For our washers in copper and aluminium, standard DIN 7603 as well as non-standard sizes, we have an extensive price list with sizes for any application.
One of our specialities is the manufacturing of shims according to DIN-988 or to any custom size. These shims can be produced in stainless steel, copper, brass, tempered steel, etc in thicknesses from 0.01mm. We have most materials in stock and can quote small as well as large series with very short lead times.
Although our production is mainly non-standard custom made metal washers, we can also produce any standardized washer, especially flat washers
With the exception of some special cases, the minimum order quantity for these washers is 1.000 pcs.
Please consult us for smaller lots of production.
Among others, we can provide the following standards:
Standard washers in steel:
- DIN-125 A and B
- DIN-125 A and B HV 140/200/300
- DIN-127 type B
- DIN-6797 J
- DIN-6798 A and J
- ISO 7089, 7090, 7091, 7092, 7093-1, 7092-2
- Contact washers
- S/NFE 25511washers
For general use.
|Stainless steel washers, notably 304 and 306. |
This material has excellent resistance to corrosion and to many chemicals.
Aluminium washers (1050/1100, 2024, …)
With excellent resistance to corrosion and with good electrical and thermal conductivity.
At normal working temperatures this material has very good mechanical resistance.
Non-magnetic, softer than steel and resistant to corrosion.
Bronze washers (SAE 660/SAE 841/phosphatised/with silicon)
An alloy of copper, tin, lead and zinc, this non-porous material is very resistant to impacts and corrosion.
Hard copper washers.
Non-magnetic and resistant to corrosion.
Annealed copper washers
The annealed copper washer offers superior sealing properties compared to hard copper washers.
This alloy has excellent resistance to impacts, cracking due to corrosion and oxidisation. It is also resistant to chemical agents such as chlorine.
Great resistance and durability.
Galvanized iron washers
Limited resistance to oxidisation
Soft iron washers
Iron with lower hardness
Nickel-Chrome washers (Inconel)
This strong alloy resists a wide range of temperatures and is resistant to corrosion.
Monel washers (alloy of nickel and copper)
Monel is extremely resistant in general and slightly magnetic, offering also resistance to heat and corrosion. Monel does not disfigure with time and is widely employed for applications in salt water and in chemical and electrical installations.
With superior resistance to corrosion to 18-8 and 316 SS, but with comparable strength, Titanium washers offer advantages in connection with salt, sulphuric acid and high temperatures.
Have very diverse uses, they are used as a radiation barrier, as added weight elements and for acoustic protection.
Wire mesh washers
Water filters for taps.
These washers are used to avoid galvanic corrosion in connections between copper and aluminium pipes.
Galvanized washers/Pasivated washers
These washers provide good protection to oxidisation. The treatments can be: Hexavalent
pasivation such as bichrome, black or green and trivalent such as blue and high resistance iridescent.
Cadmium plated washers
Perfect for corrosion resistance.
Chrome plated washers
Polished and shiny for aesthetic purposes. Wear and corrosion resistant.
When galvanized in post production these washers have better anti corrosion properties.
“Gold” plated washers
Plated in a gold coloured chemical process to add electric conductivity.
Nickel plated washers
Gives the washer a neat finish.
Silver plated washers
Silver plated copper washers add electric conductivity.
Tin plated washers
For ornamental use or to heighten soldability and oxidisation resistance.
Copper plated washers
Copper plated steel washers are an economical solution for electric conductivity.
Brass plated washers
Basically for decorative use, due to colour and shiny appearance.
For superior paint adherence and anti corrosion quality.