Stainless steel bolts are alloyed with various elements, typically ranging from 11-27% chromium to 2% carbon, 1-2% manganese, and no more than 1.5% silicon. Nickel is added to strengthen the Bolt’s mechanical properties and increase its corrosion resistance. Other elements like molybdenum, copper, nitrogen and tungsten may also be added in small proportional amounts depending on the specific grade. All these components fuse together during the melting process to form rust- and acid-resistant products with superior strength for demanding applications such as machine parts and fasteners.
Stainless Steel bolts are an incredibly useful fastener option due to their high tensile strength and superior corrosion resistance. Featuring a unique combination of high ductility, tough strength, wear resistance, and longevity, stainless steel bolts are ideally suited for outdoor applications that require protection from varying climatic conditions. In addition, the extreme thermal stability of stainless steel bolts makes them a reliable option for use in components exposed to high temperatures. As a result, these versatile fasteners are commonly used in extreme industrial environments such as flue gas desulphurisation systems and food processing plants.
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