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  8 May 2016  
Stainless Steel - To Paint or Not To Paint?
  21 Apr 2016  

Stainless Steel - To Paint or Not To Paint?

Well it partly depends on HOW you paint.Stainless steel needs oxygen to repair its chromium oxide passive film which prevents corrosion.  So not painting stainless steel is best.  Not painting gi...

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How's Your Wire Looking?
  15 Apr 2016  

How's Your Wire Looking?

Stainless steel wire rope looks great…..well when new or when well maintained. But there is nothing that looks worse than a balustrade full of rusty wire rope.  So how do you make sure it keeps lo...

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Avoid a Galls-Up
  5 Mar 2016  

Avoid a Galls-Up

What is stainless ‘galling’?Galling is when two threads bind together and seize. It can be fairly common when using stainless steel fasteners. This seizing or ‘cold-welding’ can result in fast...

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Avoid Future Headaches: Don't Contaminate Your Stainless Steel
  7 Feb 2016  

Avoid Future Headaches: Don't Contaminate Your Stainless Steel

The contamination of stainless steel occurs when the stainless comes into contact with an iron object, for example a tool, and as a result the iron particles are ‘smeared’ onto the stainless. When...

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Impressive New Tait Communications Headquarters uses Anzor's High Tensiles Stainless Rods
  26 May 2015  

Impressive New Tait Communications Headquarters uses Anzor's High Tensiles Stainless Rods

Tait Communications is a global leader in designing, delivering and managing innovative communications solutions.November 2014 saw the completion of Tait’s new global headquarters in Christchurch an...

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Anzor Christchurch Attends National Certified Builders Conference
  26 May 2015  

Anzor Christchurch Attends National Certified Builders Conference

Recently Anzor attended the 17th annual Certified Builders Conference in Christchurch. As an official Business Partner of the Certified Builders we look forward to these events as they are alway...

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Relax, Anzor's Got Its Eye On Quality
  16 Feb 2015  

Relax, Anzor's Got Its Eye On Quality

Critical to the supply of stainless fasteners is ensuring that the stainless steel material conforms to international standards of stainless alloys. Historically there have been concerns of low nicke...

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Higher Loads Closer to the Edge with Internally Threaded Anchors
  28 Nov 2014  

Higher Loads Closer to the Edge with Internally Threaded Anchors

Our new internally threaded anchors (in 316 stainless) allow you to work with relatively higher loadings at closer proximities to the concrete’s edge, compared with traditional sleeve anchors. For e...

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Use Stainless Steel Fasteners With Treated Timber!
  17 Oct 2013  

Use Stainless Steel Fasteners With Treated Timber!

A question often asked of us at Anzor is: are Stainless Steel Fasteners o.k with treated timber?Well the research says not only is it o.k – but it is preferred! The Ministry of Business, Innovatio...

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Nail it! In Stainless...
  16 Oct 2013  

Nail it! In Stainless...

Why use a Steel Nail when you can use a Stainless one?Steel Nails (both Galvanised and Bright) are used throughout the Construction Industry.  However often Stainless Steel Nails are overlooked due t...

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Stainless Steel Self Drilling (Tek) Screws - Hard Enough?
  16 Oct 2013  

Stainless Steel Self Drilling (Tek) Screws - Hard Enough?

There are two main types of Stainless Steel Self-Drilling Screws – Self Drilling Screws for Timber which often have a Type 17 style cutting flute:And Self Drilling Screw for Metal often called a S...

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