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Nitronic 40 screw is a tough, corrosion-resistant stainless steel that combines nitrogen and chromium to create an alloy that is most commonly used in high heat applications. It is specially designed with a combination of chemical composition including 17-19% chromium, 8-10% nickel, 0.1-0.2% nitrogen and 2% molybdenum which makes it stand out from other kinds of stainless steels. The nitrogen in the alloy gives Nitronic 40 more strength than conventional stainless steel along with its excellent corrosion resistance at extreme temperatures. With its great resistance to wear, fatigue and galling due to its low carbon content, 40 Nitronic screw offers the perfect combination of mechanical properties for many industrial applications such as aerospace components and marine applications.

Nitronic Screw 40 are a type of stainless steel hardware that offers many advantages over traditional steel fasteners. These screws are highly resistant to corrosion, meaning parts held together with them retain their strength and integrity for significantly longer than those fastened with regular steel. They also have high tensile strength and can withstand temperatures up to 1315°C (2400°F). As such, 40 Nitronic screw have become a popular choice in applications where strong fasteners must be used in corrosive environments or at very high temperatures. Their capability in extreme conditions make them ideal for automotive and aerospace manufacturing as well as marine, power generation and other industrial uses.

FAQ's for Nitronic 40 Screw

The Tensile Strength of Nitronic 40 Screw is typically 180,000 psi (1241 MPa).

No, Nitronic 40 Screw is non-magnetic and highly resistant to corrosion.

Yes, due to its high creep strength and oxidation resistance, it is suitable for temperatures up to 1150 °F (621 °C).

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