Our quality assurance team puts years of training—and state-of-the-art technology—into ensuring the highest standards.
We put everything to the test—including ourselves. For example, our headquarters is ISO 9001 accredited. The people who join our quality assurance team must go through long-term training. And the fasteners we deliver must be tested for quality—from material composition to precise measurement accuracy.
They obsess about fasteners so you don’t have to. The head of our QA team, Jason, has been rigorously inspecting fasteners for two decades. He trains his team to verify everything—so when we deliver fasteners, we know they’re the best.
“Close enough” is not good enough.
For many industries, the dimensions of even a tiny fastener is a big deal. The vast majority of the fasteners we receive from manufacturers meet or exceed the most demanding tolerances. But we never assume they all will.
For many industries, extreme precision is vital. Companies in the medical technology field, in aerospace, or other critical areas, can’t risk using substandard parts. That’s why our quality assurance team uses advanced optical technology for any customer who requires absolute assurance.
Our optical comparator is accurate to .000039 inches. That’s just under one micron—and a human hair is 50 – 70 microns in diameter. When our technicians place a fastener under the comparator’s lens, they get extremely precise data on 99 dimensions.
You shouldn’t have to worry about the quality and precision of fasteners. Whatever your application—we serve all kinds of industries—you deserve assurance that the fasteners we deliver are made of the proper material and are measured with extreme accuracy. We take care of that for you. We take our promise seriously, because we know a lot depends on it.
Quality Certifications — NC Headquarters:
Our Quality System Manual addresses all applicable requirements of AS9120, ISO 9001, and DOE 414.1A (standards revised as available) for all lines of business at our headquarters in Winston-Salem, NC. All other branches are held to the same requirements, but are outside the scope of these accreditations.