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Bolt mat'l for offshore marine (sea water) exposure
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Bolt mat'l for offshore marine (sea water) exposure

Bolt mat'l for offshore marine (sea water) exposure

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I am working on a project where I need to select the bolt material that will withstand long-term exposure to marine environments.  What mat'l would you recommend that has a relatively high strength?  The fastener will retain a 316SS vessel (at ambient temperature) .  I would desire >100K PSI yield.  Thanks!

RE: Bolt mat'l for offshore marine (sea water) exposure

We usually use A286 stainless steel, Titanium or Inconel 625

RE: Bolt mat'l for offshore marine (sea water) exposure

Bolt materials coated with PEEK have been recommended previously for service in the North Sea.

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