Stainless Steel 15-5ph Fasteners

AISI 15-5ph Equivalent Grades

AISI 4130 Bolts

15-5ph Fasteners are manufactured in varieties of bolts, stud bolts, screws, threaded rods, nuts, washers & other customised fastener parts, with coarse and fine threads. 15-5ph stainless steel fasteners are high tensile components, produced from forging stock and bar stock and heat treated to specification, to meet desired mechanical properties. 15-5ph fasteners can be produced in metric and imperial sizes as per DIN, ISO, ASME or any international dimension standards.

15-5ph is a precipitation hardened stainless steel alloy, developed for high tensile applications in field of aerospace, marine & offshore, high speed automotive engineering, nuclear power extraction equipments and paper pulp processing. 15-5ph is a variant to 17-4ph Chromium Nickel Copper Alloy with effective performance in high pressure corrosive environments. UNS S15500, Alloy XM-12, DIN EN 1.4545 are grade equivalents of 15-5ph stainless steel.

AISI 15-5ph Fasteners

  • AISI 15-5ph Bolts
    Bolts
  • AISI 15-5ph Screws
    Screws
  • AISI 15-5ph Stud Bolts
    Stud Bolts
  • AISI 15-5ph Threaded Rods
    Threaded Rods
  • AISI 15-5ph Nuts
    Nuts
  • AISI 15-5ph Washers
    Washers
  • AISI 15-5ph Accessories
    Accessories
  • AISI 15-5ph Components
    Components

AISI 15-5ph Properties

AISI 15-5ph Chemical Composition

Carbon Manganese Sulphur Phosporous Silicon Nickel Chromium Copper Columbium
+
Tantalum
Iron
0.07% max 1.00% max 0.03% max 0.04% max 1.00% max 3.50-5.50 14.0-15.5% 2.50-4.50% 0.15-0.45% Balance

AISI 15-5ph Mechanical Properties

Tensile Strength Yield Strength Elongation Reduction of Area Hardness, Brinell
1310 MPa 1170 MPa 10% min 35% min 388 min

15-5ph Specifications

Specifications Material Form Products
ASTM A564 XM-12/UNS S15500    
ASTM A693 XM-12/UNS S15500    
ASTM A705 XM-12/UNS S15500    

AISI 15-5ph Fasteners Coatings

PTFE (Teflon) PTFE (Xylan) Nickel

Applications

15-5ph stainless steel is commonly used to manufacture fasteners for following sectors.
Aerospace Engineering Paper and Pulp Processing Nuclear Power Generation
High Speed Automotives Marine & Offshore Engineering