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How do you keep a SS set screw from coming loose?
SS Set screws are usually installed or unfastened with a hex key. By using the right amount of torque, one can guarantee it remains tightly fastened to an object.
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How do you calculate torque needed to tighten a SS set screws?
The initial torque required to tighten a screw can be calculated through the following equation –
T= K x D x P
The corresponding data is as follows –
T = Target tighten torque (the outcome of this formula is in inch pounds. Hence, it has to be divided by 12 yields foot-pounds)
K = Coefficient of friction (nut factor). The coefficient is always an estimation in this formula
D = nominal diameter of the fastener in inches
P = Desired tensile strength of the Bolt in pounds (generally 75% of yield strength)
Stainless Steel Set Screw types
Stainless Steel Cup-point Set Screw
316 SS Grub Screw
Stainless Steel Screw Set
304 SS Allen Head Set Screw
Stainless Steel Grub Screws
Stainless Steel Socket Head Grub Screw
SS Hex Head Grub Screws
Stainless Steel Square Head Set Screws
SS 304 Hex Set Screws
Stainless Steel Socket Set Screws
316 SS Set Screws
Stainless Steel Square Head Set Screw
Stainless Steel Cone Point Set Screw
Stainless Steel Nylon-tip Set Screw
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How do I choose stainless steel socket set screw?
While choosing a screw, one needs to understand the application and the environment in which the fastener will be used. Hence, while choosing a screw the following points need to be kept in mind
Material, grade, size, and specification, threads, mating fastener, tensile properties, corrosion resistance requirements.
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How do you read 316 SS set screws sizes?
Reading a set screw size is easy. The first number that is given will be its diameter in inches. The second number of the screw will be the number of threads per inch or its TPI.
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What are the four standard stainless steel square head set screw heads?
The four stainless steel square head set screw heads are – Slotted, Phillips, Square and Torx
Is there is any difference between stainless steel cone point set screw and cup-point set screw?
Both cone and cup point screws have a different construction at the base. A stainless steel cup point set screw has a cup-shaped indentation on the lower end of the shank with a hex drive at the upper end. A SS cone-point set screw has a cone-shaped point at the lower end of the shank. The point is so sharp that it can create a wedge upon contact with the material.