Resource Centre provides information about Alcoa fasteners

Alcoa Fastening Systems has added a Resource Centre to its website. Here there are brochures, catalogues and other information and utilities relating the company's portfolio of products. All documents are in Adobe Acrobat 4.0 (3.0 compatible) format.

Alcoa brands covered by the Resource Centre include Huck, Recoil, Marson, ValueRivet and Camloc.

The Resources Centre is divided into five sections:

  • Gauges
  • Product Bulletins
  • Tooling Catalog
  • Nose Assemblies
  • Manuals

Visit the new Resource Centre now at www.alcoa.com/fastening_systems/commercial/en/resources.asp.

Howmet Aerospace (previously Alcoa Fastening Systems)

Unit C
Stafford Park 7
TELFORD
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UNITED KINGDOM

+ 44 (0)1952 290011

www.alcoa.com

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