DM Special Steel Ltd is acknowledged as a manufacturer, exporter & suppliers of 304H Stainless Steel Screw, available in a variety or grades, materials, and finishes, in metric and inch sizes. We are a family owned, full line fastener distributor specializing in industrial products for companies involved in Equipment Manufacturing, Mining, Oil Refineries, Chemical manufacturing, Steel and Aluminum Manufacturing, Utilities and Transportation, and Industrial Construction.
Stainless steel fasteners are used extensively throughout industry for both original equipment manufacture as well as for replacement. The stainless steel fastener materials are identified as the B8 class of alloys and are identified in the ASTM Specification A193/193M (Standard Specification for Alloy Steel and Stainless Steel Bolting Materials for High Temperature Service). The corresponding nut specification is ASTM Specification A194/194M.
DM Special Steel Ltd carries a variety of 304H Stainless Steel Screw from Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel and High Nickel Alloy -F467 NiCu 400 (Monel) and commercial 18-8/304, 316 Stainless Steel. We supply 304H Stainless Steel Screw at great price.
Our Stainless Steel Fasteners product range includes 304H Stainless Steel Screw, Hexagon head bolt, Hexagon head screw, Round head square neck bolt, Hexagon socket head cap screw in full thread and half thread, Hexagon wood screw, Hexagon socket button head screw, Hexagon socket button flange screw, Hexagon socket counter sunk head cap screw in full thread and half thread, square nuts, square weld nuts, hexagon weld nuts, thick nyloc nuts, hexagon flange nuts, threaded rods, dowel screws and many more. We provide products as per DIN, ANSI, JIS standards.
304H Stainless Steel Screw
Product & Material
304H Stainless Steel Screw Size
Standard & Specification
M02 to M33
3 mm to 200 mm
|Packing:||IN BULK :canton/pallet, Small Boxs/carton/ pallet, or customer request|
|Origin and service-region:||European
Origin of 304H Stainless Steel Screw are Western European. However projects with eastern origin are possible on request.
|TEST CERTIFICATE||Manufacturer Test Certificate as per EN 10204 / 3.1|
|Product Grades:||304, 304L, 316, 316L, 316Ti, 200 series|
For Bolts & Screws: A2-70, A2-80, A4-70, A4-80, F593C, F593D, F593G, F593H
For Nuts: A2-70, A2-80, A4-70, A4-80, F594C, F594D, F594G, F594H, A2-035, A4-040
For SHCS: F837B, F837C, F837E, F837
For Threaded Rods: A2-70, A2-80, A4-70, A4-80, F593C, F593D, F593G, F593H, B8, B8M CL1 & CL2
Our Stainless Steel Fastener plant is equipped with various testing facilities like Tensile Testing Machine also known as tension testing. We also conduct other tests like Hardness Test, IGC Test, Positive Material Identification Test to ensure that all the product going out of our manufacturing plant are the best in terms of quality.
FASTENERS ASTM GRADES
|ASTM A193 Grade B5, ASTM A193 Grade B6, ASTM A193 Grade B7, ASTM A193 Grade B16, ASTM A193 Grade B8, ASTM A193 Grade B8C, ASTM A193 Grade B8M, ASTM A193 Grade B8T, ASTM A193 Grade B8, ASTM A193 Grade B8C, ASTM A193 Grade B8M, ASTM A193 Grade B8T, ASTM A320 Grade L7, ASTM A320 Grade L7A, ASTM A320 Grade L7B, ASTM A320 Grade LC7, ASTM A320 Grade L43, ASTM A320 Grade B8, ASTM A320 Grade B8C, ASTM A320 Grade B8T, ASTM A320 Grade B8F, ASTM A320 Grade B8M, ASTM A320 Grade B8, ASTM A320 Grade B8C, ASTM A320 Grade B8F, ASTM A320 Grade B8M, ASTM A320 Grade B8T, SAE J429 Grade 5, ASTM A449, SAE J429 Grade 5.1, SAE J429 Grade 5.2, ASTM A325 Type 1, ASTM A325 Type 2, ASTM A325 Type 3, ASTM A354 Grade BB, ASTM A354 Grade BC, SAE J429 Grade 7, SAE J429 Grade 8, ASTM A354 Grade BD, SAE J429 Grade 8.1, ASTM A490|
SS 304H Screw: Click on below for specification
|Product Name||Latest Price||Stock|
304H Stainless Steel Screw
US $0.001-12 / Piece
GRADE 8 FASTENER MATERIALS
| Type 304
6% molybdenum alloy
There are five primary classifications of stainless steel:
CREEP STRENGTHS OF TYPICAL STAINLESS STEEL FASTENER MATERIALS
|AISI TYPE||LOAD FOR 1% ELONGATION IN 10,000 Hr, ksi|
|1000 F||1100 F||1200 F||1300 F||1500 F|
Most Widely Used Austenitic Stainless Steel Modified with a Controlled Carbon Chemistry for Increased Strength to 1500°F (816°C)
Alloy 304/304H (UNS S30400/ S30409) is a modification of the most widely utilized "18-8" chromium-nickel austenitic stainless steel.
Alloy 304/304H has good resistance to atmospheric corrosion, foods and beverages and to many organic and inorganic chemicals in moderately oxidizing to moderately reducing environments. The high chromium content of the alloy provides resistance to oxidizing solutions such as nitric acid up to 55% weight and up to 176°F (80°C).
Alloy 304/304H also resists moderately aggressive organic acids such as acetic. The nickel present in the alloy provides resistance to moderately reducing solutions such as pure phosphoric acid, whatever the concentration, in cold solutions and up to 10% diluted hot solutions. The alloy can also operate successfully in caustic solutions free of chlorides or fluorides at moderate temperatures.
Alloy 304/304H does not perform well in more highly reducing environments such as those containing chlorides and sulfuric acid.
Alloy 304/304H performs well in fresh water service with low levels of chlorides (less than 100ppm). At higher chloride levels the grade is susceptible to crevice corrosion and pitting. For successful performance under these more severe conditions, higher molybdenum content is need such as 316/316L. Alloy 304/304H is not recommended for service in marine environments.
Alloy 304/304H can be easily welded and processed by standard shop fabrication practices.
Alloy 304/304H can be readily welded by most standard processes. After welding Alloy 304/304H it may be necessary to anneal the plate to restore the corrosion resistance lost by sensitization to intergranular corrosion when chromium carbides precipitate in the grain boundaries in the weld heat-affected zone.
Alloy 304/304H is subject to work hardening during deformation and is subject to chip breaking. The best machining results are achieved with slower speeds, heavier feeds, excellent lubrication, sharp tooling and powerful rigid equipment.
Working temperatures of 1652–2102°F (750–1150°C) are recommended for most hot working processes. For maximum corrosion resistance, the material should be annealed at 1900°F (1038°C) minimum and water quenched or rapidly cooled by other means after hot working.
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