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August 30, 2022

Building a Safe Work Environment, One Bolt at a Time.

As part of working in a nuclear facility, you do your fair share of walking past pressure vessels and flanges. Because pressure vessels hold a lot of high-pressure material, it is important to have the correct bolts and nuts to help prevent any fatal injuries and make regular maintenance work easier to manage.


Our in-house laboratory performs chemical analysis, machined specimen tensile testing, full-size tensile testing, Rockwell hardness testing, macroetch examination, x-ray plating thickness, and adhesion testing, ensuring that our products are performing at the required level of durability and strength. We understand the importance to have bolting material that meets your specific requirements, so we make sure the material that leaves our facility meets the quality program and material specifications required for your needs.

Quality and safety are of the utmost importance to us at T&T which is why we created a Nuclear Faster Inspection Education Course where participants can be trained by Fastener Specialists. Our course will help improve your knowledge and understanding of technical requirements for nuclear fastener visual and dimensional inspection, including relevant requirements set forth in Title 10 Code Federal Regulation Part 50 Appendix B, ASME NQA-1, ASME Section II, ASME Section III, and Title 10 Code Federal Regulation Part 21.

For more information and to register please visit us at

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