More about the 8.8 ELECTRO GALV STUD M16X190 WITH NUT AND WASHER
8.8 ELECTRO GALV STUD M16X190
Explaining the difference between EN8 and 8.8 steel as indicted
8.8 is ISO 898–1 grading for Bolts and screws. It indicates a bolt/screw with
tensile strength of minimum 800MPa and a yield strength of 80% of 800MPa = 640MPa.
Depending on thickness these are either quenched and tempered or can also be used
without Q&T provided they meet the hardness and tensile requirements.
EN8 is a medium carbon steel usually supplied untreated. EN8 has good tensile
strength and is often used in applications such as: shafts, gears, stressed pins,
studs, bolts, keys etc.
EN8 is a very popular grade and is readily machinable in any condition. It can
be further surface-hardened to produce components with enhanced wear resistance,
typically in the range 50-55 HRC through induction processes. It is also available
in a free-machining versions, EN8DM and EN8M (212A42)
<Elements available in EN8:
Sulphur 0.050 Max
Phosphorus 0.050 Max
EN stands for European norms.
Our lead times are 5-7 working days excluding weekends, public holiday’s & shipping time with our courier.
Lead times on out of stock or special-order items 6-8 weeks / 8-10 weeks
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