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Fastener Components: Maynard High Temperature Bolts and Studs

Maynard High Temperature Bolts and Studs Key Details

Thermal cycles…High Vibration…these wreak havoc on bolted joints causing bolts to loosen and clamp loads to be lost.  For those high temperature and high vibration applications like engine exhausts and turbo chargers, the top OEMs turn to our High Temperature Bolts and Studs. 
 
The advantages our high temperature product include:
• Specialty alloys to withstand up to 900 degrees Celsius.
• Minimize oxidation and corrosion at high temperature.
• Minimize galling with proper coating and plating.
• Often manufactured with Maynard Improved Lockthread
• Stronger in torque and tension
• Metric and Inch sizes available
• Ability to supply nuts as well as bolts/studs
• Removable and reusable.

  These additional advantages are available when paired with Maynard Improved Lockthread:
• Strong, self-locking action
• High shear resistance
• Resists shock vibration
• Produces uniform clamping loads
• Mates with standard threaded nuts
• Prevailing torque in  prescribed limits
• Improved fatigue capacity
• Remains easy to install with standard tools
• Removable and reusable.

Our high temperature bolts and studs are found in the high temperature joints of engine exhaust systems of vehicles of all type.

Our High Temperature / High Vibration Bolts and Studs are often applied with our Maynard Improved Lockthread thread form.  To learn more about our Improved Lockthread, please click here.

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