PennEngineering

PennEngineering, headquartered in Danboro, PA and founded in 1942, is a global leader in fastening solutions and the parent of PennEngineering, PennEngineering Automotive Fasteners, 3V® Fasteners Company, Inc. and QRP®, Inc. PennEngineering companies provide fastener and fastener installation design and product solutions worldwide for diverse industries, including electronics, computer, data/telecom, medical, automotive, marine, aerospace/aircraft, and general manufacturing.

Our fastener quality management system is ISO9001 registered and Department of Defense QSLM approved, and we can support DFARS clause 252.225-7014 requirements. In addition, our Galway, Ireland, and Kunshan, China facilities are registered to Technical Specification ISO/TS 16949. This further underscores our commitment to excellence as we continue to provide quality products and services that meet or exceed our customers’ expectations.

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Product release on PEMHEX locknuts from PennEngineering

PEMHEX® self-clinching prevailing torque locknuts from PennEngineering® integrate a trademarked blue nylon hexagonal insert designed to prevent mating screws from loosening in service due to vibration, thermal cycling, or other application-related factors.  The reusable locking element provides the necessary torque resistance to securely grip mating screws and allow for their repeated installation and removal over [Read More]

Aluminum and Stainless Steel microPEM TackSert Pins

Aluminum and stainless steel microPEM® TackSert® pins from PennEngineering provide cost-effective alternatives to micro screws for attaching top panels to base panels or chassis in compact electronic assemblies.  They will attach top panels of any material to a base or chassis manufactured from common cast metals (such as magnesium and aluminum) or plastics (such as [Read More]

Self-Clinching Free-Running Locknuts from PennEngineering

New PEM® S-RT™ self-clinching free-running locknuts from PennEngineering® feature a modified thread angle enabling easier tightening of mating screws and superior vibration-resistant locking performance in thin metal assemblies. The modified thread formation allows mating screws to spin freely during the attachment process until clamp load is induced during the screw-tightening process. The applied clamp load [Read More]

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