B6 - Stainless Steel Fastners

Raw Material ASTM A 193 Gr.B6 Ed.2021
C % 0.08-0.15
Mn % 1.00 Max.
P % 0.040 Max.
S % 0.030 Max.
Si % 1.00 Max.
Cr % 11.5-13.50
Stainless Steel B6 Fasteners Manufacturers & Exporters

Stainless Steel B6 Fasteners Manufacturers, Exporters & Suppliers in India


Stainless Steel B6 Fasteners are available in various forms, sizes, and specifications. They are available in ANSI, JIS, and DIN standards, and are available in inch, metric, and custom sizes. These fasteners can be used in a variety of applications, including fastening appliances and pipes. 


The length ranges from 3mm to 200mm, with sizes ranging from M02 to M33. Stainless Steel B6 Fasteners are characterized by tensile strength, making them ideal for use in high-temperature environments. High-quality fasteners made from Grade B6 stainless steel are heat-treated and are excellent for special-purpose applications. 


They are ideal for industries requiring extreme temperatures, such as heavy industry and underwater equipment. They are also corrosion-resistant. If you need fasteners for a specific application, ASTM A193 Grade B16 is the material for you.

ASTM A193 Grade B8M Class 1 fastener are manufactured from AISI 304 stainless steel. This type of stainless steel is known for its superior corrosion resistance. 


Stainless Steel B8M Class 1 fastener are carbide solution treated, while Grade B8M Class 2 fasteners are strain hardened. Strain hardening improves their strength and reduces galling. Stainless Steel B6 Fasteners are available in various sizes, and they are commonly referred to as Grade B6.


ASTM A193 B6 Bolts are commonly used in industries that require high tensile strength. Fasteners with this strength are ideal for industries such as pharmaceutical, marine, and food processing. In addition, they are durable and dimensionally stable. The fasteners can be used in dissimilar types, such as machine tool screws, bolts, and nuts. 


Stainless Steel Fasteners are often chosen for their resistance to corrosion rather than their strength. Their high level of chromium and nickel makes them unaffected by weak acids and bases. For this reason, 304 and 316L are the most commonly used grades of stainless steel. Both have low carbon content, which greatly reduces the precipitation effect.