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Product name : Stainless Steel Weld Nuts
Item : MTNUTWENST
material : Stainless Steel
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  Details:
Standard:   DIN928(Square),DIN929(Hex),DIN 977(Hex Flange), JIS B 1196-1994 
Material:
SUS301,304,18/8,0Cr18Ni9,X5CrNi1810,X10Cr13,410S21,if you need to use other stainless steel, please let us know.
Heat Treatment: None for normal, If you have special hardness requirement, please let us know.
Surface Hardness:220HV is Normal, 750HV max after Quench with SUS410
Finish:None.
HeadN/A
Tensile strength:700N/mm2
Thread Direction:Normal is right hand/dextrorotation, if you want left hand, please let us know.
Refer to document as below:
                 
Stainless Steel Weld Nuts.pdf       

 
  Stainless Steel Weld Nuts, when creating a sculpture or other product out of metal, a welder will occasionally need to attach a weld nut. Weld nuts function in the same way as standard hardware nuts, providing a threaded cylinder to accommodate a bolt. The difference is that welded nuts are meant to be fastened to a welded project and therefore often have additional surface area to attach them to an object.
 
"Stainless Steel" - With the addition of 12% chromium to iron, stainless steel is formed. The chromium protects the iron against most corrosion or red colored rust; thus the term "stainless steel". The ability of stainless to form a thin layer of protection on its outside surface, called a "passive film", is its most important characteristic in preventing corrosion.
 
"18-8" - 300 series stainless steel having approximately (not exactly) 18% chromium and 8% nickel. The term "18-8" is used interchangeably to characterize fasteners made of 302,302HQ,303,304,384, XM7, and other variables of these grades with close chemical compositions. There is little overall difference in corrosion resistance among the 18-8 types, but slight differences in chemical composition do make certain grades more resistant than others against particular chemicals or atmospheres.
 
Austentic - Refers to 300 series stainless, the most popular of the stainless alloys accounting for 85%-90% of stainless fasteners sold Named for sir Robert Williams Austen, an English metallurgist, austentic stainless is a crystal structure formed by heating steel, chromium, and nickel to a high temperature where it forms the characteristics of 300 series stainless steel.
  
And below is the common drawing for this kind:





 

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