DIN6922 Gr8.8 Hexagon Flange Bolt Hex Flange Bolt with Reduce Shank Black
|SIZE||ALL SIZE||≦M12||>M12||≦M8||>M8||ALL SIZE|
|COMMON MATERIALS||1008 ~ 1015||1012 ~1017||10B21 / 1022||10B21||10B33||10B21||10B33||10B33 / SCM435/ML20MnTiB||SCM435|
|ML08AL SWRCH8A~ SWRCH15A||SWRCH15A~ SWRCH18A||SWRCH22A||35K|| ||35ACR||10B35|| ||AISI 4140|
DIN6922 Gr8.8 Hexagon Flange Bolt Hex Flange Bolt with Reduce Shank Black Drawing
The types of flanges one intends to bolt together do not necessarily require a special type of flange bolt, such as standard or metric. Instead, it is typically the physical size of a flange system, or the specific number of boltholes, that will indicate the required bolt size or grade one should use. The bolt grade indicates its strength, so the higher the grade a bolt has, the stronger it is. For example, high-pressure connections, such as in a steam line, may require grade eight bolts for the utmost reliability and safety.
A flange bolt is suitable with most any flange system. The sizes and grades, or strength ratings, can and will change depending on the application at hand. Sizes are available in standard or Society of Automotive Engineering (SAE) measurements, such as 1/4 inch and 1/2 inch, as well as metric measurements, such as 8mm and 10mm. Designed to hold connections tightly, without slippage or loosening, flange bolts are standard in most industrial applications where secure connections are crucial to production.