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Gr B7M

Alloy Steel Gr B7M Screws are composed mainly of chromium, molybdenum, and nickel. These three elements form a hard compound known as chromium-molybdenum steel, more commonly known under its trade name "AISI 4140." With its great resistance to abrasion and strain, this alloy steel is ideal for applications requiring a strong and reliable material, such as retaining threads in screws. The addition of a grain refining element such as boron makes B7M an even stronger choice that has better thermal properties than standard Gr 5 variants. For that reason, these screws are widely used in high-pressure systems since they can withstand extreme temperatures longer than other types of fasteners with the same strength ratings.

Gr B7M Alloy Steel Screws are extremely useful in a variety of applications due to their unique properties. This class of steel contains chromium, molybdenum, and silicon, which give it higher corrosion and heat resistance than many other elements. It has excellent tensile strength and is often used in high-pressure environments or in areas where vibration needs to be limited. Furthermore, the alloy steel material is non-magnetic and non-corrosive, making it the perfect choice for components exposed to water or salt water. It is also very impact resistant and able to handle extreme temperatures and pressure without fracturing. All these properties make Alloy Steel Gr B7M Screws an ideal choice for fastening applications requiring long-lasting durability and performance.

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Alloy Steel Gr B7M Screw Starts At Rs 12/Piece To Rs 15/Piece.

The main benefits of using Alloy Steel Gr B7M Screws include their superior strength and durability as well as their corrosion resistance properties in harsh environments. They also have excellent fatigue resistance which helps increase the service life of components fastened with them.

Yes, Alloy Steel Gr B7M Screws offer excellent corrosion resistance due to their high levels of chromium and molybdenum. This makes them ideal for corrosive environments, where they can withstand exposure to water, chemicals, and other corrosive materials. Regular maintenance and inspection are necessary to ensure the screws retain their corrosion-resistant properties.

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