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Stainless Steel 384 Washers are made from chromium, nickel, and molybdenum alloy. With 19 percent chromium content and 11.5 percent nickel content, this alloy is highly resistant to corrosion and rust. Additionally, thanks to the molybdenum content (1.9 percent, Stainless Steel Washers 384  are very durable in extreme temperatures, such as very high or low temperatures, oxidation, or other forms of exposure to harsh chemicals or solvents. This makes them ideal for specialized applications where temperature ranges and corrosive atmospheres might be expected.

Stainless steel 384 washer is a versatile material with a wide range of uses, primarily due to its superior durability and strength. Thanks to its corrosion resistance ability, stainless steel 384 washers are highly resistant to oxidization, meaning key components experience less wear and tear over time. Additionally, their flexibility makes them great for use in various applications requiring high-strenuous vibrations or regular displacement. Their low coefficient of friction discourages waterproofing and helps ensure long-term performance in salt spray conditions. Plus, because they are so lightweight compared to many other metals, machining with 384 stainless steel washers is pretty simple – even for large-scale installations! Whether used for plumbing fixtures, lawn mower parts, or sophisticated electronics cases and aircraft structures, this resilient material provides the optimal strength and energy efficiency needed for any application.

FAQ's for Stainless Steel 384 Washer

Stainless steel 384 washers are most commonly used in industrial and commercial applications due to their superior strength and resistance to corrosion. They are also popularly used in marine industry, automotive industry, and general fabrication.

The weight of the stainless steel 384 washer depends on its size and thickness. Generally, a standard sized stainless steel washer will weigh between 2-4 ounces depending on the size.

No, stainless steel 384 alloy is not magnetically attracted, although it may have slightly magnetic properties due to its chromium content.

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