Smith Bullough manufactures non-standard and special fasteners in metric and imperial (BSF, BSW, UNC, UNF). Materials include steel, stainless steel, super duplex, non-ferrous and exotics.
More than 750 tonnes of semi-finished blanks are held in stock for rapid delivery.
Our in-house quality department contains a full test laboratory, performing hardness & tensile testing, plating and surface coating thickness checks, ultrasound scans, microscopic investigation and metallurgical reporting.
Smith Bullough currently have for sale an INDUCTELEC. 75 KV Induction Heater.
Ex Nottingham University. Very little used. Good condition. Suitable for production or spares. Reactors alone for this type of unit are in short supply and sell for about £1.500 each.
May be inspected on site. Sold as seen.
Type ISI 75/10/600
Main line amps =180
John Hilton and Tim Garton represented Smith Bullough at the Torque Expo Fastener Exhibition at Silverstone on the 11th and 12th of October.
John and Tim were kept busy with visitors who represented a good cross-section of the British fastener distribution industry. Great interest was shown in our non-standard Metric range and the special bolting that is produced in our factory, alongside the new ranges of fasteners in stainless, non-ferrous and exotic materials made possible by our expansion in 2016.
Many great contacts were made and we look forward to Torque Expo 2017!
Two good days were spent at the Torque Expo Fastener Exhibition, which was held at Silverstone on the 13th and 14th of October 2015.
John Hilton and Tim Garton represented us at the exhibition. Many attendees from the fastener distribution industry showed interest in our range of manufacture, which includes non-standard and special metric fasteners, as well as the BSW, BSF, UNC and UNF imperial sizes for which we have been traditionally known. The distributors were pleased to learn of our policy of only supplying to the distribution trade.
The gala dinner was very well attended by more than 200 people, who were entertained by a magician and an after-dinner speaker.
A Ferrari racing car was available for some of the exhibitors and their guests to drive on part of the Grand Prix track. A very understanding instructor accompanied all the prospective ‘Lewis Hamiltons’. Tim was fortunate to have a drive on this iconic circuit and his memories from the instructor were to ‘keep the power on’ as he approached Stowe, at the end of the Hangar Straight at a speed well in excess of 100 MPH!