We Stock an Extensive Range of Stainless Fasteners & Fittings
Based in Acacia Ridge, Brisbane, Anzor carries an extensive range of stainless fasteners (nuts, bolts, washers, screws etc) fittings and hardware. We pride ourselves on fast, friendly and knowledgeable service – please see our testimonials page for customer comments. Our range includes stainless fasteners in a wide range of sizes plus odd-ball fasteners. We also carry in stainless - pipe/tube fittings, marine fasteners, hose clamps, circlips, piano hinge, wire rope & wire fittings, marine & architectural hardware and lots more.
Because of our wide range and large stock holding, we endeavour to dispatch all orders the same day so that you get them the same or next day (depending on where you are!). Or you can come and see us. We deal primarily with industrial users but merchants and the public are also welcome – we don’t have a minimum order quantity :-)
Not only do carry the common grades of stainless (304, 316 , 410, 420) but can also supply, to order, fasteners made from special stainless alloys with higher strength and/or corrosion resistance properties. For example, Duplex 2205, Super Duplex 2507, Titanium, 17-4PH and many more.
We can also supply OEM items, as per your specifications. This includes fasteners in stainless and non-stainless, and also stainless steel castings.
You can deal with us on the phone, at our branch, or use our range of online services, including: a fully searchable product catalogue, for placing enquiries and orders, viewing prices along with invoices/statements, saving favourites, managing/saving projects, and a full technical library.
We are new to Brisbane, but have been in business for 19 years, and thus have a lot of expertise when it comes to sourcing and supplying stainless steel fasteners and fittings. See the Why Anzor? page to learn more about us.
News & Updates
- 24 Apr 2014 - Roll Pins – Tension Pins – Spring Pins – which?
- 24 Apr 2014 - Stainless Steel Dome Nuts – need a polished one?
- 19 Feb 2014 - Check out our new February Newsletter
- 23 Jan 2014 - What do you get if you combine a Nut with a Rivet?