High-strength stainless steel/titanium screws with strength equivalent to steel are available
High-strength stainless steel hex socket bolts can withstand approximately 1.8 times greater load than general stainless steel types, enabling smaller screw diameters and reduced quantities to be used, saving space and reducing weight. The specific gravity of high-strength titanium screws is approximately 60% that of stainless steel types.
|Part Number / Strength /
|0.2% Proof Load
||705 - 945
||690 - 835
||12 or More
High-Strength Stainless Steel Screws
High-Strength Titanium Screws
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