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about us

Fastavia Ltd. has the capability and expertise to supply, stock and assist in the design of innovative assembly solutions for the Aerospace, Marine, Rail, Defense and Industrial markets. With some of the leading manufacturers available to us, we are confident that we are able to support you.

Fastavia is a business based on providing a technical solution to your assembly issues regardless of the direction your design takes you. We like to think of ourselves as an extension to your own design capability by offering solutions from the manufacturers we represent. Those solutions may be from existing designs or bespoke for your specific application.

We have been in business for over twenty years and during that time we have generated significant business for our principals by providing what our customers need most. Honesty, Reliability, Sound Design, Competitive pricing and excellent product support.

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Frequently asked questions

  • Why is Click Bond "the" Bonded fastener system?"
    Because it is the only product on the market that offers a closed system with high process reliability and complete repeatability. The Click Bond System helps the user to realize the requirements of the DIN2304 standard for adhesive bonding. The standard calls for control of the adhesive joint at the point of application, a bonded fastener with a positive pressure fixture such as the one designed and offered by Click Bond is the only way to 100% guarantee that this is achieved without compromising the potential of the adhesive.
  • May I use it in the marine sector?
    Yes. All qualifications and certifications are available in our ClickBond Marine page
  • What do I have to pay attention to?
  • Who is allowed to use the system?
    Free of charge training is offered and recommended by Fastavia. This should give all employers the confidence in their operators to carry out the bonding process. Each trained employee is issued a certificate of completion by Click Bond.
  • Why should I bond?
    Reduction of costs by elimination of hot work, the need for fire watchmen, and emptying/degassing of tanks. Minimizes galvanic corrosion. Maintains the structural integrity of composite bulkheads and sheet piling by eliminating through holes and potential leaks. Maximizes workflow flexibility Enables Late Stage Outfitting adjustments.
  • How long does Click Bond last?
    If you do it our way, 30 years...

Frequently asked questions

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