Goebel Fasteners, Inc., a source for fasteners that withstand the test of time in all elements, has announced a new partnership with Aero-Space Fasteners and Electronics. Aero-Space specializes in engineered fasteners, electronic components, mechanical hardware, cable assemblies, castings, and more.
The company is now an official authorized distributor for all of Goebel’s products and tooling.
“Aero-Space is an industry leader that provides a broad range of mechanical components commonly used in electronic enclosures, power-transmission systems, play structures, automobiles, military equipment, and aerospace applications,” said TJ McFarland, national sales manager of Goebel Fasteners.
“Aero-Space is a great fit for our company’s vision and we are looking forward to working together for years to come,” he added.
The two companies entered into an agreement whereby Aero-Space Fasteners will be an authorized distributor for Goebel Fasteners’ product lines.
These consist of metric and American standard, including: blind rivets, threaded inserts, self-tapping/drilling screws, sealing washers, drill bits, nut drivers, over-center toggle latches, hand and power tools, PPE equipment, and the new G-Grip Stainless Lockbolt System — plus, many more innovative specialty products.
In continued efforts to improve the industry standard, Goebel developed a patented new multi-grip Lockbolt System made completely from T304 Stainless Steel. It’s ideal for applications where an extensive grip range is needed and a consistent flush-pin break to the collar is favorable. Learn more here.
“At Aero-Space, we pride ourselves on our strong engineering support with well over 100 years combined experience in the industry,” said Chad Pawlenty, materials manager of Aero-Space Fasteners. “Partnering with Goebel and distributing their innovative fastener solutions will help us provide our customers new products that will help streamline their manufacturing processes. Whether the application is commercial, aerospace, or military all orders will be managed with the same quality-control processes.”