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  • Hex Machine Screw Nut
      
     

    Machine Screw Nuts 18-8 Stainless Steel

    18% Chromium, 8% Nickel 
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    These hex nuts in 18-8 stainless steel are for use with stainless steel machine screws in the corresponding diameter.
  • Finished Hex Nut
      
     

    Finished Hex Nuts 18-8 Stainless Steel

    18% Chromium, 8% Nickel 
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    Finished Hex Nuts in 18-8 stainless steel are designed for use with stainless steel bolts or screws with a specified minimum tensile strength equal or less than the specified proof stress of the mating nut. 18-8 nuts are made from one of the following austenitic alloys: 303, 303SE, 304, XM7, all of which are characterized as having a chromium content of 18% and nickel content of 8-10%. Hardness of Rockwell B95 - C32 for diameters 1/4 through 5/8. Rockwell B80 - C32 for diameters of 3/4 through 1 inch. Proof load of 100,000 psi for diameters 1/4 through 5/8 and 85,000 psi for diameters 3/4 through 1 inch.
  • Keps Nut
      
     

    Keps Nuts 18-8 Stainless Steel

    18% Chromium, 8% Nickel 
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    Keps nuts (also referred to as a K-nut or washer nut) come with an attached, free-spinning washer. They are used primarily to make assembly more convenient. 18-8 stainless steel provides a high level of corrosion resistance.
  • Finished Hex Nut
      
     

    Finished Hex Nuts A2/18-8 Stainless Steel - Metric

    A2 Stainless Steel 
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    Finished Hex Nuts in 18-8 stainless steel are for use with stainless steel bolts or screws with a specified minimum tensile strength equal or less than the specified proof stress of the mating nut. 18-8 nuts are characterized as having a chromium content of 18% and nickel content of 8-10%.
  • Finished Hex Nut
      
     

    Finished Hex Nuts 316 Stainless Steel

    316 Stainless Steel 
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    Finished Hex Nuts in 316 stainless steel are designed for use with stainless steel bolts or screws with a specified minimum tensile strength equal or less than the specified proof stress of the mating nut. 316 stainless steel differs from 18-8 by it's molybdenum content (2-3%) and a higher nickel content (10-14%). This gives 316 stainless steel a higher degree of corrosion resistance and superior strength at raised temperatures. Hardness of Rockwell B95 - C32 for diameters 1/4 through 5/8. Rockwell B80 - C32 for diameters of 3/4 through 1 inch. Proof load of 100,000 psi for diameters 1/4 through 5/8 and 85,000 psi for diameters 3/4 through 1 inch.
  • Flat Washer
      
     

    Flat Washers 18-8 Stainless Steel

     
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    Designed for use with 18-8 stainless steel screws, bolts and nuts in general industrial applications where parts are subject to corrosion.
  • Cap Nut
      
     

    Cap Nuts 18-8 Stainless Steel

    Cap Nut (Acorn Nut) 18% Chromium, 8% Nickel 
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    Typically manufactured from either low carbon steel or stainless steel, cap nuts, also referred to as acorn nuts are used to cover exposed bolt ends and add a finished appearance. These stainless steel cap nuts are composed of a hex nut and top cap consisting of 18% chromium and 8% nickel for corrosion resistance. Good for exterior and most marine applications.
  • Flat Washer
      
     

    Flat Washers 316 Stainless Steel

     
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    Designed for use with 316 stainless steel screws, bolts and nuts in general industrial applications where parts are subject to corrosion.
  • Wing Nut
      
     

    Wing Nuts 18-8 Stainless Steel

    18% Chromium, 8% Nickel 
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    Manufactured with wings that allow the nut to be manually turned to quick installation and removal.
  • Cotter Pin
      
      
     

    Cotter Pins 18-8 Stainless Steel

    18-8 Stainless Steel 
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    These cotter pins consist of a double bodied pin formed from half-round wire, a loop at one end of which provides a head. The finished part has one end of the wire extending beyond the other end, with a chiseled point. Cotter pins are used to anchor various assemblies by insertion into a drilled hole of a shaft or pin and spreading the points to hold the assembly in position. When used with castle or slotted nuts, it becomes a safety locking device. Manufactured from 18-8 stainless steel, each prong of the cotter pin will be capable of withstanding being bent back upon itself once with no visible indication of fracture occurring at the point of the bend.
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