Processing 410 stainless steel countersunk head cross recessed dovetail screw flat head drill tail self-tapping screw 3/4

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Screw head table

Washers (spring) washers, circlips are elastic pads or card lock washers a washer that prevents bolts from loosening. The working principle of lock washers is very simple. It consists of two washers. The outside is a radial relief surface, and the inside is a helical tooth surface. When assembling, the inner helical tooth surfaces are opposite each other, and the outer radial raised surface is engaged with the contact surfaces at both ends. When the connecting piece is vibrated and the bolt tends to loosen, only the inner helical tooth surfaces of the two washers are allowed to face each other. Staggered movement, resulting in lifting tension, so as to achieve 100% locking.

Machining 410 stainless steel

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Countersunk cross recess

dovetail screw

The performance grade 8.8 of stainless steel bolts refers to the material's tensile strength limit of 800MPa and yield limit of 640MPa. The performance grades of stainless steel bolts, studs and studs are divided into 10 grades: from 3.6 to 12.9. The number before the decimal point represents 1/100 of the tensile strength limit of the material, and the number after the decimal point represents 10 times the ratio of the material's yield limit to the tensile strength limit. There are 7 grades of performance grades for nuts, from 4 to 12. The numbers roughly represent 1/100 of the minimum stress that the stainless steel nut is guaranteed to withstand. For unified inch threads, there are three thread grades for external threads: grades 1A, 2A and 3A, and three grades for internal threads: grades 1B, 2B and 3B, all of which are clearance fits. The higher the rating number, the tighter the fit. Classes 1, 1A and 1B, very loose tolerance classes, which are suitable for tolerance fits of internal and external threads. Grades 2, 2A and 2B are the most common thread tolerance grades specified for inch series mechanical stainless steel fasteners. Grades 3, 3A and 3B, screwed together to form the tightest fit, suitable for tight tolerance stainless steel standard parts, for safety critical designs. Metric threads, there are three thread grades for external threads: 4h, 6h and 6g, and three thread grades for internal threads: 5H, 6H, 7H. Thread fit is best combined into H/g, H/h or G/h. For bolts, stainless steel nuts and other refined fastener threads, the standard recommends 6H/6g fit. Carbon steel: The strength grade is marked by ? It consists of two separated numbers. The meaning of the number part before the ? in the marking code represents the nominal tensile strength, for example, 4 in grade 4.8 represents 1/100 of the nominal tensile strength of 400N/MM2. The meaning of the ? and the number part after the point in the marking code represents the yield-strength ratio, that is, the ratio of the nominal yield point or the nominal yield strength to the nominal tensile strength. For example, the yield point of grade 4.8 products is 320N/mm2. The strength grade mark of stainless steel products consists of two parts separated by —. The symbol before — in the sign code indicates the material. Such as: A2, A4 and other signs — indicate strength, such as: A2-70 Carbon steel: The mechanical properties of bolts can be divided into: 3.6, 4.6, 4.8, 5.6, 5.8, 6.8, 8.8, 9.8, 10.9, 12.9 in total 10 performance levels

Flat head drill tail self-tapping screw

The quality of electroplating is measured primarily by its corrosion resistance, followed by appearance. Corrosion resistance is to imitate the working environment of the product, set it as the test condition, and perform a corrosion test on it. The quality of electroplating products shall be controlled from the following aspects: 1. Appearance: Partial uncoated, scorched, rough, gray, peeling, crusted, and obvious stripes are not allowed on the surface of the product, and pinholes, pitting, and black plating are not allowed. Slag, loose passivation film, cracks, peeling off and serious passivation marks. 2. Coating thickness: The operating life of fasteners in corrosive atmosphere is proportional to its coating thickness. The general recommended thickness of economical electroplating coating is 0.00015in ~ 0.0005in (4 ~ 12um). Hot-dip galvanizing: the standard average thickness is 54 um (43 um for diameter ≤ 3/8), and the minimum thickness is 43 um (37 um for diameter ≤ 3/8). 3. Coating distribution: With different deposition methods, the aggregation method of the coating on the surface of the fastener is also different. During electroplating, the coating metal is not uniformly deposited on the peripheral edge, and a thicker coating is obtained at the corners. In the threaded portion of the fastener, the thickest coating is located on the thread crest, gradually thinning along the flank of the thread, and the thinnest deposit is at the bottom of the thread, while hot dip galvanizing is just the opposite, the thicker coating is deposited on the inside corners and On the bottom of the thread, mechanical plating tends to deposit the same metal as hot-dip plating, but is smoother and has a much more uniform thickness over the entire surface [3]. 4. Hydrogen embrittlement: During the processing and processing of fasteners, especially in the pickling and alkali washing before plating and the subsequent electroplating process, the surface absorbs hydrogen atoms, and the deposited metal coating then traps hydrogen. When the fastener is tightened, the hydrogen is transferred towards the most stressed parts, causing the pressure to build up beyond the strength of the base metal and producing microscopic surface cracks. Hydrogen is particularly active and quickly seeps into the newly formed fissures. This pressure-rupture-penetration cycle continues until the fastener breaks. Usually occurs within a few hours after the first stress application. To eliminate the threat of hydrogen embrittlement, fasteners are heated and baked as soon as possible after plating to allow hydrogen to seep out of the plating, typically at 375-4000F (176-190C) for 3-24 hours. Since mechanical galvanizing is non-electrolyte, this virtually eliminates the threat of hydrogen embrittlement, which exists in galvanizing using electrochemical methods. In addition, due to engineering standards, it is forbidden to hot-dip galvanize fasteners with hardness higher than HRC35 (Imperial Gr8, metric 10.9 and above). Therefore, hydrogen embrittlement rarely occurs in hot-dip plated fasteners. 5. Adhesion: Cut or pry off with a solid tip and considerable pressure. If, in front of the blade tip, the coating peels off in flakes or skins, exposing the base metal, the adhesion shall be considered insufficient.


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