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Super duplex steel s32750 bolts are frequently used in installations that require corrosion and pitting resistance, as well as high strength. This alloy comprises 25% chromium, 7% nickel, 3.5% molybdenum, and 0.25% nitrogen. These components guarantee a particularly durable material with an excellent mix of physical and mechanical properties. The high levels of chromium give these bolts a greater corrosion resistance than other stainless steels, while the molybdenum contributes additional pitting resistance to prevent extra stress points in installations. Super duplex steel s32750 bolts are widely used due to their remarkable combination of resistances, making them a reliable choice for many applications.

s32750 Super duplex steel bolts are fasteners that combine the strength and durability of stainless steel with enhanced corrosion resistance. They are commonly used in high salinity or strongly acidic environments due to their excellent pitting and crevice corrosion resistance, offering superior protection even in extreme chemical exposures. Many industries rely on these bolts for applications ranging from chemical processing to oil & gas extraction. Other properties of super duplex steel s32750 bolts include excellent tensile strength, very low thermal expansion rates, and strong resistance to sulfide and stress cracking corrosion. Super duplex steel s32750 bolts offer enhanced performance in elevated and sub-zero temperatures, making them a reliable choice for industrial installation applications.

FAQ's for Super Duplex Steel S32750 Bolts

Super duplex steel s32750 bolts Start At Rs 12/Piece To Rs 18/Piece.

Super Duplex S32750 bolts are often used in oil and gas, petrochemical plants, nuclear power plants, and other corrosive environments due to their high corrosion resistance. They are also commonly used in heat exchangers, condensers, pumps and valves due to their strength at higher temperatures.

Super Duplex S32750 bolts have a maximum operating pressure of up to 5,000 psi for continuous service temperatures between -50°F and 1300°F.

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