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GUIDES &
REFERENCES
REFERENCE GUIDES
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SECTION de CATALOGUE / LISTE DE PRODUITS GÉNÉRALS
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E
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H
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M
N
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P
Q
R
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T
U
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W
X
Y
Cabinets, coffres, casiers
Forêts, tarauds
Boulons UNC/UNF
Tiges filletées
Vis à six pans creux & pression
Écrous
Filets rapportés
Rondelles
Vis
Métrique complet
Acier inoxydable
Ancrages
Goupilles
Maillons, chaines & crochets
Bouchons & connecteurs
Rivets, inserts, riveteuses
Avdel®
Colliers de serrages
Rondelles isolantes en caoutchouc
Ressorts
Rotules et ball joints
Raccords de graisse
Raccords de cuivre
Raccords SMC & Dot
Raccords Airmax®
Produits électrique Prolite®
Bayco®
Sylvania®
Produits Fasbec chimique
Adhésifs - Fas stix®
Enduits - Protek®
Lubrifiant - Faslub®
Nettoyeur - Faspro®
Peintures - Fasco®
Ruban caoutchouc - mousse
Scellant & Uréthane - Fasflex®
Produits Fasbec chimique (suite)
Silicone - Faslub®
Car system®
Kleen-flo®
Krylon®
Y
Molyslip®
Permatex®
Rubberset®
Sprayon®
Sure Shot®
Tri-flow®
Abrasifs - Abmast®
Z
Abrasifs - Gemtex®
AA Fixations Fasbec®
Produits Automotive
Bouchon vidange d’huile
Boyaux
BB
Collet de silencieux
Écrous de roues
Pesée de roues
Outils
Avdel®
Bayco®
Batteries Energizer®
Boisvert & Milette®
embouts de tournevis
Garant®
CC
Gray tools®
HILTI®
Horizon® gants
Makita®
Olfa® couteaux
Scoline®
Sécurité
Divers
DD
Kimberly Clark®
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Inches
Fractions
1/64
1/32
3/64
1/16
5/64
3/32
7/64
1/8
9/64
5/32
11/64
3/16
13/64
7/32
15/64
1/4
17/64
9/32
19/64
5/16
21/64
11/32
23/64
3/8
25/64
13/32
27/64
7/16
29/64
15/32
31/64
1/2
33/64
17/32
35/64
9/16
37/64
19/32
39/64
5/8
41/64
21/32
43/64
11/16
45/64
23/32
47/64
3/4
49/64
Inches
Decimals
.0004
.004
.01
.0156
.0197
.0295
.03125
.0394
.0469
.059
.0625
.0781
.0787
.094
.0984
.109
.1181
.125
.1378
.141
.156
.1575
.172
.177
.1875
.1969
.203
.2165
.219
.234
.2362
.250
.2559
.2656
.2756
.281
.2953
.297
.3125
.315
.328
.335
.344
.3543
.359
.374
.375
.391
.3937
.406
.413
.422
.4331
.438
.453
.469
.4724
.484
.492
.500
.5118
.5156
.531
.547
.5512
.563
.571
.578
.5906
.594
.609
.625
.6299
.6406
.6496
.656
.6693
.672
.6875
.703
.7087
.719
.7283
.734
.7480
.750
.7656
MM
.01
.10
.25
.397
.50
.75
.794
1.00
1.191
1.5
1.588
1.984
2.
2.381
2.5
2.778
3.
3.175
3.5
3.572
3.969
4.
4.366
4.5
4.763
5.
5.159
5.5
5.556
5.953
6.
6.350
6.5
6.747
7.
7.144
7.5
7.541
7.938
8.
8.334
8.5
8.731
9.
9.128
9.5
9.525
9.922
10.
10.319
10.5
10.716
11.
11.113
11.509
11.906
12.
12.303
12.5
12.700
13.
13.097
13.494
13.891
14.
14.288
14.5
14.684
15.
15.081
15.478
15.875
16.
16.272
16.5
16.669
17.
17.066
17.463
17.859
18.
18.256
18.5
18.653
19.
19.050
19.447
Fractions
Decimals
25/32
.781
.7874
.797
.8125
.8268
.828
.844
.859
.8661
.875
.8906
.9055
.9062
.922
.9375
.9449
.953
.969
.9843
.9844
1.000
1.0236
1.0312
1.062
1.063
1.094
1.1024
1.125
1.1417
1.156
1.1811
1.1875
1.219
1.2205
1.250
1.2598
1.281
1.2992
1.312
1.3386
1.344
1.375
1.3779
1.406
1.4173
1.438
1.4567
1.469
1.4961
1.500
1.531
1.5354
1.562
1.5748
1.594
1.6142
1.625
1.6535
1.6562
1.6875
1.6929
1.719
1.7323
1.750
1.7717
1.781
1.8110
1.8125
1.844
1.8504
1.875
1.8898
1.9062
1.9291
1.9375
1.9685
1.969
2.000
2.0079
2.03125
2.0472
2.062
2.0866
2.094
2.125
2.126
2.156
51/64
13/16
53/64
27/32
55/64
7/8
57/64
29/32
59/64
15/16
61/64
31/32
63/64
1
1-1/32
1-1/16
1-3/32
1-1/8
1-5/32
1-3/16
1-7/32
1-1/4
1-9/32
1-5/16
1-11/32
1-3/8
1-13/32
1-7/16
1-15/32
1-1/2
1-17/32
1-9/16
1-19/32
1-5/8
1-21/32
1-11/16
1-23/32
1-3/4
1-25/32
1-13/16
1-27/32
1-7/8
1-29/32
1-15/16
1-31/32
2
2-1/32
2-1/16
2-3/32
2-1/8
2-5/32
Fractions, Decimals and Millimetres
Inches
MM
19.844
20.
20.241
20.638
21.
21.034
21.431
21.828
22.
22.225
22.622
23.
23.019
23.416
23.813
24.
24.209
24.606
25.
25.003
25.400
26.
26.194
26.988
27.
27.781
28.
28.575
29.
29.369
30.
30.163
30.956
31.
31.750
32.
32.544
33.
33.338
34.
34.131
34.925
35.
35.719
36.
36.513
37.
37.306
38.
38.100
38.894
39.
39.688
40.
40.481
41.
41.275
42.
42.069
42.863
43.
43.656
44.
44.450
45.
45.244
46.
46.038
46.831
47.
47.625
48.
48.419
49.
49.213
50.
50.006
50.800
51.
51.594
52.
52.388
53.
53.181
53.975
54.
54.769
Fractions
2-3/16
2-7/32
2-1/4
2-9/32
2-5/16
2-11/32
2-3/8
2-13/32
2-7/16
2-15/32
2-1/2
2-17/32
2-9/16
2-19/32
2-5/8
2-21/32
2-11/16
2-23/32
2-3/4
2-25/32
2-13/16
2-27/32
2-7/8
2-29/32
2-15/16
2-31/32
3
3-1/32
3-1/16
3-3/32
3-1/8
3-5/32
3-3/16
3-7/32
3-1/4
3-9/32
3-5/16
3-11/32
3-3/8
3-13/32
3-7/16
3-15/32
3-1/2
3-17/32
3-9/16
3-19/32
3-5/8
3-21/32
Inches
Decimals
2.165
2.1875
2.2047
2.219
2.244
2.250
2.281
2.2835
2.312
2.3228
2.344
2.3622
2.375
2.4016
2.406
2.438
2.4409
2.469
2.4803
2.500
2.5197
2.531
2.559
2.562
2.594
2.5984
2.625
2.638
2.656
2.6772
2.6875
2.7165
2.719
2.750
2.7559
2.781
2.7953
2.8125
2.8346
2.844
2.8740
2.875
2.9062
2.9134
2.9375
2.9527
2.969
2.9921
3.000
3.0312
3.0315
3.062
3.0709
3.094
3.1102
3.125
3.1496
3.156
3.1875
3.1890
3.219
3.2283
3.250
3.2677
3.281
3.3071
3.312
3.344
3.3464
3.375
3.3858
3.406
3.4252
3.438
3.4646
3.469
3.500
3.5039
3.531
3.5433
3.562
3.5827
3.594
3.622
3.625
3.656
3.6614
MM
Fractions
Decimals
MM
55.
55.563
56.
56.356
57.
57.150
57.944
58.
58.738
59.
59.531
60.
60.325
61.
61.119
61.913
62.
62.706
63.
63.500
64.
64.294
65.
65.088
65.881
66.
66.675
67.
67.469
68.
68.263
69.
69.056
69.850
70.
70.6439
71.
71.4376
72.
72.2314
73.
73.025
73.819
74.
74.613
75.
75.406
76.
76.200
76.994
77.
77.788
78.
78.581
79.
79.375
80.
80.169
80.963
81.
81.756
82.
82.550
83.
83.344
84.
84.1377
84.9314
85.
85.725
86.
86.519
87.
87.313
88.
88.106
88.900
89.
89.694
90.
90.4877
91.
91.281
92.
92.075
92.869
93.
3-11/16
3.6875
3.7008
3.719
3.7401
3.750
3.7795
3.781
3.8125
3.8189
3.844
3.8583
3.875
3.8976
3.9062
3.9370
3.9375
3.969
3.9764
4.000
4.062
4.125
4.1338
4.1875
4.250
4.312
4.3307
4.375
4.438
4.500
4.5275
4.562
4.625
4.6875
4.7244
4.750
4.8125
4.875
4.9212
4.9375
5.000
5.1181
5.250
5.500
5-5118
5.750
5.9055
6.000
6.250
6.2992
6.500
6.6929
6.750
7.000
7.0866
7.4803
7.500
7.8740
8.000
8.2677
8.500
8.6614
9.000
9.0551
9.4488
9.500
9.8425
10.000
10.2362
10.6299
11.000
11.0236
11.4173
11.8110
12.000
13.000
13.7795
14.000
15.000
15.7480
16.000
17.000
17.7165
18.000
19.000
19.6850
20.000
93.663
94.
94.456
95.
95.250
96.
96.044
96.838
97.
97.631
98.
98.425
99.
99.219
100.
100.013
100.806
101.
101.600
103.188
104.775
105.
106.363
107.950
109.538
110.
111.125
112.713
114.300
115.
115.888
117.475
119.063
120.
120.650
122.238
123.825
125.
125.413
127.000
130.
133.350
139.700
140.
146.050
150.
152.400
158.750
160.
165.100
170.
171.450
177.800
180.
190.
190.500
200.
203.200
210.
215.900
220.
228.600
230.
240.
241.300
250.
254.001
260.
270.
279.401
280.
290.
300.
304.801
330.201
350.
355.601
381.001
400.
406.401
431.801
450.
457.201
482.601
500.
508.001
3-23/32
3-3/4
3-25/32
3-13/16
3-27/32
3-7/8
3-29/32
3-15/16
3-31/32
4
4-1/16
4-1/8
4-3/16
4-1/4
4-5/16
4-3/8
4-7/16
4-1/2
4-9/16
4-5/8
4-11/16
4-3/4
4-13/16
4-7/8
4-15/16
5
5-1/4
5-1/2
5-3/4
6
6-1/4
6-1/2
6-3/4
7
7-1/2
8
8-1/2
9
9-1/2
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
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Équivalent de boulons et écrous - standards et métriques
symboles et abréviations
DIA.
UNC
UNF
HEX
ÉQUIVALENT
1
64
72
-
M2
x
0.40
3
48
56
-
M2.5
x
0.45
ANSI = American National Standards Institute
4
40
48
-
M3
x
0.5
ASTM=American Society for Testing and Materials
6
32
40
-
M3.5
x
0.6
BSW = British Standard Whitworth
8
32
36
-
M4
x
0.7
DIN = Deutsches Institut für Normung
10
24
32
-
M5
x
0.8
ISO = International Organization for Standardization
1/4
20
28
7/16
M6
x
1.00
JIS = Japenese Industriel Standards
5/16
18
24
1/2
M8
x
1.25
SAE = Filet fin
3/8
16
24
9/16
M10
x
1.50
7/16
14
20
11/16
M12
x
1.75
1/2
13
20
3/4
M14
x
2.00
9/16
12
18
7/8
5/8
11
18
15/16
M16
x
2.00
3/4
10
16
1-1/8
M20
x
2.50
7/8
9
14
1-5/16
1
8
14
1-1/2
M24
x
3.00
1-1/8
7
12
1-11/16
M30
x
3.50
1-1/4
7
12
1-7/8
M36
x
4.00
1-1/2
6
12
2-1/4
-
pas (pitch) boulons métriques
PAS / PITCH = Distance entre les filets
-
-
Guide pour pas (pitch) de filets et tête hexagone de boulons métriques
Diamètre
Boulon
PAs (pitch)
Filet
Régulier
Filet
Fin
Filet
Extra Fin
Filet
Extra x Fin
Internationale
Norme Tête hexagone / hex. head Norm
DIN
i.s.o.
hex. j.i.s.
3mm
.50
6 mm
-
-
4mm
.70
7mm
-
-
5mm
.80
8mm
-
-
6mm
1.00
10mm
10mm
10mm
.75
7mm
1.00
11mm
-
8mm
1.25
1.00
.75
13mm
13mm
12mm
10mm
1.50
1.25
1.00
17mm
16mm
14mm
12mm
1.75
1.50
1.25
19mm
18mm
17mm
14mm
2.00
1.50
1.25
22mm
21mm
-
16mm
2.00
1.50
1.00
24mm
24mm
-
18mm
2.50
2.00
1.50
27mm
27mm
-
20mm
2.50
2.00
1.50
30mm
30mm
-
22mm
2.50
2.00
1.50
32mm
34mm
-
24mm
3.00
2.00
1.50
36mm
36mm
-
1.00
1.00
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½
1
1½
2
2½
3
3½
4
4½
5
5½
6
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GRADE 8
FASBELLOY
tableau de forces des boulons / bolt clamp loads - suggested assembly torque values
GRADE 2
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Nickel
Max.
Carbon
Max.
Mangan
Max.
phosph
Max.
Sulfur
Molybd
Max.
Silicon
Copper
Other
Elements
17-19%
17-19%
17-19%
17-10%
18-20%
18-20%
17-19%
16-18%
22-24%
24-28%
18-20%
17-19%
17-19%
302
302HQ
XM7
303
304
304L
305
316
309
310
317
321
347
9-13%
9-12%
11-15%
19-22%
12-15%
10-14%
10.513%
8-12%
8-10.5%
8-10%
8-10%
8-10%
8-10%
8-13%
Usually
8-10.5%
.08%
.08%
.08%
.25%
.2%
.08%
.12%
.03%
.08%
.15%
.10%
.08%
Usually
.02 or
less
.15%
.08%
Usually
.03-05%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
.2%
2%
2%
2%
2%
.03%
.03%
.045%
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REV130312
.03%
.035
.03%
.03%
.03%
.03%
.03%
.15 Min.
.03%
.03%
.03%
.03-15%
Usually
.03%
.045%
.45%
.045%
.045%
.045%
.045%
.045%
.45%
.02%
.045%
.045%
.045%
.2%
Usually
.045%
LISTE DES COMPOSANTES DES DIFFÉRENTES ACIERS INOXYDABLES – (SUITE)
17-20%
Usually
17-19%
18-8
Also referred
to as 300
Seris.
3-4%
2-3%
1%
1%
1%
1.5%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
3-4%
3-4%
0-4%
Usually
2%-3%
Columbian & Tantalum
– 10 times carbon.
Titanium – 5 times
carbon content
300 SERIES AUSTENITIC STAINLESS : Accounts for 85%-90% of stainless fasteners; best corrosion resistance of stainless alloys; non-magnetic before
cold working; low heat conductivity; good strength at higher temperature; not hardenable by heat treatment.
Chromium
Yield
Approx.
Hardness
Special Characteristics
40,000 min.
After cold work :
90,000 typical for
1/4-5/8 dia :
50,000-70,000 typical
for 3/4 & over dia.
40,000 min.
100,000-120,000
85,000-140,000 usual
range. After cold work :
120,000 typical for 3/4-1’’
dia : 80,000 typical above
1’’ dia.
See 309
See 309
See 309
See 309
60,000-80,000
40,000 min. After cold
work : 80,000-90,000
typicalfor 1/4-5/8 dia;
50,000-70,000 typical
for 3/4 & over dia.
See 302HQ
B85-95
B85-95
B85-95
B85-95
B85-95
40,000 min. After cold
work : 80,000-90,000
typical 1/4-5/8 dia;
45,000-65,000 typical
3/4 & over dia.
See 302HQ
B85-95
B85-95
40,000 min.
Typical : 50,000-70,000
40,000 min. After cold
work : 80,000-90,000
typical 1/4-5/8 dia;
45,000-70,000 typical
3/4 & over dia.
Slightly lower than 304 due to lower carbon content
85,000-150,000 usual
range. After cold work :
125,000 typical for 1/45/8 dia; 100,000 typical for
3/4-1’’ dia; 90,000 typical
above 1’’ dia.
90,000-125,000
80,000-140,000 usual
range. After cold work :
100,000-120,000 Typical
for 1/4-5/8 dia. 100,000
typical for 3/4-1’’ dia;
80,000 typical over 1’’ dia.
90,000-125,000 Typical :
100,000
80,000-150,000 usual
range. After cold work :
100,000-125,000 typical
for 1/4-5/8 dia; 100,000
typical for 3/4-1’’ dia;
80,000-90,000 typical
over 1’’ dia.
Columbium and Tantalum give similar properties to 321.
Titanium improves interganular corrosion
resistance, by avoiding carbide precipitation;
good for intermitent heating applications and
corrosion resistance to 1600 deg. F.
High chromium and nickel with added molybdenium give greater tensile strength and corrosion
resistance at high temperatures.
Similar to 309 at high temperatures; extra
corrosion resistance to salt.
Higher chromium and nickel give better orrosion
resistance at high temperatures (1900 deg F,)
Addition of molybdenum increases corrosion
resistance to chloride and sulfides.
High nickel content lowers work hardening
during severe cold forming and keeps parts
non-magnetic.
Low carbon increases corrosion resistance and
welding capacity.
Most popular stainless for hex head cap screws;
also frequently used for flat washers.
Good for machineability in products such as
large nuts ; not for cold forming; higher carbon
and sulfur may lower corrosion resistance.
Similar to 302HQ
Extra copper reduces work hardening during
cold forming; commonly used for machine
screws, metal scres, small nuts.
Higher carbon content than 302HQ or 304;
ductile; often used in wire-typice products such
as springs, screens, cable; common material for
that washers.
Most common designation for non-magnetic
stainless fasteners; encompasses 30 to 40
various mixtures of 301, 302, 303, 304, 305
and XM7
Tensile and yield will increase sharply in austenitic fasteners made by cold forming but may decrease in fastners made by
machining. Consequently, the range for tensile and yield is broad and depends largely on how fasteners are made. Grades
commonly used for cold forming such as 302HQ, 304, and 316 may have much higher strength than other grades.
Tensile
LISTE DES COMPOSANTES POUR ACIER INOXYDABLE / TECHNICAL LISTE FOR STAINLESS STEEL
ACIER INOXYDABLE / STAINLESS STEEL
Chromium
Nickel
Max.
Carbon
Max.
Mangan
Max.
phosph
Max.
Sulfur
Molybd
Max.
Silicon
Copper
Other
Elements
12-14%
12-14%
11.514.5%
16-18%
15.5175%
416
420
405
430
630
.03%
.15%
.03%
.15%
Usually
.03%
1%
1%
1%
1%
.3%
.04%
.04%
.04%
.5%
.5%
.03%
.03%
.03%
1%
2.0%
3.84.9%
3-5%
95%
59-62%
Naval
Bronze
94.8%
min.
Phosphorus
Bronze
2-4%
3.8%
96.0%
min.
60-65%
94-96%
1.5%
Bronze
Alloy 655
.1-3% Alum.
.25% Zinc,
1.2-1.8% Magnesium,
Remainder Alum.
2.5%-Iron,
.5%-Alum.,
.15% Sulf.,
Remainder copper
Columbian &
Tantatum-15.4
5%
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.5-1% Tin, 2% Lead
remainder Zinc
5% Tin
.05-.8% Laad,
.05-1.5% Zinc.
.05% Lead max.
1.5% Zinc max.
.05% Lead max.
1.5% Zinc max.
35-40% Zinc.
.05-.15 Lead
3% Lead
remainder Zinc
35% Zinc
BRASS AND BRONZE
Commercial
Bronze
.07%
Bronze
Alloy 651
Commercial
Brass
250,000 heat treated
150,000-200,000 if
heat treated
150,000 heat treated
200,000 heat treated
See 410
180,000 heat treated
180,000-250,000 if
heat treated
70,000-75,000
See 405
70,000
60,000
See Bronze 651
30,000
35,000
35,000-45,000
35,000
30,000
45,000
50,000 heat treated
40,000-70,000
105,000
40,000-45,000
See Bronze 651
70,000-80,000
55,000
50,000
70,000
60,000 heat treated
80,000-125,000
135,000
PRECIPITATION HARDENED STAINLESS, MONEL, AND ALUMINUM
1%
1%
61.5%
.3-9%
2%
1%
1%
1%
Brass
Alloy 360
.3%
.07%
.04%
.06%
.04%
.06%
Usually
.04%
Approx.
Hardness
C45
C34
C34-45
B65
B60
B70B75
B60
B55
B65
B60
heat
treated
B70
C28
B65B75
FERRITIC STAINLESS : A few percent of stainless fasteners; magnetic; not hardenable by heat treatment; high chromium content helps corrosion resistance.
1%
1.25%
1%
1.25%
Usually
1%
65%
.06%
63-70%
3.5%
.12%
.08%
.30%Norm.
15% Min.
.15%
.15%
.30%
Usually
.15-.30%
Brass
Alloy 270
Aluminum
2024
.1%
11.513.5%
410
Monel 400
11.5% 14%
400
Mixture
Martensitic
Yield
Special Characteristics
Addition of tin gives better corrosion resistance against salt water.
Tin increases strength; phosphorus helps against
stress corrosion; excellent cold forming properties.
Addition of lead helps machineability.
Used for hot forged fasteners.
Generally used for hex head cap screws.
Easier to cold form as copper content
increases; as copper content decreases, the
metal becomes stronger and harder.
Good machineability due to added lead; good
for screw machine parts.
Good cold forming due to high copper
content; also used for milled from bar nuts.
Most popular of aluminum alloys; needs heat
treatment for strength.
Most commonly used nickel-cooper alloy for
cold forming; excellent corrosion resistance in
heat and salt water.
Infrequently used; high corrosion resistance;
strength and ductility in high and low temperatures due to solution annealing and hardening.
Most popular of territic stainless; higher carbon
content adds strength; used for cold forming
and hot forging but low machineability.
Low corrosion resistance; added aluminum
lowers tensile strength
Higher carbon gives greater strength but
lowers corrosion resistance.
Higher sulfur content helps machineability but
lowers corrosion resistance.
Higher carbon content gives strength; most
popular of the grades with 12% chrome; used
in highly stressed conditions.
Often a mixture of different 400 materials,
usually with carbon content twoards high end
of max, giving greater strength but lowering
corrosion resistance.
Tensile and yield will increase sharply in martensitic stainless by heat treating.
Tensile
LISTE DES COMPOSANTES POUR ACIER INOXYDABLE / TECHNICAL LISTE FOR STAINLESS STEEL
400 SERIES MARTENSITIC STAINLESS : About 5% of stainless fasteners; magnetic; no nickel and high carbon content mean the lowest
corrosion resistance among the different types of stainless.
REV130312
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