• Assemble

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    to create by putting components or members together; construct; fabricate; bond


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to create by putting components or members together; construct; fabricate; bond


Today’s assembly process requires a vast understanding of technologies ranging from industrial impacts, accurate shut-off clutch, sealant dispense and cure, to advanced tightening strategies utilizing transducerized torque tool technology; and regardless of your assembly process: bolting, bonding, joining, fastening, or riveting; Air Power is the leading source for manufacturing assembly solutions. Whether your application requires data collection, metered dispense, poke-yoke, automation, or standard tightening considerations the Air Power Team has you covered. Air Power’s experienced sales staff, application engineers, in-house repair and service technicians, and stocking branch locations position us as the leading supplier within the industry. Our brands, our partners, and our people understand the importance and critical nature of the assembly process and are prepared to partner in order to meet and exceed your production and quality goals.

Drilling & Fastening

  • Rivnut Inserts
  • Blind Rivets
  • Nuts and Bolts
  • Screws and Inserts

Precision Fastening

  • Torque Controlled
  • Transducerized
  • Automatic Shut Off
  • Click Wrenches

Calibration & Auditing

  • Static Transducers
  • Inline Rotary Transducers
  • Click Wrenches
  • Process Auditing & Validation

Torque Management

  • Torque Tubes
  • Ergonomic Torque Arms
  • Reaction Devices
  • Custom Fixtures

Structural Adhesive & Material Bonding

  • Used to assemble two surfaces together, usually producing a smooth bond – involving glues, epoxies, or various plastic agents that bond by evaporation of a solvent or by curing a bonding agent with heat, pressure, or time.
  • Potting – Filling a complete electronic assembly with a solid or gelatinous compound for resistance to shock and vibration and exclusion of moisture and corrosive agents

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