BUMAX fasteners are a preferred choice for research institutes when building particle accelerators and beamers due to their excellent impact strength at cryogenic temperatures, low levels of impurities, low magnetic permeability and the consistent performance of our products.
BUMAX provides extremely high-quality fasteners in terms of thermal resistance, low-magnetic permeability and low-cobalt content to the world’s leading research institutions. These include CERN in Switzerland, Max IV in Sweden, Max Planck in Germany, and ITER in France.
Delivering customer value
Extreme temperature resistance – BUMAX fasteners offer excellent impact strength at cryogenic temperatures as low as 4 degrees Kelvin (-269°C), as well as high temperatures during assembly.
Low-magnetic permeability – BUMAX fasteners can be provided with non-magnetic properties to ensure they do not interfere with the movement of particles in accelerators.
Low-cobalt content – to avoid emitting gamma rays and radioactivity.
High performance – consistent, reliable and high-quality material.
Customized solutions – BUMAX can deliver stainless steel fasteners according to customer unique solutions.
Certified materials – BUMAX fasteners are delivered with full traceability and 3.1 or 3.2 certificates on demand.