WHY STAILESS STEEL FASTENERS ARE NOT TOTALLY NON-MAGNETIC
WHY STAILESS STEEL FASTENERS ARE NOT TOTALLY NON-MAGNETIC ?
Why stainless steel fasteners are not totally NON MAGNETIC ?
Stainless steel fasteners are not totally magnetic-free because these fasteners typically contain a mixture of multiple metals, including iron, nickel, and chromium. While iron is magnetic, nickel and chromium are not. The combination of these metals creates a material that is known for its durability, corrosion resistance, and strength. While stainless steel itself is not magnetic, the proportion of iron in the alloy can cause it to be slightly magnetic. This is sometimes referred to as being "magnetizable". The degree of magnetism in stainless steel fasteners can vary depending on the composition and process used in their manufacturing.