The importance of screws in our lives and work is self-evident. The screw is a very large category. Very many kinds can be separated according to different types of different types.
Among them, titanium alloy screws should be a more frequently fastened fastener in the current use, and its appearance also has a very good texture, and the strength of corrosion resistance is good.
Of course, in some scenarios, the titanium alloy screw cannot meet the requirements, so that some heat treatment and electroplating process, the titanium alloy screw can exhibit better performance, and can do 100% recovery, so Avoid waste of resources.
Of course, in many high-end industries, stainless steel quality has not been able to meet the demand, so the presence of titanium alloy and titanium screw fasteners make up for some vacancies.
Of course, the mainstream of the fasteners is still stainless steel. When the process matures, the cost of materials is relatively cheap, which is one of the better choices of most users. The following is a simple understanding of the fasteners. Two questions encountered.
About magnetic problems
In our cognition, the titanium alloy does not have magnetic capabilities, but in fact, as long as some simple process is processed, the titanium alloy screw can occur, so if the quality of the firmware is judged by magnetism Or the material, etc. is very incorrect.
When the titanium alloy screw is selected, whether the stainless steel material has magnetic properties and cannot explain its quality, and some chromanese stainless steel is no magnetic stainless steel.
Chromanganese stainless steel in the titanium alloy screw does not replace the use of 300 series stainless steel, especially in high-synthetic corrosive working environments.
Nickel element in fasteners
During use of stainless steel, the fastener has been used for the use of nickel elements, but in the case of global price of nickel, the price of fasteners has also been greatly affected.
In order to miserate cost pressure, the screw producers improve the competitiveness of the screws, especially for alternative materials, producing low-nickel-type titanium alloy screws.