How do we prevent stainless steel screws from locking up

Update:14 Mar 2020

Many users will encounter the phenomenon of stainless s […]

Many users will encounter the phenomenon of stainless steel screws and nuts locking in the process of screwing in. The reason is that 304 (or 316) is a material that is more ductile and sticky. This can be achieved by turning It is obvious during the process that experienced teachers will find that the chip removal of 304/316 bar material is extruded and wrinkled during turning, while other materials such as brass or iron show chip removal during turning. Detritus or filiform. If you use a power tool to quickly screw in or when the stainless steel hex screw and nut are subjected to a large torque, the thread contact will start to heat up, and a contact point will cause a large piece of adhesion. As a result, the internal and external threads are bonded After the lock-up occurs, this set of bolts will be scrapped. Of course, it may also cause the entire installed workpiece to become defective.
The result is a method that can effectively reduce the large radial or completely avoid the locking of stainless steel hex screws during installation and use. We control the protection of the threads in the semi-finished tooth rubbing and finished product transportation packaging (of course, even if the threads have The damage such as a tooth peak injury does not affect the anti-lockup solution), and the threads are coated with a small amount of stainless steel screws prepared by our company to prevent the lock-up oil. No matter whether users use power tools or overload torque or stainless steel hex screws and nylon lock nuts at high speeds, they will not lock up, just like carbon steel. Users can minimize or even completely avoid the loss of installation tools and installation methods during use. Of course, the cost of this stainless steel hex screw anti-locking solution is controllable and inexpensive, adding only a small amount of additional or substantially no cost.