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On May 2, 2008, at 11:55 AM, Alfonso Quilala wrote:

We are working in subzero temp and instead of A320 bolts for exterior application, we are planning to use A325 instead. How much capacity reduction we are going to use for using A325 in such an environment?
Cold weather operation isn't a strength issue--it's a notch toughness issue. Stick with bolts intended for low temperature operation.

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