What is the difference between A2 / 304 & A4 / 316 stainless steel?
- A2/304 inox is suitable for applications in moist environments in which the inox does not touch acids and salts.
- A4/316 inox contains the precious metal molybdeen. That is why this type of inox can also be used in acids and salts. For example, for nautical purposes.
Is it possible to order for less than € 175,-?
No, orders of less than € 175,- will not be accepted.
Can products be returned?
Products van only be returend if they are different from the ones you had ordered or if you can show that there is something wrong with the products.
What possibilities are there for payment?
You can pay with Ideal, Mistercash, Paypall and bank transfer. If you would like to pay by bank transfer, then the products will be shipped as soon as your payment has been received.
What is the tensile strength of stainless steel?
- Class 50, All diameters larger than or equal to M 27 have a standard tensile strength of 500 N/mm2. If you would like 700 N/mm2, it is in some cases possible to deliver that for additional costs.
- Classs 70, This is the standard class and is 700 N/mm2. If the tensile strength are different it will be mentioned.
- Class 80, A few sizes of bolts and Hexagon socket screws are delivered in A4-80 quality. The tensile strength of 800 N/mm2 is comparable to 8.8 stee..
How do I know which drive a product has?
After the selection of material you can select the available drive. Below you will see an overview of the different possibilities.
- Z = Pozi
- H = Philips
- TX = Torx
- V = Square
Do you also have other kinds of stainless steel?
We can provide you with the kinds of materials below. It is best to contact us if you would like any of these qualities.
- RVS A5 / Aisi 316 Ti
- Duplex / Aisi 318 LN / 1.4462
- HCR / 1.4529