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STAINLESS STEEL DATA

Stainless Steel Classification

The entire family of stainless steels may be divided into the following groups:

1. MARTENSITIC: Straight chromium, hardenable by heat treatment. Representative types are 410. 420, 431, and 440C.

2. FERRITIC: Straight chromium, non-hardenable by heat treatment. Representative types are 405 and 430.

3. AUSTENITIC: Chromium-Nickel, non-hardenable by heat treatment. Representative types are 303, 304, and 316.

4. PRECIPITATION HARDENING

   A)The martensitic chromium types are hardenable by heat treatment and are produced in bars and wire only, with the exception of Type 410. They are hardened by heating above the critical or transformation temperature and then rapidly cooled in oil or air. By proper selection of grades and analyses a wide range of ''as quenched- hardness is available, depending primarily on carbon and chromium content. These grades attain maximum corrosion resistance in the hardened condition. They may be annealed for best cold working and machining characteristics. All martensitic types are . consistently magnetic.

   B) The ferritic chromium types are non-hardenable by heat treatment. Also, they cannot be hardened to any appreciable extent by quenching from high temperature. They are generally used in the annealed or soft condition. Called the 'straight' chromium grades, they contain no nickel, but are quite adequate for many applications.

   C) The austenitic chromium-nickel grades have the highest corrosion resistance of all stainless steels, as well as very fine mechanical properties. They cannot be hardened by heat treatment, but great tensile strength and hardness may be developed by cold working. While these alloys are normally non-magnetic, they become slightly magnetic as they are cold worked. They are widely used, with or without additional alloying elements, in sheet strip, and plate form, as well as in bar and wire products. In the annealed state, the austenitic types have a tensile strength of 75,000 to 100,000 psi, considerably higher than mild steel. Grades with a high chromium-to-nickel ratio, such as Type 301, can be cold work hardened to extremely high tensile strengths and still maintain good ductility.

   D) The precipitation hardening groups contain steels that may be either martensitic or austenitic as used but they develop strength during heat treatment by utilizing precipitation hardening reactions rather than phase transformations such as is employed in heat treating steel. None of these types have an AISI Type number at present because each is a proprietary, patented by Armco Steel Corporation.

Type 301 Stainless Steel

Elements (Max.)
C Mn P S Si Cr Ni
.015 2.00 .045 .030 .75 16/18 6/8


This grade of austenitic stainless steel has less chromium and nickel than 302/304, and hence will provide valuable mechanical properties through cold-working. It is frequently supplied in high tensile tempers, e.g. quarter-hard, half-hard, etc.

Applications: Structural parts where a corrosion resisting steel is required, and where higher strength characteristics are required than exist in the standard annealed metal.

Corrosion Resistance: The corrosion resisting properties of Type 301 are comparable to those of Types 302 and 304.

Type 302 Stainless Steel

Elements (Max.)
C Mn P S Si Cr Ni
.15 2.00 .045 .030 .75 17/19 8/10


Type 302 is the original general purpose austenitic chromium nickel stainless steel. Its corrosion resistance is somewhat superior to that of Type 301. It is used largely in the annealed condition. It can be cold worked to high tensile strengths but with slightly lower ductility than Type 301. Type 302 is essentially non-magnetic when annealed, and becomes slightly magnetic when cold worked.

Applications: Because of its excellent corrosion resistance and good fabricating and mechanical properties, Type 302 Stainless Steel finds application in architecture, food processing and serving, appliances, hospital and institution equipment, and in chemical processing. It is also used in consumer products such as electric skillets, sinks, dishwashers, cooking utensils, and sporting equipment.

Corrosion Resistance: Type 302 Stainless Steel has excellent corrosion resistance to a large number of corrosive media. Its corrosion resistance is superior to that of Type 301.

Type 303 Stainless Steel

Elements (Max.)
C Mn P S Si Cr Ni
.15 2.00 .020 .15 1.00 17/19 8/10


Type 303 is a chromium-nickel stainless steel modified by the addition of selenium or sulphur, as well as phosphorous, to improve machinability and non-seizing properties. It is the most readily machinable of all the chormium-nickel grades and has good corrosion resistance. It is non-magnetic in the annealed condition and non-hardenable by heat treatment. Tensile strength can be increeased by cold working.

Applications: Used almost exclusively for parts requiring machining, grinding or polishing where good corrosion resistance is also required. Its non-seizing and non-galling properties make it ideal for moving parts. Being an austenitic steel, it is useful where low magnetic permability is desired.

Corrosion Resistance: Because of the elements which are added to improve machinability, Type 303 has slightly less general corrosion resistance than the regular chromium-nickel grades such as Type 302. Maximum corrosion resistance is obtained in the annealed condition.

Resistance To Scaling: This grade has excellent scale resistance at temperatures up to 16O0 Deg. F in continuous service. Like other chromium-nickel grades, it has a high coefficient of expansion which should be considered in designing.

Machinability: Type 303 has considerably better machining characteristics than the other chromium-nickel grades. It has a machinability rating of approximately 60% with B-1112 rated 100%. Surface cutting speed on automatic screw machines is approximately 100 feet per minute. Various producers are continually modifying the basic alloy to improve the machinability of Stainless Steel in general. 303 is still the basic grade, however.

Forming:This grade has fairly good forming properties.

Forging:Forge between 2100 and 2350 Deg. F Do not forge below 1700 Deg. F

Annealing:Annealing range is between 1850 and 2050 Deg. F Cool rapidly. Water should be used for heavier sections, air for lighter sections. The stress relieving range is between 400 and 750 Deg. F

Type 304 Stainless Steel

Elements (Max.)
C Mn P S Si Cr Ni
.08 2.00 .045 .03 .75 18/20 8/10.5


TYPE 304 is the basic chromium-nickel stainless steel. It combines excellent mechanical properties with excellent resistance to many corrosive agents encountered in domestic and industrial use. It is non-magnetic in the annealed condition and not hardened by heat treatment. Both hardness and tensile strength can be increased by cold working. The analysis of Type 304 is similar to that of Type 302, except that Type 304 is modified by lowered carbon content. This provides good resistance to corrosion in welded construction where subsequent heat treatment is not practicable.

Applications: Used where corrosion resistance and good mechanical properties are primary requirements. These grades are widely accepted in such industries as dairy, beverage and other food products where the highest degree of sanitation and cleanliness is of prime importance. Parts for handling acetic, nitric and citric acids, organic and inorganic chemicals, dyestuffs, crude and refined oils, etc., are fabricated from this material. Because of its lack of magnetism it is highly desirable for instruments. It is also widely used for architectural trim. Type 304, as noted above, finds - particular use in applications requiring welding.

Corrosion Resistance: Maximum corrosion resistance is obtained in the annealed condition. Intergranular corrosion may occur when material is heated within or cooled through the range of 800 to 1500 Deg. F.

Resistance To Scaling: Excellent scale resistance at temperatures up to 1600 Deg. F in continuous service. Chromium-nickel grades have a high coefficient of expansion, which should be considered in designing.

Machinabililty: Type 304 has a machinability rating of approximately 45%, with B-1112 rated 100%. Surface cutting speed on automatic screw machines is approximately 75 feet per minute.

Weldability: Easily welded by all the commercial processes except forge or hammer welding. The resulting weld has good toughness and ductility. Annealing is recommended after welding to maintain maximum corrosion resistance.

Forming: These grades have very good drawing and stamping properties.

Annealing: Annealing range is between 1850 and 2050 Deg. F Cool rapidly Water should be used for heavier sections, air for lighter sections. The stress relieving range is between 400 and 750 Deg. F.

Type 304 L (ELC) Stainless Steel

Elements (Max.)
C Mn P S Si Cr Ni
.03 2.00 .045 .03 .75 18/20 8/12


Type 304 L (or ELC) is a very low carbon chromium nickel steel with corrosion resistance similar to T 304, but with superior resistance to intergranular corrosion following welding or stress relieving. The range of carbon content is controlled to the level of .03 maximum. This limits the formation of harmful carbides to a great extent. Post-weld annealing isn't necessary in most cases.

Applications: Any fabricating applications where annealing after welding is impractical, or where the specifications are very exact regarding intergranular corrosion, otherwise used in same types of equipment as 304.

Corrosion Resistance: Highly resistant to all types of rusting, and is immune to most foods and organic chemicals.

Scaling Resistance: Excellent up to 1600 Deg. F in continuous service Could be used in application involving intermittent heating and cooling up to 1450 Deg. F.

Type 309 Stainless Steel

Elements (Max.)
C Mn P S Si Cr Ni
.20 2.00 .045 .03 .75 22/24 12/15


Type 309 is a high chromium and nickel content stainless steel that has excellent corrosion resistance as well as high creep strength and mechanical properties at elevated temperatures and excellent oxidation resistance at temperatures up to approximately 2000 Deg. F.

Applications: Used primarily for high temperature structural applications where good strength and resistance to oxidation at elevated temperatures are required. Uses include furnace parts such as dampers, baffle plates, supports, and fixtures. It is also used in chemical plant equipmentfor handling of acids, sulfite liquors, etc.

Corrosion Resistance: Type 309 has better corrosion resistance than Type 304, and for resistance to specific corrosive media may be compared to Type 304.

Resistance To Scaling: Excellent scale resistance at temperatures up to 2O00 Deg. F for continuous service, up to 1800 Deg. F for intermittent service.

Weldability: Easily welded by all commercial processes except forge or hammer welding. For maximum corrosion resistance annealing is recommended after welding.

Forming: Good drawing and stamping properties.

Annealing: Annealing range is between 1900 and 2050 Deg. F cool rapidly. Water quench heavier sections. Thin sections may be air cooled.

Type 310 Stainless Steel

Elements (Max.)
C Mn P S Si Cr Ni
.25 2.00 .045 .03 1.50 24/26 19/22


Type 310, With high chromium and nickel content, has the greatest heat resisting properties of the more commonly used stainless steels. It has high creep strength and mechanical properties and does not become brittle at elevated temperatures. It is non-magnetic in the annealed condition and not hardenable by heat treatment. Applications: Used primarily where high heat resisting properties are required, such as for the more critical parts in oil refining equipment, oil burners, furnace's, heat exchangers, etc. In the aircraft industry, Type 310 is used for parts requiring welding during fabrication, or oxidation resistance up to about 2O00 Deg. F. Useful at higher temperatures only when stresses are low.

Corrosion Resistance: Type 310 has excellent corrosion resistance, which is at a maximum in the annealed condition. Its resistance to specific chemical media may be compared to that of Type 304.

Resistance To Scaling: Excellent scale resistance at temperatures up to 2O00 Deg. F in continuous service. In comparison with the other chromium-nickel grades this type has a slightly lower coefficient of expansion, which results in less tendency to warp.

Weldability: Easily welded by all the commercial processes except forge or hammer welding. Annealing after welding is recommended in order to obtain maximum corrosion resistance.

Forming: This grade has good drawing and stamping properties.

Annealing: Annealing range is between 1900 and 2100 Deg. F Cool rapidly. Water should be used for heavier sections, air for lighter sections. The stress relieving range is between 400 and 750 Deg. F

Type 316 Stainless Steel

Elements (Max.)
C Mn P S Si Cr Ni Mo
.08 2.00 .045 .03 .75 16/18 10/14 2/3


Type 316 is a chromium-nickel stainless steel modified by the addition of molybdenum, which greatly increases its corrosion resistance as well as its mechanical properties at elevated temperatures. It is non-magnetic in the annealed condition and not hardenable by heat treatment. It is an outstanding stainless steel suitable for large numbers of applications. It is also available in an extra low carbon analysis, Type 316L.

Applications: Widely used in the paper, textile and chemical industries, where parts are subjected to the corrosive effects of salts and reducing acids. Also used in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals in order to avoid excessive metallic contamination. Since Type 316 possesses the highest creep and tensile strength at elevated temperatures of any of the more commonly used stainless steels, it finds extensive use where the combination of high strength and good corrosion resistance at elevated temperatures is required. In aircraft applications, Type 316 is used for parts requiring good corrosion resistance and low magnetic permeability.

Corrosion Resistance: Type 316 is more resistant to atmospheric and general corrosive conditions than any of the other standard stainless steels. It has good resistance to the corrosive effects of sulphates, phosphates and other salts as well as reducing acids such as sulphuric. sulphurous and phosphoric. It is less susceptible to pitting in applications where acetic acid vapors or solutions of chlorides, bromides or iodides are encountered. When heated to within the temperature range of 8O0-15O0 Deg. F or when slowly cooled through this range, this grade is subject to intergranular corrosion.

Resistant To Scaling: Excellent scale resistance at temperatures up to 1650 F in continuous Service.

Machinability: Type 316 has a machinability rating of approximately 36% with B-1112 rated 100%. Surface cutting speed on automatic screw machines isapproximately 60 feet per minute.

Weldability: Easily welded by all the commercial processes except forge or hammer welding. Annealing after welding is recommended to obtain maximum corrosion resistance.

Forming: This grade has good drawing and stamping properties.

Forging: Forge between 2100 and 2300 Deg. F Do not forge below 1700 Deg. F.

Annealing: Annealing range is between 1850 and 2050 Deg. F Cool rapidly. Water should be used for heavier sections, air for lighter sections. The stress relieving range is between 400 and 750 Deg. F.

Type 316L (ELC) Stainless Steel

Elements (Max.)
C Mn P S Si Cr Ni Mo
.03 2.00 .045 .03 .75 16/18 10/14 2/3


Type 316L is a very low carbon grade with general corrosion resistance similar to Type 316, but with superior resistance to intergranular corrosion during welding or stress relieving. This precludes any harmful carbide precipitation in the 800 to 1500 Deg. F range, such as might otherwise occur in welding heavy sections.

Applications: Same as those for Type 316. All other physical characteristics and applications are similar or equivalent to regular Type 316.

Type 321 Stainless Steel

Elements (Max.)
C Mn P S Si Cr Ni Ti
.08 2.00 .045 .03 .75 17/19 9/12 5X(C+N) Min./.070 Max.


Type 321 is chromium-nickel stainless steel modified by the addition of titanium to overcome the danger of intergranular corrosion 'common to other austenitic stainless steels during or after exposure to temperatures of 800 to 15O0 Deg. F This type is-non-magnetic in the annealed condition and not hardenable by heat treatment.

Applications: Used where freedom from intecgranular corrosion is desired and milder corrosive conditions exist. It is used in parts subjected to sustained heating in or slow cooling through the range of 800 to 15O0 Deg. F It is well suited for cold drawing and forming operations. In the aircraft industry it is used particularly for such applications as exhaust stacks, manifolds and ring collectors.

Corrosion Resistance: Type 321 is resistant to intergranular corrosion. fts general corrosion resistance is somewhat less than that of Type 302. It tends to form a light rust film in corrosive atmospheres', but this rusting is not progressive.

Resistance To Scaling: Excellent scale resistance at temperatures up to 1650 Deg. F in continuous service.

Machinability: Type 321 has a machinability rating of approximately 36%, with B-1112 rated 100%. Surface cutting speed on automatic screw machines is approximately 60 feet per minute.

Weldability: Easily welded by all the commercial processes except forge or hammer welding.

Forming: This grade has good forming and stamping properties.

Forging: Forge between 2100 and 2300 Deg. F Do not forge below 1800 Deg. F.

Annealing: Annealing range is between 1850 and 2050 Deg. F. Cool rapidly Water should be used for heavier sections air for lighter sections. The stress relieving range is 400-750 Deg. F.

Type 347 Stainless Steel

Elements (Max.)
C Mn P S Si Cr Ni Cb+Ta Ta Co
.08 2.00 .045 .03 .75 17/19 9/13 10xC Min. - -


Type 347 is a chromium-nickel stainless steel modified by the addition of columbium and.tantalum to overcome the dangers of intergranular corrosion common to other austenitic stainless steels during or after exposure to temperatures of 800 to 1500 Deg. F. It is non-magnetic in the annealed condition and not hardenable by heat treatment.

Applications: Used for heavy welded assemblies which cannot be annealed after welding. Also used where operating conditions cause exposure within the temperature range between 800 and 15O0 Deg. F and where corrosive conditions are severe, such as aircraft exhaust stacks, manifolds and ring collectors. It is used to advantage in combating corrosion cracking resulting from stress in corrosive media due to vibration or other causes.

Corrosion Resistance: Type 347 is resistant to intergranular corrosion. It has about the same general corrosion resistance as Type 304.

Resistance To Scaling: Excellent scale resistance at temperatures up to 1650 Deg. F in continuous service.

Machinability: Type 347 has a machinability rating of approximately 36%, with B-1112 rated 100%. Surface cutting speed on automatic screw machines is approximately 60 feet per minute.

Weldability: Easily welded by all the commercial processes except forge or hammer welding.

Forming: This grade has good drawing and stamping properties.

Forging: Forge between 2100 and 2300 Deg. F Do notforge below 1800 Deg. F

Annealing: Annealing range is between 1850 and 2050 Deg. F Cool rapidly. Water should be used for heavier sections, air for lighter sections. The stress relieving range is between 400 and 750 Deg. F

Type 410 Stainless Steel

Elements (Max.)
C Mn P S Si Cr Ni
.15 1.00 .040 .03 1.00 11.5/13.5 0.75


Type 410 is the basic chromium grade of stainless steel. It combines excellent corrosion resistance with the ability to develop hardness and mechanical properties by conventional heat treating methods that are similar to those of Type 4130 Alloy Steel. It is magnetic in all conditions.

Applications: This grade is used for applications requiring good mechanical properties and involving corrosive conditions that are not too severe, such as valve parts, cutlery, good industry machine parts, screws, bolts, pump rods and pistons, etc. In the annealed condition, it may be drawn or formed. In the aircraft industry Type 410 is used for parts such as compressor shrouds, where oxidation resistance is required up to 1OO0 Deg. F. Useful at higher temperatures only when stresses are low.

Corrosion Resistance: Excellent resistance to corrosion from the atmosphere, fresh water, iron bearing mine waters, food acids, neutral and basic salts, mild acids and alkalis. This grade has excellent corrosion resistance in all conditions of heat treatment, but maximum resistance is obtained by hardening and polishing. In general, corrosive resistance qualities are only slightly less than those of Type 430.

Resistance To Scaling: Resists scaling at temperatures up. to approximately 1200-1300 Deg.F in continuous service. Over 1300 Deg. F it has relatively low strength, and resistance to oxidation is reduced.

Hardenability: specification AMS-5504C requires that material 3/8" thick and under, and 3/8" specimens from heavier material, shall be capable of attaining hardness of Rockwell 'C' 35-45 after being heated to 1740-1760 Deg. F held at heat for 15-30 minutes, and cooled in still air.

Machinability: Type 410 has better machining characteristics than the chromium-nickel grades. It has a machinability rating of 54%, with B-1112 rated 100%. Surface cutting speed on automatic screw machines is approximately 90 feet per minute.

Weldability: May be welded by all the commercial processes except forge or hammer welding. Large sections should be preheated prior to welding. Because of its air hardening properties, annealing after welding is recommended to obtain maximum ductility and toughness.

Forming: This grade has fair forming and stamping properties. Forging: Forge between 2000 and 2200 Deg. F Do not forge below 1650 Deg. F. Cool slowly.

Annealing: Full annealing range is between 1550 and 1650 Deg. F. Cool slowly in furnace. Low annealing range is between 1200 and 1400 Deg. F. Cool in air.

Hardening: Hardening range is between 1750 and 1850 Deg. F Quench large sections in oil. Small sections may be quenched in air. Temper to required hardness.

Type 416 Stainless Steel

Elements (Max.)
C Mn P S Si Cr Mo Se
.15 1.25 .060 .15 1.00 12/14 0.60 -


Type 416 is a chromium grade of stainless steel modified by the addition of phosphorus and sulphur to produce a free machining steel. lt is the most readily machinable of all stainless steels. A wide range of mechanical properties may be obtained by conventional heat treating methods. It is magnetic in all conditions.

Applications: Type 416 is used for applications demanding the mechanical properties and corrosion resistance of Type 410 combined with free machining properties. It can be turned, threaded, formed or drilled at speeds approaching those of screw stock.

Corrosion Resistance:Excellent resistance to corrosion from atmosphere, fresh water, food acids and neutral and basic salts. This grade has excellent corrosion resistance in all conditions of heat treatment, but maximum resistance is obtained by hardening and polishing. In general, corrosive resistant qualities are slightly less than those of Type 430.

Resistance To Scaling:Resists scaling at temperatures up to approximately 12O0-1300 Deg. F in continuous service.

Hardenability: A 3/8" section quenched in oil from 1825 Deg. F will harden to a minimum of Rockwell 'C' 35.

Machinability:Type 416 has very good machining characteristics. It has a machinability rating of approximately 91% with B-1112 rated 100%. Surface cutting speed on automatic screw machines is approximately 150 feet per minute.

Weldability:This grade has poor welding properties. Welds are brittle, with tendency to crack.

Forging:Forge between 2100 and 2300 Deg. F Do not forge below 1700 F. Cool slowly.

Annealing:Full annealing range is between 1550 and 1650 Deg. F. Cool slowly in furnace. Low annealing range is between 1200 and 1400 Deg. F. Cool in air.

Hardening:Hardening range is between 1750 and 1850 Deg. F Quench large sections in oil. Small sections may be quenched in air. Temper to required hardness.

Type 430 Stainless Steel

Elements (Max.)
C Mn P S Si Cr Ni
.12 1.00 .040 .030 1.00 16/18 0.75


Type 430 is a 16% straight chromium grade. Due to higher chromium content, its corrosion and heat resisting properties are superior to those of Type 410. This is a tough, ductile, non-hardening grade with good mechanical properties. It is magnetic in all conditions.

Applications: The largest use of Type 430 is in automotive trim and molding. It is also used extensively in interior architectural decorative work, where good corrosion resistance is required. Its heat resisting properties make it suitable for oil refinery equipment and oil-burner parts.

Corrosion Resistance: Type 430 possesses better general corrosion resistance than the lower chromium grades, though notthe high corrosion resistance of the 300 series. It has high resistance to nitric acid as well as sulphur-bearing gases up to its maximums service temperatures.

Resistance To Scaling: Resists scaling in continuous service at temperatures up to approximately 1500 Deg F. Machinability: Type 430 has a machinability rating of approximately 54%, B-1112 rated 100%. Surface cutting speed speed on automatic screw machines is approximately 90 feet per minute.Type 430F has a rating of 92%, with surface cutting speed of 150 feet per minute.

Weldability: Fair welding characteristics, with welds tending to be brittle. Type 430 has low heat conductivity 1/3 that of carbon steel-and a low coefficient of expansion - 10% less than carbon steel. Forming: This grade has fairly good forming and stamping properties. Sheets and strip are suitable for lock seaming in both directions. Forging: Forge between 1850 and 1950 Deg. F. Do not forge below 1400 Deg. F. Annealing: Heat to between 1400 and 1500 F and air cool.

Type 440A Stainless Steel

Elements (Max.)
C Mn P S Si Cr Mo
.75 1.00 .040 .030 1.00 16/18 0.75


Type 440A is a hardenable chromium steel with greater attainable hardness than Type 420 and with greater toughness than Types 440B and 440C. It has its optimum corrosion resisting qualities in the hardened and tempered condition. Type area is magnetic in all conditions.

Type 440B Stainless Steel

Elements (Max.)
C Mn P S Si Cr Mo
.75/.95 1.00 .040 .030 1.00 16/18 0.75


Type 440B is a hardenable chromium steel with greater attainable hardness than Type area and greater toughness than Type 440C. It has its optimum corrosion resisting qualities in the hardened and tempered conditions.Type 440B is magnetic in all conditions.

Type 440C Stainless Steel

Elements (Max.)
C Mn P S Si Cr Mo
.95/1.20 1.00 .040 .030 1.00 16/18 0.75


Type 440C is a hardenable chromium steel which acquires upon heat treatmentthe highest hardness of any type of corrosion or heat resisting steel. It has its optimum corrosion resisting qualities in the hardened and tempered condition. Type 440C is magnetic in all conditions.

Type 446 Stainless Steel

Elements (Max.)
C Mn P S Si Cr N Ni
.20 1.50 .040 .030 1.00 23/27 0.25 0.75


Type 446 is a corrosion and heat resisting chromium steel with the maximum amount of chromium in this series of steel and is used principally for the manufacture of parts which must resist scaling at high temperatures. Type 446 resists destructive scaling up to a temperature of 2000 Deg. F. Type 446 is magnetic in all conditions.

Type 15-5 PH VAC CE

Elements (Max.)
Carbon Chromium Manganese Nickel Phosphorus Copper Sulfur Columbium plus Tantalum Silicon
0.07 14.00-15.50 1.00 3.50- 5.50 0.04 2.50- 4.50 0.03 0.15- 0.45 1.00


Type 15-5 PH VAC CE is a precipitation-hardening stainless steel that offers a unique combination of high strength and hardness, excellent corrosion resistance plus excellent transverse toughness and good forgeability. Type 15-5 PH stainless is produced by consumable electrode vacuum arc remelting (designated VAC CE). 15-5 PH VAC CE stainless steel is produced by consumable electrode vacuum arc remelting to meet the stringent mechanical property and cleanliness requirements of the space and nuclear industries. Besides lowering gas content, VAC CE adds other advantages to 15-5 PH VAC CE stainless. It reduces and disperses inclusions, and minimizes alloy segregation during solidification. These factors, coupled with the elimination of delta ferrite, combine to give 15-5 PH VAC CE stainless excellent transverse mechanical properties in any test location. Consequently, it has good transverse notch-toughness and forgeability. In severe upset forging or hot flattening operations where splitting or rupturing are encountered with high strength steels, 15-5 PFI VAC CE stainless offers valuable advantages. lts forgeability is superior to 17-4 PH stainless steel.

APPLICATIONS: Type 15-5 PH VAC CE stainless steel is ideal for applications requiring high strength and toughness in all directions. Typical applications include forgings, pump and valve pads for high pressure systems requiring excellent corrosion resistance, pressure transducers, aircraft components and transversely loaded plate applications. Registered Trade-Mark of Armco steel Corporation. NOTE: 17-4 PH and 15-5PH VAC Cb are normally stocked in condition A (fully annealed).

Type 17-4 PH

Elements (Max.)
Carbon Chromium Manganese Nickel Phosphorus Copper Sulfur Columbium plus Tantalum Silicon Nitrogen
0.07 15.00 - 17.50 1.00 3.00 - 5.00 0.04 3.00 - 5.00 0.03 0.15- 0.45 1.00 .045


Type 17-4 PH is a precipitation-hardening martensitic stainless steel. It contains 17% chromium and 4% nickel and is normally superior in corrosion resistance to the regular martensitic chromium types. An addition of 4% copper is used to promote its precipitation hardening capacity. 17-4 PH can be hardened by a low cost heat treatment consisting only of holding the steel at 900 Deg. F for one hour, thereby minimizing scaling and distortion and allowing parts to machine to close tolerances prior to heat treatment. 17-4 is magnetic in both the solution annealed and hardened conditions.

Applications: 17-4 PH is used in a wide variety of applications because of its unique combination of advantages where high strength and hardness are a must, 17-4 PH provides those properties plus the added benefited excellent corrosion resistance. Or for applications requiring excellent corrosion resistance 17-4 PH gives the extra advantages of high strength and hardness. It's ideal for boat shafts, pump shafts, valve gated, plugs, seats, stems and trim, springs, gears, fasteners, chains, mixing equipment, aerospace applications such as hydraulic actuators, structural components, fasteners,connectors in high pressure systems, cutter blades, racing car parts and oil field equipment. Registered Trade-Mark of Armco Steel Corporation.

COMMON CLASSIFICATION OF PRODUCTS BY SIZE, SHAPE, CONDITION AND FINISH


Plates: Flat rolled or forged: over 10 inches (254.0 mm) in width, 3/16 in. (4.76 mm) and over in thickness.

Sheets: In coils or cut lengths: 24 in. (609.6 mm) and over in width, under 3/16 in. (4.76 mm) in thickness.

Strip: Cold finished in coils or cut lengths: under 24 inches (609.6 mm) in widths under 3/16 in. (4.76 mm) to 0.005 in. (0.13 mm), inclusive, in thickness Note: Cold finished product 0.005 in. (0.13 mm) thick, and under 24 in. (609.6 mm) wide, is sometimes identified as 'foil'.

Foil: Cold finished in coils: under 24 inches (609.6 mm) in width, .005 in. (0.13 mm) and under in thickness. Note: Cold finished product 0.005 in. (0.13 mm) thick, and under 24 in. (609.6 mm) wide, is sometimes identified as 'strip'.

Bars: Hot finished rounds squares, octagons and hexagons: 1/4 in. (6.35 mm) and over in diameter or size. Hot finished flats: 1/4 (6.35 mm) to 10 in. (254.0 mm) inclusive, in width, 1/8 in. (3.18 mm) and over in thickness. Cold finished rounds, squares, octagons, hexagons and shapes: over 1/2 in. (12.70 mm) in diameter or size. Cold finished flats: 3/8 in. (9.52 mm) and over in width 1/8 in. (3.18 mm) and over in thickness.

Wire: Cold finished only: round, square, octagon, hexagon and shape wire, 1/2 in. (12,70 mm) and under in diameter or size. Cold finished only: flat wired 1 /16 in. (1.59 mm) to under 3/8 in. (9.52 mm) in width, 0.010 to under 3/16 in. (0.25 to under 4.76 mm) in thickness.

Rods: Hot rolled or hot rolled annealed and pickled: rounds squares, octagons, hexagons and shapes, in coils, for subsequent cold drawing or cold rolling, 1/4 to 3/4 in. (6.35 to 19.05 mm) in diameter or size.

Structural Shapes including Hot Extrusions: One dimension of the cross section is 3 in. (76.20 mm) or greater.

Bar Size Shapes including Hot Extrusions: Greatest cross-sectional dimension is less than 3 in. (76.20 mm).

Blooms, Billets and Slabs: Hot rolled round cornered squares and round cornered flats are blooms, billets or slabs: 4 in. (101.6 mm) square or larger or 16 sq. Inches (10323 mm2) ln cross-sectional area or larger.

Widths less than 3/8 in. (9.52 mm) and thicknesses less than 3/16 in. (4.76 mm) are generally described as flat wire. Thicknesses 1/8 in. (3.18 mm) to under 3/16 in. (4.76 mm) can be cold rolled strip as well as bar.

STANDARD FINISHES OF STAINLESS STEEL FLAT-ROLLED PRODUCTS


Surface finishes on'stainless steel sheets, strip, and plates are generally selected for appearance, although degree and extent of forming and welding should be taken into consideration. Where forming is severe, or much welding is done, it is often more economical to use a cold rolled finish and then polish.

UNPOLISHED FINISHES

No. 1 Finish
Hot rolled, annealed and discased. Produced by hot rolling followed by annealing and resealing. Generally used in industrial applications, such as for heat or corrosion resistance, where smoothness offinish is not of particular importance.

No. 2D Finish
A dull cold rolled finish. Produced by cold rolling, annealing, and resealing. The dull finish may result from the resealing or pickling operation or may be developed by a final light cold roll pass on dull rolls. The dull finish is favorable fortune retention of lubricants on the surface In deep drawing operations. This finish is generally used in forming deep drawn articles which may be polished after fabrication.

No. 2B Finish
A bright cold rolled finish commonly produced in the same manner as No. 2D, except twattle annealed and resealed sheet receives a finalxlight cold rolled pass on polished rolls. This is a general purpose cold rolled finish. It ii-commonly used for all but exceptionally difficult deep drawing applications. This finish is more readily polished than No. 1 or No. Ad Finish.

POLISHED FINISHES

Sheets can be produced with one ortho side? polished.Whenrpolished (none side only, sheather side may be rough ground in order to obtain the necessary flatness.

No. 3 Finish
is a polished finish obtained with abrasives approximately 100 mesh, and which may or may not be additionally polished during fabrication.

No. 4 Finish
is a general purpose polished finish widely used for restaurant equipment, kitchen equipmentstorefronts, dairy equipment Mc.Following initial grinding with coarserabrasives, sheets are generally finished last with abrasives approximately 120 to 154 mesh.

No.6 Finish
is a dull satin finish having lower reflectivitythap No. 4 Finish. It is produced by Tampico brushing.

No. 4 Finish
sheets in a medium of abrasive and oil. It is used for architectural applications and ornamentation where a high luster is undesirable', it is also used effectively to contrast with brighter finishes.

No. 7 Finish
has a high degree of reflectivity. It is produced by buffing of finely ground surface, but the grit lines are not removed. It is chiefly used for architectural and ornamental purposes.

No. 8 Finish
is the most reflective finish that is commonly produced. It is obtained by polishing with successively finer abrasives and buffing extensively with very fine buffing rouges. The surface is essentially free of grit lines from preliminary grinding operations. This finish is most widely used for press plates, as well as forsmall mirrors and reflectors.


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Alphabetical Product Index

Abrasives

Bands and Cartridge Rolls
Belt Cleaners
Belts - Portable
Belts - Stationary
Belts - Stationary - Wide
Buffing Compounds
Buffing Wheels
Cut-Off Wheels
Deburring Tools
Diamond and CBN Wheels
Diamond Hones
Diamond Tools
Discs - Bore Polishing
Discs - Bristle
Discs - Depressed Center Wheels
Discs - Fibre
Discs - Flap Discs
Discs - PSA
Discs - Quick Change
Discs - Stikit Pad Holders
Discs - Surface Conditioning
File Cleaners
File Handles
File Sets
Files
Files - Thread Restoring
Flap Wheels
Flex-Hone Honing Tools
Grinding Segments
Grinding Wheel - Adaptors
Grinding Wheel Dressers
Grinding Wheels - Bench and Pedestal
Grinding Wheels - Centerless and Cylindrical
Grinding Wheels - Deburring and Finishing
Grinding Wheels - Internal
Grinding Wheels - Other
Grinding Wheels - Plate Mounted
Grinding Wheels - Pneumatic
Grinding Wheels - Snagging
Grinding Wheels - Toolroom Wheels
Lapping Compounds
Lapping Film
Laps
Mounted Wheels
Rubberized and MX Abrasives
Sheets
Shop Rolls
Stones and Abrasive Files
Surface Conditioning Belts
Surface Conditioning Pads
Wire Brushes

Cutting Tools (also see Indexable Cutting Tools)

Angle Cutters
Bandsaw Blades
Blanks
Boring Bar Sets
Boring Bars
Boring Heads
Broach Sets
Broaches
Burr Sets
Burrs
Center Reamers
Chamfering Tools
Cold Saw Blades
Combined Drill and Countersinks
Counterbore Sets
Counterbores
Countersink Sets
Countersinks
Cut-Off Blades
Die Holders
Dies - Hex Rethreading
Dies - Pipe
Dies - Round Adjustable
Dovetail Cutters
Drill Sets
Drills - APT Multi Tool
Drills - Carbide Tipped
Drills - Circuit Board
Drills - Coolant Thru
Drills - Diamond Coated
Drills - Die Drills
Drills - Drill/Mills
Drills - HSS Drill Blanks
Drills - HSS Extra Length
Drills - HSS Jobber Length
Drills - HSS Left Hand
Drills - HSS Micro
Drills - HSS Reduced Shank
Drills - HSS Screw Machine Length
Drills - HSS Step Drills
Drills - HSS Taper Length
Drills - HSS Taper Shank
Drills - Masonary
Drills - Replaceable Tip Spade Style
Drills - Solid Carbide
Drills - Spade Drills
Drills - Spot and Center
End Mill Sets - Carbide
End Mill Sets - HSS
End Mill Sets - HSS Corner Rounding
End Mills - Carbide
End Mills - Carbide Ball End
End Mills - Carbide Corner Radius
End Mills - Carbide Corner Rounding
End Mills - Carbide Diamond Coated
End Mills - Carbide Extra Length
End Mills - Carbide Metric
End Mills - Carbide Miniature
End Mills - Carbide Roughing
End Mills - Carbide Tapered
End Mills - HSS
End Mills - HSS Ball End
End Mills - HSS Chamfering Mills
End Mills - HSS Corner Rounding
End Mills - HSS Drill/Mills
End Mills - HSS Extra Length
End Mills - HSS Keyway
End Mills - HSS Large Diameter
End Mills - HSS Left Hand
End Mills - HSS Metric
End Mills - HSS Miniature
End Mills - HSS Roughing
End Mills - HSS Roughing Ball End
End Mills - HSS Roughing Extra Length
End Mills - HSS Roughing Shell Mills
End Mills - HSS Shell Mills
End Mills - HSS Tapered
Fly Cutter Sets
Fly Cutters
Hole Cutters
Hole Saw Arbors
Hole Saw Kits
Hole Saws
Hole Saws - Arbored
Hole Saws - Carbide Tipped
Hole Saws - Diamond Grit
Keyseat Cutter Sets
Keyseat Cutters
Lathe Tool Holders
Port Contour Cutters
Power Hacksaw Blades
Radius Cutters
Reamer Sets
Reamers - Adjustable Blade
Reamers - Aligning
Reamers - Bridge
Reamers - Carbide Tipped
Reamers - Chucking
Reamers - Dowel Pin
Reamers - Drill Length
Reamers - Expansion
Reamers - Hand
Reamers - Metric
Reamers - Morse Taper
Reamers - Over/Under
Reamers - Pipe
Reamers - Repairmens
Reamers - Shell Style
Reamers - Solid Carbide
Reamers - Spiral Flute
Reamers - Taper Pin
Reamers - Taper Shank
Rebar Cutters
Recessing Tools
Saw Blades - Jig and Reciprocating
Shank Type Milling Cutters
Side Milling Cutters
Slitting and Slotting Saws
Tap and Die Sets
Tap Extensions
Tap Extractors
Tap Sets
Tap Wrenches
Tapping Tools
Taps
Taps - Acme
Taps - British Standard Parallel
Taps - Combination Drill/Taps
Taps - Extended Length
Taps - Left Hand
Taps - Metric
Taps - Nut Taps
Taps - Oversize
Taps - Pipe
Taps - Pulley
Taps - Screw Thread Insert
Taps - Solid Carbide
Taps - Special Pitch
Taps - Spiral Flute
Taps - Tap and Drill Sets
Taps - Thread Forming
Thread Milling
Threading Chasers
Tool Bits - Carbide Tipped
Tool Bits - High Speed Steel
Tool Bits - Thread Relief Tools
T-Slot Cutters

Indexable Cutting Tools

Boring Bars
Carbide Blanks
Carbide Inserts - Circle Machine
Carbide Inserts - Dijet
Carbide Inserts - Ingersoll Cutting Tools
Carbide Inserts - LMT Fette
Carbide Inserts - Other
Carbide Inserts - SP3 Diamond Film Coated
Carbide Inserts - Toshiba Tungaloy
Carbide Inserts - XACT
CBN Inserts - Toshiba Tungaloy
Ceramic Inserts - XACT
Countersinks and Chamfering Tools-Indexable
Drills-Indexable
End Mills-Indexable
Fly Cutters-Indexable
Grooving, Threading and Cut-Off
Indexable Replacement Parts - Apt
Indexable Replacement Parts - Circle Machine
Indexable Replacement Parts - Ingersoll
Indexable Replacement Parts - LMT-Fette
Indexable Replacement Parts - Toshiba Tungaloy
Indexable Replacement Parts - XACT
Milling Systems-Indexable
Port Contour Cutters-Indexable
Turning Tools

Fasteners, Metals and Plastics

Alloy Steel - Alloy 4130
Alloy Steel - Alloy 4140
Alloy Steel - Alloy 8620
Aluminum - Grade 1100
Aluminum - Grade 2011
Aluminum - Grade 2017
Aluminum - Grade 2024
Aluminum - Grade 3003
Aluminum - Grade 5052
Aluminum - Grade 6061
Aluminum - Grade 6063
Aluminum - Grade 7075
Aluminum - Tool & Jig Plate
Balls
Brass - Alloy 260
Brass - Alloy 330
Brass - Alloy 353
Brass - Alloy 360 Free Machining
Brass - Alloy 464 Unleaded Naval
Brass - Miniature Brass Shapes
Bronze - Grade 316 Commercial Grade Bronze
Bronze - Grade 510 Phosphur Bronze
Bronze - Grade 544 Leaded Bronze
Bronze - Grade 642 Non-Magnetic Bronze
Bronze - Grade 655 Silicone Bronze
Bronze - Grade 863 Manganese Bronze
Bronze - Grade 8932 Lead Free Bronze
Bronze - Grade 936 Anti-Seize Bronze
Bronze - Grade 955 Nickel Aluminum Bronze
Bronze - Grade CDA 954 Bronze
Bronze - Grade SAE 660 Bronze
Bronze - Oil Impregnated Bronze
Cable Ties
Cast Iron - Class 40
Cast Sections
Cold Rolled Steel - C1018
Cold Rolled Steel - C12L14
Cold Rolled Steel Sheets
Copper - Alloy 110
Copper - Alloy 122 Tubing
Copper - Alloy 172 Non-Sparking Copper
Copper - Alloy 1751 High Conductivity Copper
Copper - Alloy 182 High Strength Copper
Drill Rod - A-2
Drill Rod - D-2
Drill Rod - H-13
Drill Rod - H-13 Prehardened
Drill Rod - M-2
Drill Rod - Metric
Drill Rod - O-1
Drill Rod - S-7
Drill Rod - W-1
Expanded Metal - Aluminum
Expanded Metal - Stainless Steel
Expanded Metal - Steel
Facsimile Compound
Feeler Gage
Feeler Gage - 12 Inch Strips
Feeler Gage - 25 Foot Coils
Feeler Gage Assortments
Fiberglass
Foil
Ground Flat Stock 0-1 Oversize
Ground Flat Stock 0-1 Standard
Ground Flat Stock 4142 Prehardened Oversize
Ground Flat Stock 4142 Prehardened Standard
Ground Flat Stock A-2 Oversize
Ground Flat Stock A-2 Standard
Ground Flat Stock A-6 Oversize
Ground Flat Stock A-6 Standard
Ground Flat Stock D-2 Oversize
Ground Flat Stock D-2 Standard
Ground Flat Stock Low Carbon
Ground Flat Stock M-2 High Speed Steel
Ground Flat Stock S-7 Oversize
Ground Flat Stock S-7 Standard
Ground Steel Plate
High Speed Steel - M-2
Hinges
Hose Clamps
Hot Rolled Steel - Angles
Hot Rolled Steel - Beams
Hot Rolled Steel - Burnouts
Hot Rolled Steel - Channels
Hot Rolled Steel - Pipe
Hot Rolled Steel - Rebar
Hot Rolled Steel - Tubing
Hydraulic and Grease Fittings
Inconel - Alloy 600
Kee Klamp Pipe Fittings
Keystock - Brass
Keystock - Gib Heachine Machinery Keys
Keystock - Hi-Carbon (High Strength)
Keystock - Metric
Keystock - Mill Stock
Keystock - Stainless Steel
Keystock - Steel
Keystock - Step Keystock
Keystock - Zinc Plated
Keystock Assortments
Lead
Machinable Ceramics - Glass-Mica
Machinable Wax
Maintenance Kits
Monel - Alloy 400
Nifty Bar Ground Steel Plate
Nuts
Perforated Metal - Aluminum
Perforated Metal - Stainless Steel
Perforated Metal - Steel
Pins
Plastics - ABS
Plastics - Acrylic
Plastics - Delrin
Plastics - Hyzod
Plastics - Nylatron
Plastics - Nylon
Plastics - Phenolic
Plastics - Plexiglas
Plastics - Polyurethane
Plastics - PTFE (Teflon)
Plastics - PVC
Plastics - Teflon-Filled Delrin
Plastics - UHMW
Rubber - Neoprene
Screw and Bolt Extractors
Screw Thread Inserts
Screws and Bolts
Shaft Collars
Shafting - Accuroloy Heat Treated Shafting
Shafting - Grade 1566 Chrome Plated Shafting
Shafting - Grade 1566 Shafting
Shafting - Grade 440C Stainless Steel Shafting
Shafting - Grade C1045 Shafting
Shafting - Keyed Shafting
Shafting - Tubular Shafting
Shim Stock - Aluminum
Shim Stock - Assortments
Shim Stock - Blue Tempered
Shim Stock - Brass
Shim Stock - Copper
Shim Stock - Lengthening and Shortening
Shim Stock - Metric
Shim Stock - Nickel
Shim Stock - Plastic
Shim Stock - Slotted Shims
Shim Stock - Stainless Steel
Shim Stock - Steel
Socket Pressure Plugs
Socket Screws
Spring Steel - Grade C1095
Spring Steel - Phosphor Bronze Grade 510
Spring Steel - Tempered Scaleless Grade C1075
Spring Steel - Tempered Stainless Steel Type 301
Stainless Steel - Type 17-4 PH
Stainless Steel - Type 303
Stainless Steel - Type 304
Stainless Steel - Type 316
Stainless Steel - Type 321
Stainless Steel - Type 347
Stainless Steel - Type 410
Stainless Steel - Type 416
Stainless Steel - Type 440C
Thread Restoring Products
Threaded Rod - Acme
Threaded Rod - Aluminum
Threaded Rod - Brass
Threaded Rod - Left Handed
Threaded Rod - Metric
Threaded Rod - Nylon
Threaded Rod - Stainless Steel
Threaded Rod - Steel
Threaded Rod - Zinc Plated
Threaded Rod B-7 Heat Treated Alloy
Titanium - Grade 2
Titanium - Grade 5
Tool Steel - Grade A-2
Tool Steel - Grade D-2
Tool Steel - Grade O-1
Tool Steel - Grade S-7
Tool Wrap
Tubing - Galvanized
Washers
Wire - Aluminum
Wire - Brass
Wire - Copper
Wire - Galvanized
Wire - Phosphor Bronze
Wire - Stainless Steel
Wire - Steel
Wire - Titanium
Wire Cloth - Aluminum
Wire Cloth - Brass
Wire Cloth - Bronze
Wire Cloth - Copper
Wire Cloth - Stainless Steel
Wire Cloth - Steel
Woodruff Keys

Fluids and Lubricants

Adhesives
Adhesives - Glue
Adhesives - Plastic Bonders
Adhesives - Super Glue
Adhesives - Threadlockers
Air Tool Oils
Anchorlube
Anti-Seize Compounds
Bearing Packers
Castrol Stick Wax Lubricant
Cimcool Center Saver
Cleaners and Degreasers
Cleaners and Degreasers - Contact Cleaners
Cleaners and Degreasers - Master Chemical
Cleaners and Degreasers - Simple Green
Coolant Hose
Coolant Maintenance Products - Master Chemical
Coolant Maintenance Products - Zebra
Coolant Pumps and Systems
Cutting and Grinding Fluids
Drum Mixers
Drum Pumps
Funnels
Gasketing Products
Glue Guns
Grease and Hydraulic Fittings
Grease Guns and Pumps
Greases
Insecticide
Layout Fluids
Lubricants
Lubricants - Chain and Wire Rope
Lubricants - Dry
Lubricants - Food Grade
Lubrication Systems
Master Chemical Metalworking Fluids
Master Chemical Mist Coolant
Master Chemical Tapping Fluids
Mist Coolant Systems
Mist Coolants
Mobil Gear Lubricants
Mobil Hydraulic Fluids
Mobil Metalworking Fluids
Mobil Rarus Compressor Oil
Mobil Spindle Oils
Mobil Vactra Way Oil
Monroe Metalworking Fluids
Oilers
Paint Brushes
Paint Rollers
Paint Trays
Paints
Paints - Striping
Parts Washers and Solvents
Penetrating Oils
Pipe Joint Compound
Refractometers
Repair Putties
Rust Inhibitors and Surface Treatments
Sawing Fluids
Silicones
Skimmers
Sprayers
Tapping Fluids
Thread Sealants
Tool and Instrument Oil
Vaughn Metalworking Fluids
Vaughn Spindle Oils
Vaughn Way Lube
WD-40

Hand Tools

Bolt Cutters
Cable Cutters
Chisels
Clamps - A Clamps
Clamps - Band Clamps
Clamps - Bar Clamps
Clamps - C-Clamps
Clamps - Clamp Fixtures
Clamps - Edge Clamps
Clamps - Hold Down Clamps
Clamps - Kant Twist Clamps
Clamps - Parallel Clamps
Clamps - Pipe
Clamps - Spring Clamps
Clamps - Toolmakers
Clamps - Welders Clamps
Cotter Pin Puller
Electrical Tools and Accessories
Electrical Tools and Accessories - Multimeters
Electrical Tools and Accessories - Testers
Electrical Tools and Accessories - Thermometers
Hammers - Ball Pein
Hammers - Chipping
Hammers - Claw
Hammers - Dead Blow
Hammers - Engineers
Hammers - Hand Drilling
Hammers - Handles
Hammers - Non-Marring
Hammers - Non-Sparking
Hammers - Other
Hammers - Rip
Hammers - Toolmakers
Hex and Torx Bit Sockets
Hex Key Sets
Hex Key Sets - Ball End
Hex Key Sets - Screwdriver Syle
Hex Key Sets - T-Handle
Hex Key Sets - T-Handle Sets - Ball End
Hex Keys
Hex Keys - Fold-Up Sets
Hex Keys - Fold-Up Sets - Ball End
Hex Keys - T-Handle
Hex Keys - T-Handle - Ball End
Hex Keys - T-Handle Sets
Hex Keys - Wiha Magic Ring Products
Insert Bit Sets
Insert Bits
Inspection Equipment - Borescope
Inspection Equipment - Comparators
Inspection Equipment - Eye Loupes
Inspection Equipment - Magnifiers
Inspection Equipment - Mirrors
Inspection Equipments - Paint Thickness Gage
Insulated Hand Tools
Levels
Mallets
Multi-Tools
Nibblers
Non-Sparking Tools
Nutdrivers
Plier Sets
Pliers
Pliers - Locking
Pliers - Snap Ring
Plumbing Tools - Flaring Tools
Plumbing Tools - Tubing Benders
Plumbing Tools - Tubing Cutters
Pocket Knives
Pry Bars
Pullers
Punch and Chisel Kits
Punch and Die Sets
Punches - Pin
Punches - Arch
Punches - Center
Punches - Drift
Punches - Nail
Punches - Optical
Punches - Pin
Punches - Prick
Punches - Revolving
Punches - Roll Pin Pilot
Punches - Transfer
Putty Knives
Ratchet Adapters
Ratchet Extensions
Ratchets and Speed Handles
Razor Knives
Reamers
Saws
Scissors
Scrapers
Screw and Nut Starters
Screwdriver Sets
Screwdrivers
Screwdrivers - Jewelers
Sharpeners
Snips
Socket Sets
Sockets
Sockets - Holders
Sockets - Impact
Sockets - Impact Extensions
Specialty Automotive Tools
Strap Cutters
Tape Measures
Tool Sets
Torches
Torque Screwdrivers
Torque Wrenches
Torx Keys - Flag and Wing Style
Torx Keys - Screwdriver Style
Torx Keys - T-Handle
Tweezers
Utility Knives
Wire Strippers
Wrench Sets
Wrenches - Adjustable
Wrenches - Box
Wrenches - Check Nut
Wrenches - Combination
Wrenches - Construction
Wrenches - Hydraulic
Wrenches - Open End
Wrenches - Pipe
Wrenches - Ratcheting Flare
Wrenches - Service
Wrenches - Socket
Wrenches - Spanner
Wrenches - Spud
Wrenches - Strap
Wrenches - Striking Box
Wrenches - T-Handle Socket

Machinery

Abrasive Cut-Off Saws
Arbor Presses
Bandsaws - Cosen
Bandsaws - Dake
Bandsaws - Do-All
Bandsaws - Jet Equipment and Tools
Bandsaws - Omni Precision Portable
Bandsaws - Palmgren
Bandsaws - Roll-In Saw
Bandsaws - Rong Fu
Bandsaws - Wellsaw
Bandsaws - Wilton
Bandsaws - XACT
Bar Pullers
Benders - Hydraulic
Blast Equipment - Campbell-Hausfeld
Blast Equipment - Cyclone
Blast Equipment - Trinco
Blast Equipment - XACT
Box and Pan Brakes
Buffers - Baldor
Centers and Center Drivers - XACT
Cold Saws - Dake
Cold Saws - Scotchman
Cold Saws - Wilton
Digital Readouts - Acu-Rite
Digital Readouts - Mitutoyo
Digital Readouts - Newall
Drill Press Supports
Drill Presses - Circuit Board
Drill Presses - Jet Equipment and Tools
Drill Presses - Powermatic
Drill Presses - Shop Fox
Drill Presses - Wilton
Drill Presses - XACT
Dust Collectors/Fume Exhausters
Grinders - Bench - Baldor
Grinders - Bench - Delta
Grinders - Bench - Dewalt
Grinders - Bench - Jet Equipment and Tools
Grinders - Bench - Palmgren
Grinders - Burr King
Grinders - Carbide - Baldor
Grinders - Carbide - XACT
Grinders - Kinkelder
Grinders - Surface - Jet Equipment and Tools
Grinders - Surface - Targa
Grinders - Surface - XACT
Grinders - Tool and Cutter - Champ
Grinders - Tool and Cutter - Jet Equipment
Hand Brakes
Hand Notcher
Handnibs
Ironworkers - Metalpro
Ironworkers - Scotchman
Jig Grinder Accessories
Jointers
Lathe Accessories - Lathe Work Stop
Lathes - Jet Equipment and Tools
Lathes - Prazi
Lathes - Wilton
Machine Guards
Machinery Mounts

Machinery (continued)

Milling Machine Accessories
Milling Machine Accessories - Arbor Spacers
Milling Machine Accessories - Arbors
Milling Machine Accessories - Chip Pans
Milling Machine Accessories - CNC Programming
Milling Machine Accessories - Collet Racks
Milling Machine Accessories - Collet Stops
Milling Machine Accessories - Coolant Collectors
Milling Machine Accessories - Coolant Pumps
Milling Machine Accessories - Drawbars
Milling Machine Accessories - Drill Drifts
Milling Machine Accessories - Drill Feeds
Milling Machine Accessories - Lathe Milling Attach
Milling Machine Accessories - Mill Stops
Milling Machine Accessories - Press Stops
Milling Machine Accessories - Quick Adjusting Nuts
Milling Machine Accessories - Quill Feed Handles
Milling Machine Accessories - Quill Stops
Milling Machine Accessories - Right Angle Attach.
Milling Machine Accessories - Spacing Collars
Milling Machine Accessories - Spider Handles
Milling Machine Accessories - Spindle Taper Wipes
Milling Machine Accessories - Step Blocks
Milling Machine Accessories - Tightening Fixtures
Milling Machine Accessories - Vise Stops
Milling Machine Accessories - Way Covers
Milling Machine Accessories - Way Wipers
Milling Machine Accessories - Weld Gage
Milling Machine Accessories -Spin-L-Mate
Milling Machine Accessory Sets
Milling Machines - Jet Equipment and Tools
Milling Machines - Prazi
Milling Machines - Rong Fu
Milling Machines - Wilton
Milling Machines - XACT
Mobile Bases
Phase Converters
Pipe Threading Equipment
Power Feeds
Presses
Punches
Rotary Machine
Sanders - Belt
Sanders - Belt and Disc
Sanders - Disc
Sanders - Drum
Sanders - Grinder/Sanders
Sanders - Palmgren 3 in 1 Sanding Center
Sanders - Spindle Style
Sanders - Square Wheel Grinder
Scroll Saws
Sharpeners - Darex Sharpeners
Sharpeners - Drill Doctor Sharpeners
Sharpeners - XACT
Sharpening Attachments
Shear, Brake and Roll
Shears - Hand Slitting
Shears - Hydraulic and Pneumatic
Shears - Manual Foot Operated
Shears - Portable
Slip Rolls
Tapping Machines
Tool Post Grinders
Vibratory Tumblers and Media

Material Handling Equipment

Bins - Akro-Mils
Bins - Akro-Mils Bin Carts
Bins - Lyons Binwall Carousels
Bins - Quantum
Bins - Quantum Bin Racks
Bins - Rotabins
Bucket Boss Organizers
Carousels
Carts - Carousel
Carts - Service
Carts - Three Wheel
Carts - Trades
Carts - Utility
Cases
Casters
Chain and Rope
Chairs and Stools
Containers - Akro-Mils
Containers - Quantum
Cranes
Dock Equipment
Dollies
Drum Equipment
Gates and Barriers
Guards
Gun Security Cabinets
Hoists, Trolleys and Pullers
Hoppers
Jacks
Ladders
Lift Tables
Loaders
Lockers
Machinery Movers
Maintenance Carts
Modular Storage Systems
Pallet Jacks
Pallet Strappers
Pumps
Railings
Raw Material Storage
Repair and Rescue Kits
Roller Tables and Stock Stands
Shelving
Slings
Stands
Storage Cabinets
Storage Racks
Stretch Wrap Equipment
Tool Bags and Pouches
Tool Board Systems
Tool Box Accessories - Kennedy
Tool Boxes - Benchmark Series - Kennedy
Tool Boxes - Combination Sets - Kennedy
Tool Boxes - Hand Carry - Kennedy
Tool Boxes - Hand Carry - Waterloo
Tool Boxes - Machinists Chests - Kennedy
Tool Boxes - Mechanics Chests - Kennedy
Tool Boxes - Mechanics Chests - Proto
Tool Boxes - Mechanics Chests - Waterloo
Tool Boxes - Roller Cabinets - Kennedy
Tool Boxes - Roller Cabinets - Waterloo
Tool Boxes - Roller Cabinets - Wooden
Tool Boxes - Shop Series - Waterloo
Tool Boxes - Tool Chest Bases - Kennedy
Tool Boxes - Wooden
Tool Holder Storage
Tool Indexes and Dispensers
Tool Stands - Kennedy
Tool Webbing
Trucks - Hand
Trucks - Platform
Trucks - Stock
Trucks - Stockpicker
Trucks - Tilt
Turn Tables
Work Benches
Work Benches - Document Stands
Work Benches - Inspection Stands
Work Benches - Mobil Computer Stands
Work Benches - Mobile
Work Benches - Shop Desks

Air and Electric Power Tools

Air Powered Tools - Air Files
Air Powered Tools - Air Guns
Air Powered Tools - Air Hammers
Air Powered Tools - Buffers and Polishers
Air Powered Tools - Chisels
Air Powered Tools - Cut-Off Tools
Air Powered Tools - Drills
Air Powered Tools - Grinders - Air Turbine
Air Powered Tools - Grinders - Angle Grinders
Air Powered Tools - Grinders - Die Grinders
Air Powered Tools - Grinders - Horizontal
Air Powered Tools - Impact Wrenches
Air Powered Tools - Nibblers
Air Powered Tools - Punches
Air Powered Tools - Ratchets
Air Powered Tools - Riveters
Air Powered Tools - Sand Blasters
Air Powered Tools - Sanders
Air Powered Tools - Saws
Air Powered Tools - Scalers
Air Powered Tools - Screwdrivers
Air Powered Tools - Shears
Air Powered Tools - Spray Guns
Compressors
Dremel Tools
Dumore Tools
Electric Power Tool Sets
Electric Power Tools - Bandsaws
Electric Power Tools - Batteries and Chargers
Electric Power Tools - Buffers and Polishers
Electric Power Tools - Caulk Guns
Electric Power Tools - Chain Saws
Electric Power Tools - Chop Saws
Electric Power Tools - Cut-Off Tools
Electric Power Tools - Cut-Out Tools
Electric Power Tools - Drill Presses
Electric Power Tools - Drills
Electric Power Tools - Drills - Cordless
Electric Power Tools - Grinders - Angle
Electric Power Tools - Grinders - Die Grinders
Electric Power Tools - Grinders - Pencil Grinders
Electric Power Tools - Grinders - Straight
Electric Power Tools - Hammer Drills
Electric Power Tools - Heat Guns
Electric Power Tools - Impact Wrenches
Electric Power Tools - Impact Wrenches - Cordless
Electric Power Tools - Jig Saws
Electric Power Tools - Lasers
Electric Power Tools - Level Packages
Electric Power Tools - Miter Saws
Electric Power Tools - Multi-Cutter Saws
Electric Power Tools - Nailers
Electric Power Tools - Nibblers
Electric Power Tools - Planers
Electric Power Tools - Plate Joiners
Electric Power Tools - Radios
Electric Power Tools - Reciprocating Saws
Electric Power Tools - Routers
Electric Power Tools - Sanders
Electric Power Tools - Saw - Mitre
Electric Power Tools - Saw Blades - Circular
Electric Power Tools - Saws
Electric Power Tools - Saws - Circular
Electric Power Tools - Saws - Framing
Electric Power Tools - Saws - Table
Electric Power Tools - Saws - Trim
Electric Power Tools - Screwdrivers
Electric Power Tools - Scroll Saws
Electric Power Tools - Shears
Electric Power Tools - Staplers
Electric Tool Accessories
Engraving Tools
Foredom Tools
Generators
Vacuums
Welding Equipment - Campbell-Hausfeld
Welding Equipment - Century
Welding Equipment - Electrodes
Welding Equipment - Jet Equipment and Tools
Welding Equipment - Thermadyne

Precision Measuring Tools

1-2-3 and 2-4-6 Blocks
3D Alignment Indicators
Angle and Sine Plates
Angle Blocks
Angle Gages
Angle Meters
Bore Gages
Box Parallels
Calibration Equipment
Caliper Accessories
Calipers - Dial Calipers
Calipers - Dial Calipers - English/Metric Reading
Calipers - Dial Calipers - Pocket
Calipers - Dial Gages
Calipers - Electronic Digital
Calipers - Knife Edge
Calipers - Outside
Calipers - Pocket Slide
Calipers - Snap Calipers
Calipers - Solar
Calipers - Vernier
Calipers - Yankee Style
Center and Edge Finders
Center Gages
Chamfer Gages
Depth Gages
Dividers
Drill Gages
Electronic Amplification Equipment
Gage Balls
Gage Blocks
Gage Pins
Hardness Testers
Height Gages - Dial
Height Gages - Digit Counter/Dial
Height Gages - Electronic
Height Gages - Height Setting Gages
Height Gages - Vernier
Hole Gages
Indicator Accessories
Indicator Bases - Magnetic
Indicator Stands
Indicators - Centering
Indicators - Co-Ax
Indicators - Plunger Style
Indicators - Plunger Style - Digital
Indicators - Test Style
Indicators - Test Style - Digital
Indicators Sets
Micrometer Accessories
Micrometer Sets
Micrometer Stands
Micrometers
Micrometers - Ball
Micrometers - Bench Micrometers
Micrometers - Blade
Micrometers - Crimp Height
Micrometers - Deep Throat
Micrometers - Depth Micrometers
Micrometers - Digit Counter
Micrometers - Disc
Micrometers - Electronic Digital
Micrometers - For Soft Materials
Micrometers - Gear Pitch
Micrometers - Groove
Micrometers - Indicating
Micrometers - Inside
Micrometers - Micrometer Heads
Micrometers - Multi-Anvil
Micrometers - Point
Micrometers - Rolling Mill
Micrometers - Screw Thread
Micrometers - Sheet Metal
Micrometers - Spline
Micrometers - Tube
Micrometers - Uni-Mike
Micrometers - V-Anvil
Micrometers -Spline
Microscopes
Misc. Measuring Tool Accessories
Multi Use Gages
Multi-Welding Gage
Optical Comparators
Parallels
Pin Vises
Planer/Shaper Gages
Precision Levels
Precision Measuring Tool Sets
Protractors
Radius Gages
Ring Gages
Rules
Scales and Balancers
Screw Pitch Gages
Scribers
Sine Bars
Slot and Groove Gages
Snap Gages
Space Blocks
Squares
Straight Edges
Surface Finish Gages
Surface Gages
Surface Plates
Taper Gages
Telescoping Gages
Tension Gages
Thickness Gages
Thread Measuring
Tool and Instrument Oil
Toolmakers Buttons
Universal Precision Gages
V-Blocks
Wire Gages

Safety Equipment

Aprons
Back Support
Barricade Tape
Boots
Coveralls
First Aid
Flame Resistant Apparel
Gloves - Box Handling
Gloves - Chemical Resistant
Gloves - Cotton
Gloves - Cut Resistant
Gloves - Half Finger
Gloves - Heat Resistant
Gloves - Latex Disposable
Gloves - Leather
Gloves - Leather Drivers
Gloves - Light Duty
Gloves - Mechanics
Gloves - Nitrile Coated
Gloves - Poly/Cotton
Gloves - PVC Coated
Gloves - Rubber Coated
Gloves - Thermal
Gloves - Utility
Gloves - Vinyl Impregnated
Gloves - Welders
Headgear
Hearing Protection - Ear Muffs
Hearing Protection - Ear Muffs with Radio
Hearing Protection - Ear Plugs
Helmets
Jackets
Kneepads
Rainwear
Respirators and Dust Masks
Safety Glass Cleaners
Safety Glasses
Safety Goggles
Safety Matting
Safety Screens and Curtains
Safety Signs
Safety Storage Cabinets and Cans
Sleeves
Wrist Supports

Shop Supplies

Absorbents
Air Guns and Hoses - ARO
Air Guns and Hoses - Blovac
Air Guns and Hoses - Coilhose
Air Guns and Hoses - Dynabrade
Air Guns and Hoses - Guardair
Air Guns and Hoses - Ingersoll-Rand
Air Guns and Hoses - Other
Assembly Equipment
Batteries
Bearing Heaters
Blue Print Holders
Brass Pipe Fittings
Brooms
Brushes - Acid Brushes
Brushes - Chip
Brushes - Dusters
Brushes - Nail Brushes
Brushes - Parts Cleaning
Brushes - Scraper Type
Brushes - Scratch Brushes
Brushes - Scrub
Brushes - T-Slot Brushes
Brushes - Tube
Brushes - Vehicle Brushes
Chalk
Circle and Gasket Cutters
Cold Surface Markers
Counters and Totalizers
Demagnetizers
Drafting Supplies
Dust Pans
Etch-O-Matic Etching Equipment
Extension Cords and Power Strips
Fans and Heaters
Fastening Tools
Filters, Regulators and Lubricators
Hand Cleaner and Wipes
Hardening Compounds
Hose Fittings, Connectors and Couplers
Hose Reels
Hoses and Tubing
Hot Melt Coatings
Industrial Magnets
Key Caddys
Lighting and Flashlights - Bright Star
Lighting and Flashlights - Dazor
Lighting and Flashlights - DeWalt
Lighting and Flashlights - Electrix
Lighting and Flashlights - Fostoria
Lighting and Flashlights - Industrial Work Lights
Lighting and Flashlights - Inspection Kits
Lighting and Flashlights - Mag Lites
Lighting and Flashlights - Max Burton Wind N Go
Lighting and Flashlights - National Electric
Lighting and Flashlights - Pelican
Lighting and Flashlights - Rayovac
Lighting and Flashlights - Saf-T-Lite
Lighting and Flashlights - Standard Portable
Lighting and Flashlights - Steelman Bend-A-Light
Lighting and Flashlights - Streamlight Flashlights
Lighting and Flashlights - Waldmann
Lighting and Flashlights - XACT
Locks - American Lock
Locks - Master Lock
Lumber Crayons
Magnetic Clean Out Tools
Magnetic Grate Filter
Magnetic Parts Trays
Magnetic Positioners
Magnetic Retrieval Tools
Magnetic Tool Organizer
Magnets
Maintenance Equipment
Markers
Metal Checks
Mops, Buckets and Wringers
Oilers
Paint Markers
Probes
Reference Books
Refuse Containers
Retreiving Tools
Shipping Room Supplies
Soldering Tools and Solder
Sprayers
Spring Winders
Steel Marking Stamps
Stencils
Tapes
Tool Black Kit
Trammels
Transfer Screws
Winches

Toolholding and Workholding

16C Collets and Fixtures
3J Collets and Fixtures
5C Collet Sets
5C Collets and Accessories
Arbors and Adaptors
Bench Blocks
Centers and Center Drivers - Concentric
Centers and Center Drivers - Riten
Centers and Center Drivers - Rohm
Centers and Center Drivers - Royal
Centers and Center Drivers - Skoda
Centers and Center Drivers - XACT
Chuck Jaws - Ajax
Chuck Jaws - Bison
Chuck Jaws - H and R
Chuck Jaws - Rohm
Chuck Jaws - Royal
Chuck Stops
Collet Chucking Systems - Dunham
Collet Chucks
Collet Closers
Collet Closers, Chucks and Headstocks
DA Collets and Accessories
Dividing Heads
Double Angle Collets DA Series
Drill Chuck Arbors
Drill Chuck Keys and Accessories
Drill Chucks
ER Collets and Accessories
Fixture Jacks - Jergens
Grinding Fixtures
Indexing Fixtures
Indexing Spacers
Knurling Tools and Knurls - Dorian
Knurling Tools and Knurls - Eagle Rock
Knurling Tools and Knurls - XACT
Lathe Chucks - Atlas
Lathe Chucks - Bison
Lathe Chucks - Buck Chuck
Lathe Chucks - Dorian
Lathe Chucks - Eagle Rock
Lathe Chucks - Kitagawa
Lathe Chucks - Other
Lathe Chucks - Pratt Burnerd
Lathe Chucks - Rohm
Lathe Chucks - Royal
Lathe Chucks - XACT
Lathe Chucks - Yuasa
Lathe Mandrels
Machine Clamping Kits
Machine Clamps
Magnetic Chucks
Milling Tables
Milling Tables - Indexing
Morse Taper Tooling - Coolant Induced Holders
Morse Taper Tooling - Drill Drivers
Morse Taper Tooling - Drill Sleeves
Morse Taper Tooling - End Mill Holders
Morse Taper Tooling - Extension Sockets
Morse Taper Tooling - Floating Holders
Morse Taper Tooling - Magic Chuck
Morse Taper Tooling - Shell Mill Holders
Morse Taper Tooling - Solid Sockets
Morse Taper Tooling - Tap Drivers
Nmtb, Asa, Iso Tooling - Adaptors
Nmtb, Asa, Iso Tooling - Centering Plugs
Nmtb, Asa, Iso Tooling - Coolant Induced Holders
Nmtb, Asa, Iso Tooling - Drill Chuck Arbors
Nmtb, Asa, Iso Tooling - End Mill Holders
Nmtb, Asa, Iso Tooling - Shell Mill Holders
Palletizing Systems
PG Collets and Accessories
Quick Change Tooling
R8 Collet Sets
R8 Collets and Accessories
R8 Tooling - Adaptors
R8 Tooling - Coolant Induced Holders
R8 Tooling - End Mill Holders
R8 Tooling - Milling Machine Arbors
R8 Tooling - Quick-Change
R8 Tooling - Shell Mill Holders
R8 Tooling - Tapping Heads
Radius Cutters
Rapid Switch Tool System - Collis
Retention Knobs
Rotary Tables
Tapping Chucks and Collets - Bilz
Tapping Chucks and Collets - Collis
Tapping Chucks and Collets - Erickson
Tapping Chucks and Collets - Jacobs
Tapping Chucks and Collets - Other
Tapping Chucks and Collets - Tapmatic
Tapping Chucks and Collets - Wilton
Tapping Heads and Accessories - E.T.M
Tapping Heads and Accessories - Other
Tapping Heads and Accessories - Procunier
Tapping Heads and Accessories - Pro-Quik
Tapping Heads and Accessories - Tapmatic
Tapping Heads and Accessories - XACT
TG Collets and Accessories - XACT
Tool Posts and Holders - Aloris
Tool Posts and Holders - Armstrong
Tool Posts and Holders - Dorian
Tool Posts and Holders - XACT
Tool Tightening Fixtures
Toolholder Bushings
Tube Drilling Jigs
V-Flange and BT Tooling - Collis
V-Flange and BT Tooling - Erickson
V-Flange and BT Tooling - Narex
V-Flange and BT Tooling - Other
V-Flange and BT Tooling - Parlec
V-Flange and BT Tooling - XACT
Vise Accessories
Vises - Air Operated Vises - Heinrich
Vises - Air Operated Vises - Speedy Vise
Vises - Bench Vises
Vises - Camlock Vise - Heinrich
Vises - Cross Hold Drill Jigs - Heinrich
Vises - Drill Press Vises
Vises - Jaw Caps
Vises - Jaw Caps - Snap Jaws
Vises - Machine Vise Accessories - Kurt
Vises - Machine Vises - Kurt
Vises - Machine Vises - Palmgren
Vises - Machine Vises - Parlec
Vises - Machine Vises - Wilton
Vises - Machine Vises - XACT
Vises - Panavise Swivel Bench Vise
Vises - Precision Sine Vises
Vises - Precision Toolmakers Vises
Vises - Woodworking Vises

Tooling Compnents

Coupling Nuts
Danly IEM Die Springs and Accessories
De-Sta-Co Carver C-Clamps
Eye Bolts
Flange Nuts
Grippers - Carbide
Grippers - Tool Steel
Handles - Jergens
Handles - Kipp
Handles - XACT
Handwheels - Jergens
Handwheels - XACT
Heavy-Duty Hex Nuts
Hoist Rings
Knobs - Jergens
Knobs - Kipp
Knobs - Northwestern
Knobs - Teco
Knobs - XACT
Knurled Head Screws
Leveling Pads
Machine Clamps
Power Clamps
Quarter Turn Screws
Quarter Turn T-Nuts
Rest Buttons
Spring Loaded Devices
Step Blocks
Studs
Swing Bolts
Swivel Nuts
Tapped Hole Location Gages
T-Bolts
Thumb Screws
Toggle Clamps - De-Sta-Co - Hold-Down
Toggle Clamps - De-Sta-Co - Low Profile
Toggle Clamps - De-Sta-Co - Over Center
Toggle Clamps - De-Sta-Co - Pull Action
Toggle Clamps - De-Sta-Co - Squeeze Action
Toggle Clamps - De-Sta-Co - Straight Line Action
Toggle Clamps - De-Sta-Co Spindle Assemblies
Toggle Clamps - XACT - Horizontal
Toggle Clamps - XACT - Latch Type
Toggle Clamps - XACT - Push/Pull
Toggle Clamps - XACT - Side Mounted
Toggle Clamps - XACT - Squeeze Action
Toggle Clamps - XACT - Vertical
Toggle Clamps - XACT Spindle Assemblies
Toggle Pads
Tooling Balls
Tooling Balls, Level and Toggle Pads
T-Slot Bolts
T-Slot Nuts
Washers - C Washers
Washers - Heavy-Duty Flat


Servicing Industry Since 1968

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