Nitronic bars are an alloy consisting mainly of iron, nitrogen and chromium. This combination of metals creates a highly resistant material to corrosion, making it suitable for use in marine environments or other conditions where rust might otherwise be dangerous. It also has superior wear and fatigue resistance over plain carbon and carbon-manganese steels; this means that nitronic bars can withstand high stress in twisting and impact applications without losing their strength properties. All these qualities make nitronic bars formulae ideal for manufacturing spindles, shafts, gears, and cutting tools due to their hardness and abrasion resistance.
Nitronic bars have numerous applications due to their excellent corrosion resistance, sulfuric acid, and crevice corrosion resistance. As a result, they help produce automotive parts, hardware products, chemical processing equipment and marine shafting access. Regarding physical properties, nitronic bars provide high strength and hardness at elevated temperatures while maintaining their tensile strength and elasticity in extreme temperatures. Plus, they are magnetic, which means they can be used in assemblies requiring magnets. On top of all this, they can be welded using plasma or TIG welding, making them a go-to material for many applications.
These bars include national and international specifications and standards like ASTM, ASME, ANSI, JIS, DIN, and BS. The size of these bars varies as per the demand and requirements of customers. These nitronic bars are available in various forms like square, round, hexagon and billet. Moreover, they have a black and polished finish, making them even brighter and softer. These bars are well tested and inspected by quality experts and inspection agencies that, in turn, offer quality approval certificates and pack these bars in the best quality of cases or boxes, preventing them from damage and rust.
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