What are High Tensile Fasteners?
High Tensile Fasteners are made of chromium, nickel, and copper alloys & fasteners can break if tensile stress is applied while joining them. These fasteners exhibit a good strength greater than standard fasteners. These High Tensile Fasteners can be very useful as they are very strong and can be used in very limited spaces. These are also easy to install. Using high-tensile fasteners has many advantages. They help you build a strong structure and maintain seal closures on flanged joints. High Tensile Nut is also resistant to crevice corrosion and cracking also used in industrial and construction environments.
The grade of each fastener determines the amount of stress that it can withstand. For instance, a High Tensile Bolt can withstand the stress of 45 to 49.9 metric tons for every 6.45 cm². They provide good chemical and thermal resistance. They are also ideal for use in transportation and medical applications & available in stainless steel, zinc-plated alloy steel, Teflon-coated alloy steel, PTFE-coated alloy steel, zinc-aluminum flake-plated alloy steel, and stainless steel alloy steel clasps. Anti-corrosive properties of these high-tensile fasteners are the best for use in the transportation, oil and gas, medical, and nuclear industries.
Heat treatment can drastically increase the tensile strength of the fastener also 1-usually done through the quenching and tempering process & used in the automobile industry as well as in the wind, nuclear, oil and gas applications and railway power generation. Almost every component of production, including wind turbines that produce electricity, uses high-tensile fasteners. A strong industrial structure requires high-tensile fasteners to function properly.