Stainless Steel 414 Stud Bolts are made of an alloy of iron, chromium, nickel, molybdenum, and manganese. The chromium content provides resistance to corrosion, while the nickel and molybdenum improve toughness and strength. The composition of Stainless Steel 414 Stud Bolts typically includes, by weight: 0.15% carbon, 12.00-14.00% chromium, 1.00-1.25% molybdenum, 0.70-0.80% nickel, 0.15-0.35% manganese, 1.00% silicon, 0.040% phosphorus, 0.030% sulfur, 0.75% copper. Other trace elements may also be present in small amounts.
414 Stainless Steel Stud Bolts are made of a martensitic stainless steel alloy with high strength and moderate corrosion resistance. They are commonly used in high-stress applications where high strength is needed, such as in flanges, pumps, valves, and gearboxes. They have good machinability, high resistance to thermal fatigue, and good resistance to stress corrosion cracking. Their opposition to corrosion can be improved through passivation or electropolishing. They have a high-temperature oxidation resistance, making them suitable for high-temperature applications. These stud bolts are ideal for fastening in corrosive environments such as marine and chemical processing applications.
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