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Grommets & Washers | Eyelets | Hole Plugs | Snap Sets


Our wide array sheet metal, self-piercing, and rolled rim grommets can be coupled with flat, teeth, neck, and spur washers to meet your most demanding industrial fabric needs.


Quality Stimpson grommets are available in a variety of metals and finishes for all your commercial printing, sign, and banner needs. The 405 Bench Press and self-piercing grommets are an easy, efficient way to strengthen your products without pre-punching holes.


Marine applications demand the highest quality brass and stainless steel grommets, washers, and snap sets to withstand extreme conditions and Stimpson has you covered.


Industry standard flat and rolled flange eyelets from Stimpson, the market leader, are available in various metals for a wide variety of reinforcement needs.


Our rolled rim grommets and spur washers provide the dependable grip required for harnesses, body belts, and other specialty fall protection accessories.


Whether it’s specialized eyelets for prosthetics and braces, electrical connectors for today’s most advanced medical devices, or snaps for hospital curtains, we have the products to make your custom solution happen.

Recent News


Choosing the Ideal Finish For Your Stimpson Product

Many Stimpson customers choose to add a finish to the parts we supply.  Finishes are often purchased through Stimpson as an additional option on orders, though some customers choose to finish the parts themselves after receiving the goods. Though the …
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Popular Metal Types for Stimpson Fasteners

  Metal choices are often made on the basis of their respective qualities as detailed below, and less on aesthetic concerns.  Though there are often differences in appearance between the silver-colored metals, they are often subtle and may differ depending …
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Eyelet Measurement and Terminology

When a customer is speaking with a Stimpson customer service representative, it is helpful for both to be using the same terminology to avoid confusion. The diagram to the right illustrates the most important parts of every grommet and eyelet. …
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