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Temperature service of A394 bolts

Temperature service of A394 bolts

Temperature service of A394 bolts

I'm looking for bolts suitable for -50°C.
The ISO code I usually use (898-1) specifies the range from -50°C to +150°C.
I cannot find any reference in the bolts I'm supposed to use, A394 type1.
ASTM F568M is supposed to be the equivalent of the ISO standard but doesn't mention temperature as well.
Anyone can help?

RE: Temperature service of A394 bolts

Google : bolting material ASTM specifications (ASTM193 and ASTM320 different grades)

RE: Temperature service of A394 bolts

Thanks for the answer.
I have already extensively searched on G.
I've checked the bolts you mentioned but they seem bolts for special application, I would like to stay on something more accessible.
Reversing the question, what is the temperature range at which an A394 bolt can operate?

RE: Temperature service of A394 bolts

They’re not part of the scope of B31.3, so that won’t help. Neither of Sec IID.
That should give you some hints.

What design code are you using?

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