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stainless steel bolts 188 grade

stainless steel bolts 188 grade

stainless steel bolts 188 grade

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I am looking for a table that shows the grade of stainless steel bolts or studs in grade 188 giving the tensile and shear capacity for 3/8" diameter. Can some one provide me with a reference? also, I am trying to locate the equation for "thread stripping area" ( I have not seen this title before.

Thank you in advance.

RE: stainless steel bolts 188 grade

This listing may help. Link

RE: stainless steel bolts 188 grade

More informative this one. Browse all the way down to find bolt tables. Link

RE: stainless steel bolts 188 grade

(OP)
thank you retired13.

Can you locate a reference for the Internal thread stripping area and external stripping Area? I saw the equations from Federal standard H28 but they are cumbersome. There has to be a table developed. Do you know of any?

Thanks again.

RE: stainless steel bolts 188 grade

That's the thing I couldn't find. Try contact a supplier, he/she might willing to help.

RE: stainless steel bolts 188 grade

I found another two sources that might be useful, you may contact either one or both for more information. Also, for a quick estimating purpose, you may consider use AISC bolt table (for A307 bolt), but plug in strength for stainless steel.

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RE: stainless steel bolts 188 grade

Mcmaster Carr may have this information

RE: stainless steel bolts 188 grade

(OP)
Thank you Retired13 and FLCraneBuilder. I will be calling the references you have provided.

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