Quality Hardware Washers In Stock
Flat washers help to prevent looseness by increasing the bearing surface area of a bolt or screw while also reducing surface pressure on a particular area. These general-purpose washers can be used in numerous applications.
As their name suggests, these washers are designed to lock fasteners in place. Because lock washers are split, their design helps to secure fasteners that either rotate, loosen, or lose friction. Lock washers can also be used with a flat washer to protect the assembly and are also called split washers, star washers, external tooth washers, and internal tooth washers.
Machine bushings, plain bearings, and machinery bush washers are commonly used as a spacer on shafts. These machine washers help to reduce friction and resist abrasion.
Fender washers are mainly used in the automotive industry. They are visibly unique with a much greater outside diameter than inside diameter, making the central hole appear smaller.
Unlike other washers, bevel washers are sloped on one side. Their angled design will correct the angle on an I-Beam flange and similar applications, so you have a level surface for bolting.
Quick Repair Washers
Sometimes referred to as snap or split washers, quick repair washers are commonly used in the agricultural industry. These washers are hinged, so they can be fastened by tapping the two pieces shut with a hammer.
Finishing washers (or countersunk washers) have an area that protects and holds the head of a fastener. These washers offer a flush surface once secured and come in multiple shapes.
Spacers from Epco Sales are made of thick nylon and come in different sizes and thicknesses. These fasteners are mainly used to increase distance between two parts.
Shoulder washers are commonly used to insulate fasteners and protect from electricity or moisture. Their cylindrical sleeve design pairs with a cutout and separates the bolt or screw from contact with the material it’s fastened to.
Neoprene Bonded Washers
These washers are helpful for preventing leaks or sealing joints. Neoprene bonded washers, or sealing washers, provide cushioning in applications that require more delicate materials.
Once you’ve found the specific washer for your project, check out our inventory of nuts, bolts, and screws.
Heavy-Duty Materials Used in Our Washer Inventory
Our fastener inventory includes many different types of industrial washers used in the metalworking industry. Our fastener line includes over 7,000 different parts, including imperial and metric in all grades and in materials such as stainless steel, steel, and aluminum. If you have questions regarding any of our washer material options, contact a knowledgeable service rep for more information.
We know that we can provide the washers your project requires. Let us know if you don’t see what you’re looking for, and we’ll help you find the hardware washers you need.
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At Epco Sales, we are committed to providing the best possible customer experience, and we offer proven service plans with tiered pricing options to meet your business needs. We have almost 45 years of experience helping our customers, and we make it easy to find the hardware washers you need to keep your business running smoothly.
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Contact Epco Sales for Hardware Washers & Other Industrial Fasteners
Epco Sales began as a family business in the late 1970s. We pride ourselves on providing quality fastener products with exceptional customer service.
Give us a call at 574-825-9750 or get in touch with our sales team to learn more about our washer inventory. Partner with Epco Sales for the quality products and services you need.