SAE J429 - Stainless Steel Fastners

Raw Material SAE J429
C % 0.55 Max.
P % 0.048 Max.
S % 0.058 Max.
Stainless Steel SAE J429 Fasteners Manufacturers & Exporters

 Stainless Steel SAE J429 Fasteners Manufacturers, Exporters & Suppliers in India


Stainless Steel SAE J429 Fasteners are available in many types. These fasteners are highly engineered products that can be used for many different applications. While they may look like ordinary nuts, they are designed to be extremely strong and durable. The tensile strength of these fasteners is unsurpassed. There are many different styles of fasteners to choose from, including socket head bolts.


Stainless Steel SAE J429 Fasteners come in different grades, offering different mechanical and chemical properties. They are manufactured to meet SAE J429 standards and may be purchased in small quantities at home improvement and automotive stores. 


SAE J429 Grade 8 Fasteners feature high tensile and yield strengths. They are often used in high-load applications and are used for general-purpose construction. They are a superior option for critical applications that require a high-strength bolt. However, they can be brittle and may not be suitable for all applications. Therefore, they should be checked thoroughly before you choose an ASTM A307 fastener.


Stainless Steel SAE J429 Faster Grades are available in various grades and finishes. You can choose from Grade A, B, C, or Grade 8. Stainless Steel SAE J429 Fasteners are available in different materials and can be customized for various applications.


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Grade 8 items are the most popular under the SAE J429 specification. They are also commonly called "bolts" by some people. However, the main difference between a gr8 bolt and a gr8 hex cap screw is the tolerance. While the difference isn't significant, the latter is often the most commonly used type. It's important to note that both types of fasteners are designed for mutually compatible use.