Advance Fasteners Ltd

7370 Bramalea Rd Unit 34, Mississauga, Ontario, L5S1N6 Canada Show map
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Grease Fittings

Advance Fasteners Ltd. can provide industrial fasteners, hardware, and supplies of all types. From nuts and bolts to grease fittings, wire rope, and cutting tools, our comprehensive selection includes hundreds of product lines. During our more than 30 years in business, we have earned a reputation for excellent service and product knowledge. We are confident that we offer all the capabilities needed to be the prime supplier for all your fastener needs. Customers can use our convenient website to learn more about our selection, including detailed specifications on our tens of thousands of catalogue items.

Grease fittings

Grease fittings are used to feed lubricant into a bearing using a grease gun. These threaded fittings are installed permanently and provide a nipple connection for grease guns. The grease fitting uses a bearing ball and retaining spring to act as a valve that opens when a grease gun supplies pressure. When in the closed position, the ball keeps out dirt and prevents grease from escaping.

Typically, grease fittings are made from steel with zinc plating, stainless steel, or brass. This type of bearing and lubrication setup offers a number of advantages including cost-effectiveness, simplicity, and long life.

Company expertise

Since 1984, Advance Fasteners Ltd. has been serving the manufacturing and construction sectors by supplying a wide range of high quality fasteners. Our company is committed to excellence, and our success has been due to wide customer acceptance of our exceptional service, fair dealings, and reasonable prices. To ensure our customers always get the fasteners they need quickly, we are ready to be of service at all times.

Industries served

Grease fittings are commonly used on automobiles and a variety of industrial, agricultural, and mining equipment. These fittings are also often used in marine engines, because when greases is pumped into the fitting it expels moisture that would cause corrosion.