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What are ASTM A193 B7 Bolts?
The ASTM A193 Grade B7 specification covers the requirements for bolting material made of high tensile alloy steel. The ASTM A193 B7 Bolts can be ideally used in high temperature and high pressure applications. This standard specification defines the typical chemical composition, mechanical properties, and other requirements of the material that is suitable for pressure vessels, flanges, fittings, valves, etc.
The ASTM A193 B7 Square Bolt are quite similar to hex cap screws, but they come with 4 sided square heads. The A193 GR B7 Square Head Bolt are partially threaded and they come with a shoulder beneath their head. The A193 B7 J Bolt are mostly found in various roofing applications.
The ASTM B7 Hex Head Bolt is a threaded fastener that comes with a six-sided head. They have a larger surface-bearing area and thus offer better clamping. The ASTM A 193 GR B7 Flange Bolt come with a circular flange under the head which acts like a washer for distributing the load.
The SA 193 Gr B7 Carriage Bolt are self-locking, especially when they are placed through a hole. Unlike the hex bolt, the SA 193 B7 Machine Bolts do not have a chamfered point and they do not come with a washer-bearing surface on the underside of the head. The ASTM A193 GR B7 U Bolt have a U-shape and come with screw threads on both ends.
A193 B7 Heavy Hex Bolt and SA 193 B7 J Bolts as per DIN 931/ DIN 933
Zinc coated vs hot-dip galvanized A193 B7 Heavy Hex Bolt
The zinc-plated SA193 B7 Heavy Hex Head Bolt is created with the help of electric current, whereas galvanized ones are created by the hot-dip method. There is also a difference in their thickness. The A193 b7 galvanized bolt are much more thicker coating than the zinc-plated ones. This is why the galvanized bolt offer 5 times greater protection than the zinc-plated A193 B7 Heavy Hex Bolt.
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What is difference between UNC 2A and 2B Thread in A193 GR B7 Bolt?
Both the UNC 2A and 2B Thread in ASTM A193 B7 bolts are used for general purpose applications. However, the difference between them is 2A external threads have allowance which the 2B thread does not.
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What is Ultrasonic Bolt Load Verification (UBLV) method? How to calculate A193 B7 Bolts load?
The Ultrasonic Bolt Load Verification (UBLV) method is carried out by introducing ultrasonic pulse at an end of the fastener. And then the returning echo is accurately measured from the other end, which is commonly known as Time Of Flight (TOF).
Knowing the proper bolt load is crucial to ensure the sealing of the flanged joint is done properly. This helps to avoid leakages. This B7 Steel Bolts load is provided by the flanged bolt torque. There is no direct method of calculating the load on the gasket, but the applied torque on the SA 193 B7 bolt can be easily measured and changed.
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What are the two 2 main classifications of A193 B7 Hex Bolt testing?
Two main classifications of A193 B7 Hex Bolt testing are:
- Tensile strength- It determines the behavior of the material when an axial load is applied.
- Bend testing- It helps to determine the ductility of the material.
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