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Alloy Steel Gr. 2HM Screw is a medium-carbon and low alloy type of steel which contains between 0.3 to 0.7% carbon, 1.0 to 1.4% manganese, up to 0.2% silicon, and varying amounts of other elements such as sulfur, chromium, nickel, and molybdenum for increased strength and hardness. This particular alloy offers outstanding toughness and fatigue resistance at high temperatures, which makes it suitable for several applications that demand this performance level while also remaining cost-effective at the same time. Its physical properties and chemical composition create an ideal blend of strength, corrosion resistance, and hardenability, making it highly reliable in hardworking environments where temperature fluctuations occur or under extreme pressure or stress conditions commonly seen in manufacturing processes or designs subjected to heat treatments such as tempering or quenching.

The Gr 2Hm Alloy Steel Screw is a significant hardware component due to its versatile properties and uses. It has impressive strength, good wear resistance, and the ability to bear extreme temperatures even through rapid heating and cooling cycles. This makes it useful for various purposes, from functional equipment components in industrial sectors such as shipbuilding and aircraft construction to high-tech tools used in medical engineering. Moreover, it can be used with other screws and locking devices, such as nuts and washers, for added stability and reliability. With such adaptability and dependability, Alloy Steel Gr 2Hm Screws are often the preferred choice over other fasteners.

FAQ's for Alloy Steel Gr 2HM Screw

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

Alloy Steel Gr 2H screws are magnetic, as they contain iron. However, their overall strength depends on the percent composition of additional elements such as chromium, molybdenum, and manganese which are added to enhance their properties.

Alloy Steel Gr 2H screws are known for their strength and durability. They contain a combination of iron, chromium, molybdenum, and manganese which makes them resistant to corrosion and wear. This makes them well-suited for use in industrial applications that require corrosion resistance as the alloy is able to provide superior protection against harsh environments without sacrificing its strength.

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