Established in the early 1980’s, Leyton Fasteners have been supplying fasteners to industry in the UK and right across the globe. As a market leader in the industry, Leyton Fasteners have extensive knowledge of industrial fasteners, stocking and supplying a huge range of fasteners to light and heavy engineering firms, manufacturers and construction companies.
Leyton Fasteners stock room is commonly referred to as the Aladdin’s Cave. They stock every type of fastener imaginable, in a variety of materials. On the rare occasion they don’t have the fastener in stock they will certainly know where to get it. They also carry large stocks of rare and obsolete fasteners in a range of sizes and materials.
Leyton Fasteners pride themselves on their outstanding customer service. Their team have decades of experience in the fasteners, engineering and associated industries. They have access to a vast range of contacts, suppliers and manufacturers who they are in daily contact with to ensure they have the best range of fasteners available for their customers.
Leyton Fasteners supply the following range of trade fasteners in Cheshire, Wirral, Liverpool and right across the UK:
- Anchor Bolts
- Industrial Fasteners
- Bespoke Fasteners
- Obsolete Fasteners
- Through Bolts
- Hexagon Bolts & Screwsets
- Construction & Anchor
- Socket Screws
- Imperial Nuts & Bolts
- U Bolts
- British Standard Whitworth
- Classic Car Fasteners
British Standard Whitworth Fasteners
Leyton Fasteners receive a large number of of enquiries from businesses who have older equipment, machinery and are looking for British Standard Whitworth bolts & nuts for maintenance work. They are often able to satisfy their needs, directly from their own stock room. If its not in their stock room they will work with their manufacturers to source them for you.
What Is British Standard Whitworth?
Devised in 1841 by Sir Joseph Whitworth, the imperial threadform British Standard Whitworth was the first national standard screw thread in the world. The threadform became widley used in the manufacturing of British cars, motorbikes, ships, railways and machinery. Whitworth bolts & nuts are still commonly used by classic car enthusiasts, during restoration projects.