Fender Washers are a type of fastener used in a variety of applications. These washers are often used in automotive, construction, and plumbing applications due to their unique shape and design. They are available in a range of sizes and are manufactured according to the relevant DIN 9021 and ISO standards.
Fender Washers are made from a range of materials including mild steel, AISI 1015-25, EN 8, AISI 1035-45 and CK 35-45. These materials provide superior strength and durability, making them suitable for a wide range of applications. They are also available with a range of surface treatments, including clear zinc electroplated, yellow zinc electroplated, auto black, dacromet, geomet, black oxide, hot dip galvanized and zinc trivalent plated, ensuring a lasting finish and improved corrosion resistance.
Fender Washers are a versatile and reliable fastener, suitable for a range of applications. Their unique shape and design provide superior strength and durability, making them an ideal choice for a variety of projects.
Q: What is a Fender Washer?
A: A Fender Washer is a type of flat washer which is characterized by its large outer diameter in comparison to its central hole. It is designed to provide a greater bearing surface and distribute the load of a bolted joint.
Q: What are the standards for Fender Washers?
A: Fender Washers typically adhere to the standards of DIN 9021 and ISO.
Q: What are the specifications for Fender Washers?
A: The specifications for Fender Washers vary depending on the application for which they are being used. Please refer to the attached PDF file for details.
Q: What materials are used for Fender Washers?
A: Fender Washers are typically made from Mild Steel, AISI 1015-25, EN 8, AISI 1035-45, and CK 35-45.
Q: What surface treatments are available for Fender Washers?
A: Fender Washers can be surface treated with clear zinc electroplating, yellow zinc electroplating, auto black, dacromet, geomet, black oxide, hot dip galvanizing, and zinc trivalent plating.