What is ASTM A194?
The ASTM A194 specification covers a variety of carbon, alloy, and martensitic stainless steel nuts in the size range 1⁄4 through 4 in. and metric M6 through M100 nominal. ASTM A194 also covers austenitic stainless steel nuts in the size range 1⁄4 in. and M6 nominal and above.
What is the difference between A563 and A194?
ASTM A563 is the most commonly referenced ASTM specification for carbon and alloy steel nuts. It includes 8 grades and covers sizes from 1/4″ to 4″. ASTM A194 covers carbon and alloy steel nuts that are intended for use in high pressure and/or high temperature applications.
Is Bolt a specification 1367?
The IS 1367 Grade 8.8 specification covers carbon steel bolts and studs ranging from M-6 to M-39 diameter. We use high carbon steel material and high alloy steel raw materials to achieve the required properties in this standard.
Is A563 stainless steel?
The ASTM A563 Wing Nuts holds molybdenum, being austenite by low carbon, and is stainless steel with improved inclusion of nickel, chromium, and molybdenum.
What is the difference between 2H and DH nuts?
Grade-2H nuts are recommended for use with bolts in high-pressure and high-temperature applications. Grade-DH nuts are recommended for use with A-490, Type-1 structural bolts. Grade-DH3 nuts are for use with A-490, Type-3 structural bolts.
Is 1367 a stud?
What does 1367 mean?
Indian Standard IS 1367 is on technical supply conditions for threaded steel fasteners. There are many parts in this standard. Part numbers 3, 6, 7 and 14 are on mechanical properties and tests.
What type of steel is A572?
The ASTM A572 specification is the Standard Specification for High-Strength Low-Alloy Columbium-Vanadium Structural Steel for plates used in general construction and structural applications. ASTM A572 includes five grades with specified minimum yield strengths of 42, 50, 55, 60, and 65 ksi, respectively.