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Alloy Steel Gr 2 Screws are composed of many materials, including iron and carbon. The chemical composition of these screws varies depending on the manufacturer, but generally, they contain chromium, molybdenum, manganese, and small amounts of silicon and phosphorus. Various mechanical properties can be engineered into the alloy steel by adjusting the levels of each material and treating the metal to create a custom set of characteristics for particular applications. By controlling and blending their stories, Alloy Steel Gr 2 Screws can be designed with higher heat resistance, strength, and wear resistance than plain carbon steel.

Gr 2 Alloy Steel Screws have a variety of uses and are known for their high strength and durability. They are often used in the construction industry, particularly for applications requiring reinforced structures, as they are generally more robust than traditional screws. These screws are also resistant to corrosion and oxidation, making them especially suitable for outdoor or exposed projects. In addition to their practical uses, Alloy Steel Gr 2 Screws can lend an aesthetically pleasing look in multiple finishes, such as black oxide and zinc plated coating, which gives the screws a silver luster finish. Whether looking to serve both form and function in construction projects or add beauty to DIY projects, Alloy Steel Gr 2 Screws can be a reliable tool.

FAQ's for Alloy Steel Gr 2 Screw

Alloy Steel Gr 2 Screw Starts At Rs 10/Piece To Rs 15/Piece.

Yes, Alloy Steel Gr 2 screws can rust when exposed to moisture and oxygen in the environment. This alloy contains iron which is highly reactive to oxygen and subject to corrosion in a humid atmosphere. The presence of chromium in Alloy Steel Gr 2 screws also helps reduce the possibility of rust formation, however, it needs proper maintenance and protection from corrosive elements for optimum performance.

Yes, Alloy Steel Gr 2 screws are magnetic due to their iron content. The presence of chromium also adds a minor degree of magnetism to the alloy itself, although it does not significantly alter its magnetic properties.

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