BONFATTI FILETTATURE SRL
PRODUCTION AND PROCESSING of HIGH-strength fasteners
Bonfatti Filettature was established in 1965 as a small turning shop, by Gianni Bonfatti. Originally located in the old town of Modena, the company relocated to the Torrazzi industrial district in 1977, remaining small in scale and continuing with its turning activities.
In 1985, it expanded its 150 sqm of production space to 300 sqm and started specialising in rolled threads. Nowadays, our manufacturing site spreads over an area of 2,400 sqm and extensive storage facilities ensure we always have the raw material we handle (S355J2 and 42CrMo4bon) in stock and ready for processing. We also permanently stock a wide range of standard products. Every year, our machines process 1,800.00 tonnes of raw material, all purchased from leading steelworks in Italy. We also focus particularly on quality, which is why our products always come with a 3.1 certificate and batches are clearly marked and 100% traceable. In 2012, we had our quality system certified as compliant with UNI EN ISO 9001: 2008 through certifying body TUV. The following year, despite the earthquake that hit the Emilia Romagna region, we remained attentive to the needs of our considerable national and international customer base and also managed to qualify as a Metal Processing Centre. In September 2014, meanwhile, as a final goal, we applied for EN 1090-1:2009+A1:2011. This will enable use to identify production batches in fastener classes 5.6-8.8 and 10.9 in accordance with CE marking for structural components.
Our strengths include punctual deliveries and a wide assortment of supplies always in stock (ranging from unprocessed raw material to finished products), which means we are able to meet customer requirements without delay. In addition to our highly qualified staff, we also use contractors for certain turning processes. Products can be supplied unfinished or electrolytically galvanised. Other services available on request include thread rolling on contract and linear/diamond knurling.