The "L" in stainless steel 904L heavy hex nuts stands for low carbon, more specifically, the carbon added to the alloy amounts to less than.03 percent, which indicates that it has excellent welding characteristics. Stainless Steel 904L Nut Bolts have remarkable durability, even at cryogenic temperatures, thanks to the austenitic structure. A non-stabilized austenitic stainless steel with a low carbon content that is resistant to stress corrosion cracking and crevice corrosion is known as stainless steel Din 1.4539 nuts. Stainless Steel 904L Hex Nuts are more corrosion resistant than traditional chrome nickel stainless steels, especially to sulphuric, phosphoric, and acetic acids, thanks to the presence of copper.
Austenitic stainless steel 904L coupler nuts are made for moderate to high corrosion resistance, and their low carbon content enhances weld strength and cleanliness. Stainless Steel 904L Nylon Insert Nuts were initially created to withstand corrosion in diluted sulfuric acid and are meant for use under highly corrosive environments where they have been application proved over many years. Compared to standard austenitic grades with high molybdenum content, stainless steel 904L Self-Locking Nuts are entirely austenitic structurally and less susceptible to precipitation ferrite and sigma phases. Marine environments, chemical industries, pharmaceutical industries, food industries, and more frequently employ stainless steel 904L lock nuts.
Types of 904L Nuts Made of Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel 904L Hex Nuts
Stainless Steel 904L Heavy Hex Nuts
Stainless Steel 904L Lock Nuts
Stainless Steel 904L Self Locking Nuts
Stainless Steel 904L Nylon Insert Nuts
Stainless Steel 904L Coupler Nuts
Stainless Steel 904L Bolt/Nut Application Industries
- Off-Shore Oil Drilling Companies
- Power Generation
- Gas Processing
- Specialty Chemicals
- Pharmaceutical Equipment
- Chemical Equipment
- Sea Water Equipment
- Heat Exchangers
- Pulp and Paper Industry
Several of the product's positive attributes
• Reliable services
• Dimensional precision.
• resistant to surface abrasion
• High corrosion resistance
• Outstanding harness
• Excellent pliability, etc.
The mechanism that joins or attaches two or more pipes together is known as a pipe fastener. The pipe fasteners include nuts, screws, washers, studs, bolts, pins, and other fasteners made of high- and low-carbon steel. All of these fasteners are often utilized in pipe fittings for residential or commercial buildings. Most industries utilize stainless steel 904L fasteners for their pipe fasteners.