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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
656-6572 Global Industrial Sentry Supply Llc Not Provided Surface Mount Hinge Set, Lh-In/Rh-Out, W/Fasteners, Chrome Plated Brass
656-6575 Global Industrial Sentry Supply Llc Not Provided Surface Mount Hinge Set, Rh-In/Lh-Out, W/Fasteners, Chrome Plated Brass
656-2798 Global Industrial Sentry Supply Llc Not Provided Latch & Keeper Assembly, In/Out, W/Fasteners, Chrome
2266 Global Industrial Powers Fasteners Inc. Not Provided Wall-Dog ™ Screw Anchor, Light Duty, Chrome Robertson Head, 1-1/4"
2316 Global Industrial Powers Fasteners Inc. Not Provided Wall-Dog ™ Screw Anchor, Light Duty, Pan Head, 1-1/4", Chrome
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  • Comparative Analysis of Stainless Steel and Carbon Steel Fasteners
    . material. • Martensitic Chrome Stainless Steel (AISI 410 & 420,. EN/DIN 1.4516 & 1.4021). Carbon and stainless steel are the most common materials. • Austenitic Nickel Stainless Steel (AISI 302, 304, 305 or. from which fasteners are manufactured and each is. EN/DIN 1.4319, 1.4301, 1.4303). available
  • From Medical Equipment to Implants, Innovative Self-Locking Fasteners Safeguard Reliability
    as possible. A recent Biomet elbow replacement device, for instance, joins a polyethylene bearing of an. ulna component with two cobalt chrome articulating surfaces on the humeral component. using the Spiralock thread. “We had to find a way to lock the articulation together in a compact form without
  • Hex-chrome-free process turns the screws on corrosion
    As manufacturers try to balance market demands for increased performance, recent environmental mandates such as ELV (End-of-Life Vehicle Directive), have forced companies to reexamine how they use corrosion-resistant coatings. This examination has trickled down to fasteners in applications
  • Aircraft Fasteners Keep Race Cars on the Track
    the weakest parts in the rods. " Carrillo rods are constructed of forged chrome molybdenum, a high-strength alloy commonly used in aerospace applications. Fred Carrillo had worked in the aerospace industry and, through his connections, was introduced to SPS Technologies. The Jenkintown, Pa., company
  • Brite Passivation/Brite Ultracleaning-A
    : Automotive - Manufacturers of. automotive fasteners. Mfg/Method: Cold Heading/Machining. Alloy: 18-8 Stainless Steel. ProbleM: Customer needed parts to stand up to harsh out-. door environment and to match chrome parts on semi-tractors. The parts were dull and contaminated with surface impurities
  • How RPM Impacts Torque Output
    to put a chrome socket from your tool chest on the end of your impact wrench, grab the protective eyewear at the same time. Take steps to secure it to the tool with a pin and o-ring. After all, the tool spins in free speed at several thousand RPM, so protect yourself and others around you by securing
  • Automakers reveal their concepts of the future
    with a molded tonneau cover, secured with chrome-finished fasteners. White leather covers the seats, instrument panel, pillars, scuff plates, and interior door panels. Brushed aluminum accents the white leather interior. The exterior features an integrated chrome hood scoop and large round head-lamps
  • Brite Passivating/Decorative
    machining. solutIon: Able’s electropolishing proprietary technique stripped the cop-. Before. per coating, brightened the finish to near-chrome quality and gave the part an. anti-corrosive finish. Note to Engineer: Able® has refined its processing capabilities on large quantity fastener applications
  • Medical Device Link .
    , if the metallurgy of materials allows them to be welded, then a laser can weld them. In the medical device manufacturing industry, it is most common to use biocompatible metallic alloys. Stainless steel, titanium, cobalt chrome, platinum and shape memory alloys such as Nitinol are all suitable
  • Avoiding Plating Headaches
    and covering/throwing power) would not be on the laundry list of headaches. Unfortunately chrome, zinc, tin, gold and most other plating operations are not "electroless" and end-up as items 1) and 3) on "THE LIST".  .   .        THE LIST .   . 1) Sharp pointed edges or points. . 2) Lack of either drain

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