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Stainless Steel Screws Corrode Rusting
- Jun 08, 2018 -

Stainless steel screws corrode rusting

Stainless steel screws are not necessarily corroded and rusted, but stainless steel screws are stronger than iron screws for corrosion and rust. But stainless steel screws will rust under certain conditions. So, under what conditions are stainless steel screws easy to rust? What is the cause of rust?

Stainless steel screws have better characteristics, strong corrosion resistance, high temperature resistance and strong anti rust properties. But it's still rusty in a bad environment. For example, stainless steel screws in very wet conditions, every day, sun, wind, rain, wind and rain. For a long time, it will certainly be a bit rusty. For example, contact with some acid-base chemicals to produce chemical reactions. Corrosion causes rust. There is also a bad stainless steel screw, for example, the stainless steel SUS201 screw in the sea water used products, because of constant time soaking, originally SUS201 stainless steel screws themselves are not too suitable for the salt of strong water in the top of the use. Corrosion causes rust. In the use of seawater products, it is generally recommended to use stainless steel SUS316 screws, because 316 stainless steel screws to carry corrosion and other performance is much better.


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