|Minimum Order Quantity||100 Kg|
|Material Grade||Steel 430 Bar|
|Diameter||Dia 16 mm - Dia 200 mm|
|Product Form||Round, Square, Flat & Rectangular|
Grade 430 is a ferritic, straight chromium, non-hard enable grade, combining good corrosion resistance and formability characteristics with useful mechanical properties. Its ability to resist nitric acid attack permits its use in specific chemical applications but automotive trim and appliance components represents its largest fields of application.
Grade 430F is the free-machining version of this grade, available in bar form for use in automatic screw machines. Grade 434 is the molybdenum bearing version of Grade 430 and has the same useful combination of properties. Its molybdenum addition improves corrosion resistance.
These properties for 430 are specified for flat rolled product (plate, sheet and coil) in ASTM A240/A240M. Similar but not necessarily identical properties are specified for other products such as forgings and bar in their respective specifications. Properties of Grade 430F are specified for bar in ASTM A582.
|Material Grade||Stainless Steel,Duplex Steel,Carbon Steel,Alloys Steel,Nickel Alloys,Hastelloy &,Inconel|
|Size||M3 - M56 | 3/6" to 2" | Custom Sizes|
|Threaded Rods Fasteners Types||Stud Full Threaded Rods,Double Ended Stud Threaded Rods,Zinc Plated Stud Threaded Rods,Body Stud|
|Standard||ASTM A193 / A193,ASME SA193 / SA194|
|Thread Requirements of Threaded Rod||UNC & UNF,ASME B1.1,Class 2A (Fastenal will inspect and accept parts with a 1A no-go gauge)|
|Stainless Steel||ASTM / ASME SA 312 GR. TP 304,304L,304H,309S,309H,310S,310H,316,316TI,316H,316 LN|
|Duplex Steel||UNS NO S 31803,S 32205,S 32550,S 32750,S 32760.|
|Alloys Steel||ASTM / ASME A 335 GRP 1,P 5,P 9,P 11,P 12,P 22,P 23,P 91|
|Nickel Alloys||Nickel Alloys 200,Nickel Alloys 201|
|Hastelloy||Hastelloy C-22,Hastelloy C-276,Hastelloy C-2000,Hastelloy C-4,Hastelloy X,Hastelloy B,Hastello|
|Inconel||Inconel 600,Inconel 601,Inconel 625,Inconel 686,Inconel 718,Inconel 800,Inconel 825|
Stainless Steel Threaded Rod is a continuous length of bar that is threaded so a nut can be screwed on from either end. All thread, Running Thread, Threaded Bar, Studding, Studs or Stainless-Steel Threaded Rod is usually Class 50 by default, but is often made to Class 70 strength in most sizes. Class 50, 70 or Class 80 refers to its Tensile Strength; with Class 50 meaning a Tensile Strength of 500MPA. Class 70 or 80 is available in various sizes. Threaded Rods Fasteners are used to create non-permanent joints i.e. joints that can be removed or dismantled without damaging the joining components. There are three major steel Threaded Rods Fasteners used in industries: Stainless steel, Carbon steel & Alloy steel. The major grade used in Stainless Steel Threaded Rods are: - 200 series, 300 series, and 400 series.
Titanium, Aluminum & other various alloys are also common materials for construction In many cases, special coatings or plating may be applied to Steel Threaded Rods Fasteners to improve their performance characteristics by, for example, Enhancing Corrosion Resistance. Common coatings/plating’s include Zinc, Chrome & Hot Dip Galvanizing (HDG).
A threaded rod is a type of a fastening bar which is relatively long & threaded on both the ends of the rod. The threading on the Stainless-Steel ACME threaded rod may be extended up to the entire length of the rod. This is also known as a stud.
Generally produced from cold-rolled stainless-steel grades. the cost of this ss threaded rod is low.
Fully Threaded Stud Bolts – The body of these threaded rods are fully covered by threads and hence are utilized for its engagement to the mating of nuts or similar fasteners.
Tap End Stud Bolts – the extreme ends of the body of the Tap End Stud Bolts are threaded with an unequal thread engagement length.
Double End Stud Bolts – These rods have equal thread length at both ends.
|Single Piece Length||3-6 m|