Disc-Lock International

The DISC-LOCK Corporation is committed to the manufacture and supply of secure, safe, durable and robust fastening solutions.

DISC-LOCK's superior vibration proof DISC-LOCK Fastening Systems are used for numerous applications in a variety of industries worldwide - DISC-LOCK products include:

  • DISC-LOCK Washers (Standard and Stainless Steel)
  • DISC-LOCK Locking Nuts
  • The DISC-LOCK Railcar Fastening System
  • The DISC-LOCK Truck Frame Fastening System
  • The DISC-LOCK Safety Wheel Nut (eliminates the risk of wheel loss)

Wheel separations from Trucks, Trailers and Buses have become a serious problem worldwide, causing accidents and fatalities. The DISC-LOCK Safety Wheel Nut is now recognized as the "Most Important Innovation in Wheel Nut Technology Since the 1930's."

Featured Articles & Products

  • Disc-Lock International announces Mid-Valley Distributors partnership

    DISC-LOCK International, a California based company specializing in the manufacture and distribution of safe, secure and vibration-proof fastening systems, including the Safety Wheel Nut, has announced Mid-Valley Distributors as a leading California distributor. “We welcome Mid-Valley Distributors as the latest member of our prominent distributor network,” said Alistair McKinlay, Chairman of DISC-LOCK International. “California is [Read More]

  • DISC-LOCK Intl announces distribution partnership with Fastbolt

    DISC-LOCK International, a California based company specializing in the manufacture and distribution of safe and secure fastening systems, including the Safety Wheel Nut, recently announced a distribution partnership with Fastbolt Corp. DISC-LOCK product distribution and will be handled by Fastbolt in the U.S. and worldwide within their global supply chain management. “Our distribution partnership with [Read More]

  • Tower bolting technology improved with interlocking cam fasteners

    Greg White Vice President DISC-LOCK International Culver City, Calif. www.disc-lock.com     Wind-turbine towers appear to be rising to new heights–literally. As blade lengths increase to capture more wind energy, towers must also reach higher to accommodate the longer blades. Increased tower dimensions also translate into elevated levels of vibration and stress on tower fasteners, [Read More]

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