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317 Stainless Steel Screw is classified as a molybdenum-bearing austenitic stainless steel type with more nickel, chromium, and silicon than its 304 counterparts. This component’s chemical makeup, B16, is mainly comprised of iron and varying carbon levels. It also contains 18-20% chromium and 11-15% nickel to give it superior corrosion resistance compared to other grades. The added molybdenum element elevates the steel’s strength by improving its ability to withstand numerous chlorides and mineral acids while remaining impervious to pitting in most unique cases. Stainless Steel 317 Screw provides weldability, wear resistance, and high-temperature capability, making it one of the most coveted alloys on the market.

Stainless Steel 317 Screws are a type of fastener used for various assemblies. Their superior durability and corrosion resistance make them especially popular in marine, aviation, oil-drilling, chemical processing and food preparation applications. The composition of stainless steel 317 alloy also gives it high-temperature tolerance; as such, it is often used to secure machinery and components exposed to extreme temperatures. Moreover, this kind of alloy eliminates the risk of toxins leeching into food products with pleasant visuals and attractive appearances during its transport or usage. Due to these features, Stainless Steel Screws 317 are an excellent choice for many industries.

FAQ's for Stainless Steel 317 Screw

Stainless Steel 317 Screw Starts At Rs 11/Piece To Rs 15/Piece

HSN code of stainless steel 317 screw is 7318.

Stainless Steel 317 screw is not magnetic because it does not contain iron as part of its alloying elements. For a material to be considered magnetic, it needs to include iron in order for a magnetic field to take effect on it.

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