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Nitronic 50 Screw is an alloy of stainless steel that provides a high level of corrosion resistance while still being incredibly tough and durable. It contains 18% chromium, 6.8% nickel, 3.2% manganese, 0.2% nitrogen, 0.14% carbon, 1% molybdenum, and trace amounts of sulfur and phosphorus. The addition of nitrogen in the mix extends the toughness at low temperatures and gives it greater strength than other austenitic steels without compromising other existing characteristics. Its corrosion resistance makes it ideal for use in environments where steel machinery or parts are exposed to extreme humidity or salt water levels, as well as abrasive acids, making this an excellent choice for projects requiring functionality and longevity in such conditions.

50 Nitronic screws are a type of alloy steel screws that provide excellent corrosion resistance and superior tensile strength and hardness. Utilized in many maritime, oil & gas applications due to their saltwater-resistance properties, Nitronic screw 50 are also used for medical implants and engine components. Stress-corrosion cracking is minimized when manufactured following the proper guidelines, allowing them to be used at temperatures ranging from -400F up to 1200F. Nitronic 50 screws have good strength at high temperatures and feature oxidation stability, helping make them an ideal choice for fastening operations in high-temperature environments.

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The Harmonized System Nomenclature (HSN) code for Nitronic 50 screw is 7318.15.

Nitronic 50 screw is a type of metal alloy which is composed of stainless steel, nickel and manganese. This makes it highly resistant to rusting as well as corrosion from natural atmospheric conditions. It can also withstand high temperatures and possesses excellent cryogenic properties.

Nitronic 50 screw has a density of 7.7 g/cm3, which is higher than the average density of stainless steel (around 7-8 g/cm3). It also has high tensile strength and hardness properties, making it ideal for a variety of applications in industries such as aerospace, marine and automotive.

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