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Alloy Steel Gr 2H Screw is austenitic stainless steel with a chemical composition of 18-22% chromium and 8-10.5% nickel. Alloy Steel Gr 2H Screw is typically used in applications requiring high strength, good corrosion resistance, and the ability to maintain its properties over a wide temperature range. This type of alloy steel may also be used for non-critical components such as aircraft interior construction parts and fasteners due to its excellent strength and durability. It is also widely popular for use in medical implants due to its highly resistant properties to corrosive agents and high-temperature environments. An additional benefit of the Alloy Steel Gr 2H Screw is that it can be easily fabricated into various shapes beyond simple fasteners. With its incredibly versatile composition, it's no wonder these screws are so highly sought after.

Gr 2H Alloy Steel Screws are of great use and have impressive properties. These screws are manufactured from a medium-carbon steel alloy containing chromium for hardness and vanadium for strength and toughness. Their tensile strength is also 150,000 PSI minimum, making them ideal for heavy-duty applications like oil/gas pipes, vehicle frames, bridges, or marine components. Additionally, these screws have anti-corrosive properties that reduce the risk of rusting and corroding from environmental exposures. Lastly, they are incredibly durable under high temperatures due to their high heat resistance, making them the perfect choice for any project with long-term exposure to extreme conditions.

FAQ's for Alloy Steel Gr 2H Screw

Generally, Alloy Steel Gr 2H Screw Prices Ranges From INR 225/Kg To INR 275/Kg.

Yes, Alloy Steel Gr 2H Screws are very heat resistant. They are especially useful for applications that require sustained high temperatures as they will not lose their strength or become brittle due to the heat.

Alloy Steel Gr 2H Screws are not considered to be environmentally friendly as they contain high levels of carbon, which can release dangerous pollutants when burned. However, they can be recycled and reused in some applications, reducing the amount of scrap material that is released into the environment.

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