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Bossard’s Quality Commitment

At Bossard, we continuously strive to achieve the highest levels of quality when it comes to our products and processes. Our customers count on us to deliver fasteners that are not only long-lasting but also safe.

Our commitment to high quality begins with a comprehensive series of steps to ensure that every product not only meets our uncompromising standards but also the stringent requirements and standards your company demands.

Selecting the Right Material

Choosing the right raw material is crucial for creating a quality fastener. While fasteners can be made from pure iron, adding carbon at the foundry vastly increases their strength, especially after undergoing heat treatment. We ensure our suppliers carefully consider fastener materials to ensure a strong and reliable product for a broad range of demanding applications.

Choosing Optimum Protection

Fasteners undergo heat treatment to increase their strength and provide long-lasting performance for demanding applications. In many cases, heat treatment is the only way for fasteners to achieve the mechanical properties our customers demand. Corrosion protection is also crucial for avoiding fastener failures due to rust and other forms of corrosion. By working with Bossard from the beginning of the product design process, we can help you carefully select the optimum protection needed for your fasteners and their intended applications.

Expert Testing

At our ten accredited test laboratories located throughout Europe, Asia, and America, Bossard uses state-of-the-art measuring and testing equipment to ensure that every product meets our elevated standards for quality assurance and production quality. The result is a global supplier you can trust to support your manufacturing operations with the flawless quality expected.

For more information about Bossard and our quality commitment, contact us today at ProvenProductivity@bossard.com.

Bossard's Quality Commitment by
August 07, 2020

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