needed to manufacture and supply a wide range of varieties in Anchor Fasteners. All of our products are manufactured by using the finest quality of raw materials and by making use of the latest technology. We also assure that our products are made by following all the latest industry standards which are both national as well as international.
Moreover, the products are ensured to have properties such as being lightweight, durable, and easy to install. They also possess properties such as being accurate in dimensions and provide a good resistance to corrosion. Moreover, we provide these products with such a wide range of properties in a budget-friendly price.
Fasteners are generally known as anchor fasteners in the industry due to the fact that they get connected a thing with the base of a material such as wood, brick, or concrete. The main purpose of this is to not let the object move from its place.
The installation procedure of these fasteners is quite simple. All you have to do is first drill a hole in the base material such as the wood, brick, or concrete with help of a drilling machine. Make sure that the hole is larger than the length of the fastener, not much but a little. Then just insert the anchor into the hole in an accurate way.
There are two variants in Anchor Fasteners. Each of them has varying usage and applications.