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Asia Bolts & Nuts (MFG) Sdn.Bhd.
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Asia Bolts & Nuts (MFG) Sdn.Bhd.
No. 29-5, Jalan Loke Yew, 55200
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Tel: +6-03-9222-2488 (6 lines) 
Fax: +6-03-9222-8554  
Email:
info@abnasiabolts.com

A strong commitment to quality is reflected across ABN in all its undertakings where high standards are maintained at all stages.

We have in place very stringent quality monitor and assessment systems to ensure that strict adherence to specifications and order are complied.

Our various satisfied customers upon the receipt of their products have testified this fact.


Mr. Roger Lee Ah Tee - Executive Director

 


Asia Bolts & Nuts
Sdn Bhd Established in 1982 to supply quality bolts, and nuts. Since then, the company has grown rapidly and play an important role in supplying a wide range of bolts, nuts and fasteners to the building and manufacturing industries in Malaysia.

Asia Bolts & Nuts (MFG) Sdn Bhd was incorporated in 1993, subsequently Anchor Bolts & Nuts Sdn Bhd was formed in Johor Bahru in 1993 to serve the market in the southern region, followed by;

Asia Bolts & Nuts (Klang) Sdn Bhd a fully computerized subsidiary was incorporated in 1996 to serve the market in the western region on Klang Valley. Corporate Objectives

Corporate Expansion    Corporate Mission

In line with our aggressive planning for further expansion to meet market needs, our Manufacturing Plant:

Asia Bolts & Nuts (MFG) Sdn.Bhd.
No. 29-5, Jalan Loke Yew, 55200
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Tel: +6-03-9222-2488 (6 lines) 
Fax: +6-03-9222-8554  
Email:
info@abnasiabolts.com

 
 
 
 
 

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The Fastener Specialist - Asia Bolts & Nuts Manufacturer of bolts and nuts, fasteners for export
 

 
Glossary of terminology on topics related to nuts and bolts, threaded fasteners and tightening techniques.

HEAT TIGHTENING
Heat tightening utilises the thermal expansion characteristics of the bolt.

The bolt is heated and expands: the nut is indexed (using the angle of turn method) and the system allowed to cool.

As the bolt attempts to contract it is constrained longitudinally by the clamped material and a preload results.

Methods of heating include direct flame, sheathed heating coil and carbon resistance elements.

The process is slow, especially if the strain in the bolt is to be measured, since the system must return to ambient temperature for each measurement.

This is not a widely used method and is generally used only on very large bolts.

 
 

HIGH STRENGTH FRICTION GRIP BOLTS - Sometimes abbreviated to HSFG bolts. Bolts which are of high tensile strength used in conjunction with high strength nuts and hardened steel washers in structural steelwork. The bolts are tightened to a specified minimum shank tension so that transverse loads are transferred across the joint by friction between the plates rather than by shear across the bolt shank.

HOLD AND DRIVE BOLTS
Special bolts that have a tang at the threaded end of the shank. This tang is gripped by the tightening tool during assembly so that the reaction torque is absorbed whilst the nut is tightened from the same side. Such bolts allow what used to need to be done by two men became a one-man task.