A stud is basically a piece of strung bar. This regularly looks like a machine screw without a head, albeit a few studs to have heads that get forever joined into the part they are connected to. Studs are frequently intended to be for all time joined to one section, demonstrating a method for appending another part related to a nut.
|Product Range||Standards||Material||Property Type||Threads||Grade||Mechanical properties|
|4 MM to 16 MM||B18.2.1, B16.5, B18.31.2, B18.31.1M, DIN 976, BS 4882,||High Tensile||4.8,5.8,6.8,8.8 ,10.9||Metric, BSW, BSF, UNC, UNF, and as per costumers requirement.||SAE 10B21, SAE 15B25, SAE 15B41, AISI 4140,4135, BS-EN8D||As per requirement.|
|Mild Steel||SAE1008 / SAE1010 / SAE 1018|
|Stainless Steel||A2-50, A4-50||SS202, SS304, SS316, SS316L|
|Brass||CUZN 40 / CUZN 37|
|Phosphorus Bronze||CUSN 4, CUSN 5|