Nutters Fastenings

More than just fastenings

Nutters Fastenings sells you the small pieces that hold together the bigger pieces. Without these small pieces your project will fall apart and cause a headache. We have grown to offer a service of providing information and products to you that will be suitable to make sure your project succeeds.

We accomplish this by offering our wealth of expertise from our staff to the end user. Our staff are trained and experienced within the products that we supply so that we can ensure that you choose us to make your project stand the test of time.


A rivet nut, also known as a blind rivet nut, or rivnut, is a one-piece internally threaded and counterbored tubular rivet that can be anchored entirely from one side.


A rivet is a permanent mechanical fastener. Before being installed, a rivet consists of a smooth cylindrical shaft with a head on one end. The end opposite the head is called the tail.

Sheet Steel Fixings

Our selection of sheet metal fixings includes many varieties of nuts, bushes, stand-offs, studs and more. These products are suitable for a broad range of applications that involve sheet metal materials.


Anchors are used to connect structural and non-structural elements to concrete. A connection between structural elements can be represented by a column attached to a concrete foundation.


An abrasive is a material, often a mineral, that is used to shape or finish a work piece through rubbing which leads to part of the work piece being worn away by friction.


Socket screws are also known as Allen head screws or bolts, and are fastened using a hexagonal or shaped wrench. These screws offer an aesthetically pleasing look.

Hexagon Bolting

Hex bolts have hexagonal heads and machine threads for use with a nut or in a tapped hole and are a very common choice when it comes to construction and repair.


A nut is a type of fastener with a threaded hole. Nuts are used in conjunction with a mating bolt to fasten multiple parts together. The most common shape is a hexagon.


A washer is a thin plate with a hole that is normally used to distribute the load of a threaded fastener, such as a bolt or nut. Washers are usually metal or plastic.

Wood Screws

Wood screws are probably the most commonly-used mechanical woodworking fasteners. They are used primarily for connecting wood to wood.

Self-Tapping Screws

Self-tapping screws have a wide range of tip and thread patterns, and are available with almost any possible screw head design. Common features are the screw thread covering the whole length of the screw.


Tapping screws are designed to cut their own hole as it is screwed into the materials. This creates a good snug fit between the mating threads and also allows the parts to be reassembled if necessary.

Security Screws

Security screws, also known as tamperproof screws, are otherwise standard screws but with a unique head, making it nearly impossible to remove with common tools.

Machine Screws

Machine screws are blunt ended screws used to fasten metal parts together and usually coated with brass, copper, nickel or galvanized which help to deter rust.

CT1 Sealants

Sealants are a substance used to block the passage of fluids through the surface, joints or openings in materials, a type of mechanical seal.

In the beginning…

Nutters Fastenings was setup in 2001 mainly as a supplier of sheet metal fastenings to the railway industry.

Over the following few years, we have added many additional product lines to complement our existing product ranges.

With the addition of all these new product lines, we have had to open up our trade counter and to compliment the trade counter, we have a very well experienced sales team that have over thirty years of experience between them who are always happy to help with any technical issues you may have whether it is on the phone, over email or in person.

With all of these new product ranges we have brought on board, we needed more space so that we can house all of these products in house so that we can offer you the best service possible and communication is key in this aspect.

Recently we have introduced a wide range of hand tools and hardware to our stocks that complements our ranges that we have been expanding on year after year.

So, in October 2016, we moved to a new location which gave us added space and allowed us to keep all of our products in one convenient location to help offer the best quality service and to introduce even more product lines.

We have become a one stop shop for most industrial supplies such as glues, silicone’s, cutting discs and so much more.

For those people who cannot get to our location, we have a handy fleet of five vehicles that we can offer a same day delivery or a next day delivery within a thirty-mile radius of our address which further helps offer our fantastic service and dedication to helping our customers get the job done.

And for those customers that are outside of our catchment area, we can send your orders on a next day delivery carrier for convenience and quick delivery turnaround times.

With high quality products from the likes of:

We know that we will have the correct product for you to succeed.

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