MS Plain Washer

Plain washers, which spread a load, and prevent damage to the surface being fixed, or provide some sort of insulation such as electrical. A flat annulus or ring, often of metal, used to spread the load of a screwed fastening. Additionally, a plain washer may be used when the hole is a larger diameter than the fixing nut. Available in thickness from 0.33 mm - 14 mm.

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About Product:-

Washers are disks of metal or non-metallic material placed beneath a nut, an axle bearing, or a joint, to relieve friction, prevent leakage, isolate, prevent loosening, or distribute pressure. 

 

Corrosion Resistance

A number of techniques are used to enhance the corrosion resistant properties of certain washer materials:

Metallic coatings - Typical coatings used to produce corrosion resistant washers are zinc, cadmium, and nickel. Zinc coating acts as a sacrificial surface layer that falls victim to corrosive materials before the washer's material can be harmed. Cadmium produces a high-quality protective surface but is toxic, both biologically and environmentally. Nickel coatings add protection from corrosion only when the finish is dense and non-porous.

Electroplating - This method involves coating the washer by electrolytic deposition using metals such as chromium or silver.

Phosphating - A resilient, but abrasive surface is achieved by incorporating a zinc-phosphate layer and corrosion-protective oil.

Browning or bluing - Exposing the washer (typically steel) to a chemical compound or alkali salt solution causes an oxidizing chemical reaction which results in the creation of a corrosion-resistant, colored surface. The integrity of the coating can improved by treating the finished product with a water-displacing oil.

Chemical plating - This technique utilizes a nickel-phosphor alloy that is precipitated onto the washer surface, creating an extremely corrosion and abrasive resistant surface.

 

Application :-

A flat annulus or ring, often of metal, used to spread the load of a screwed fastening. Additionally, a plain washer may be used when the hole is a larger diameter than the fixing nut 

 


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