Stainless Steel 410 Stud Bolts have the following chemical composition: Iron (Fe) is the base element of SS 410, which is present in about 70% of the alloy. Chromium (Cr) is present in about 11-13% and is responsible for the alloy's corrosion resistance and high-temperature stability. Manganese (Mn) is present in small quantities and contributes to the hardening of the material. Nickel (Ni) is absent in SS 410 Stud Bolts. Carbon (C) is present in small amounts and contributes to the strength of the material. The alloy also contains small amounts of Silicon (Si), Phosphorus (P), Sulfur (S), and Nitrogen (N).
410 Stainless Steel Stud Bolts are high-strength fasteners from a martensitic stainless steel grade. These stud bolts have good corrosion resistance, heat resistance, and high mechanical properties. They are commonly used in applications that require good tensile strength, hardness, and abrasion resistance, such as in petrochemical and gas industries, high-temperature heat exchangers, furnace parts, and valve components. They also offer good machinability, making them suitable for machining operations such as cutting, drilling, and tapping. The 410 grade of stainless steel is also magnetic, making it ideal for applications that require magnetic properties, such as magnetic shielding or magnetic filters.
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