Nitronic 40 Nuts have a unique chemical composition that helps them resist corrosion, even at elevated temperatures. The advantage of this composition is that it allows the nuts to be used in production processes or areas where other materials break down due to high humidity, drastic temperature changes, and oxidation. This type of nut is generally made from stainless steel alloys containing up to 18% chromium and 8% Nickel. The rest of the chemical composition includes manganese, molybdenum, and silicon; all of which can help provide good corrosion resistance, even when exposed to some chemicals like sulfuric acid. Due to its unique qualities, Nitronic 40 Nuts are widely used in food processing, marine environments, and other industrial operations where resistance against corrosion is of utmost importance.
Nitronic 40 Nuts are a valuable fastening tool in industrial applications. They are made from alloy steel, giving them high tensile strength and a much higher temperature resistance than other similar fasteners. Not only can these nuts take on various unique shapes and sizes – from finished hex nut to hex jam nut – but they also offer greater longevity and corrosion resistance than their alternatives. These properties make Nitronic 40 Nuts ideal for marine industries such as boat building and offshore rigs, where traditional fasteners eventually succumb to the harsh environment. Plus, because of their high oxidation resistance, these nuts can even be used in energy farms requiring extreme durability components.