316 Stainless Steel Machine Screws
Our 316 Stainless Steel Machine Screw in 316 Stainless Steel are Excellent for use in High Corrosion Enviroments.
Most of These Machine Screws Will Have a "DIMPLE" or a "DOT" to Help Verify the Proper Alloy.
Type 316 Contains Slightly More Nickel Than 304 and 2-3% Molybdenum Giving it Better Resistance to Corrosion Than 304, Especially in Chloride Environments That Tend to Cause Pitting.
It Offers Superior Performance When Exposed to Sea Water and Resists Corrosion in Sulfuric Acid Compounds.
This Material is Best Used Where Exposed to DIRECT Salt Spray and Chemicals.
- Oval Head, Pan Head and Flat Head Machine Screws in 316 Stainless Steel are the Most Popular Head Styles.
FAQs on Machine Screws
What are the Standard Grades of Stainless Steel Machine Screws?
316 Stainless is Used For Marine, Coastal Construction, or Salt Water Applications. Also Available in 18-8 Stainless Steel or also Called 304 Stainless Steel is the Most Common Type of Stainless Steel Used.
When do you use Stainless Steel Machine Screw Fasteners?
Stainless Steel Screws are Most Commonly Used When Reliable Weather, Water and Corrosion Resistance is Required. Machine Screws are also Known as Stove Bolts or Stove Screws. These Fasteners are Commonly Used With Washers and Nuts, Or Can Be Threaded Into a Threaded Insert.
What is the Difference Between a Bolt and a Machine Screw?
A Machine Screw is a Fastener That has a Ridge or Thread Encircling the Entire Length of the Device or Sometimes Called Full Thread, Whereas a Bolt has a Threaded End and a Smooth Shaft.
This Department Contains all of the Most Popular Machine Screws in 316 Stainless Steel.
- Phillips Flat Head, Phillips Oval Head, Phillips Pan Head Machine Screws.
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