Essentra Components manufactures and distributes one of the world's most extensive ranges of small, essential, component solutions for protection and finishing purposes. Our range includes caps and plugs, workholding clamps, fasteners, handles & knobs, PCB hardware and more. We work with 70% of the world's top 100 global manufacturers, offering over 35,000 products and 1 billion parts in stock for fast dispatch. We offer free sampling on most of our standard products, allowing customers to "try before you buy" and have 3D CAD files available to download. In addition to our standard ranges, our manufacturing experience enables us to develop solutions to solve specific customer requirements where a standard product is not available.
Essentra Components has announced thousands of new catalogue products focused on the needs of its industrial manufacturing customers. The additions include 5,000 new SKUs of standard machine parts including handwheels, knobs, levers, handles, control knobs, and indexing plungers. Alongside new PA, (more...)
The latest technological innovations reach a wide variety of industries and components, even revolutionising the humble screw. Many industries now require that fasteners have increased strength, resistance to extreme temperatures, smoother surfaces and lower friction.
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EAE Elektroteknik is a member of the EAE Group which was established in 1995 to manufacture low voltage electrical enclosures under the E-Kabin brand. When EAE faced growing customer demands to increase the productivity and efficiency of its data cabinet locking system, it turned to Essentra (more...)
Following the acquisition of Micro Plastics in 2017, Essentra Components acquired Nolato Hertila AB in 2018 to increase its product offering to 35,000 products available – 75% of which are manufactured under the Essentra brand covering fasteners, caps and plugs, access hardware, cable (more...)
Here the experts from Essentra Components compare plastic and metal fasteners, and explain why the plastic option can often be a better choice.
Metal is the most common material used to create fastening solutions, however plastic fasteners offer a different and often more appropriate set of (more...)