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Tensile & Shear strength of MS51958 screw Question
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Posted by: zachlee

09/29/2003, 10:27:46

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Hi! Can anyone refer me to a place where I can obtain information on the tensile strength of screws and bolts? I am looking in particular for the strength of MS51958 screw. Can't seem to find it anywhere on the net.

 







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Posted by: Cragyon

09/29/2003, 12:32:18

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I just happen to have that specification on my desk.

That is a Pan-head screw, Stainless Steel.

Material:  Steel, Corrosion-Resisting, 300 series as specified in QQ-S-763 and FED-STD-66, Composition 304 or 316 or equal to or interchangable with 16:18 or 18:8 Chromium Alloy Steel.

Protective coating or treatment: Cleaned and descaled in accordance with ASTM A380-78. Black Oxide in accordance with procurement specification when black oxide coating is required.

** Based on 80,000 PSI minimum rensile strength

 







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Posted by: zachlee

09/29/2003, 21:38:03

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Thanks for the info!






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