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Milo:

Need more information. What is building code applies to your project? Also, what do the specifications for the project say? We prepare and review a lot of fabrication drawings for steel fabricators./ eric

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Topics covered in this issue include:

   1: Re: Stainless Steel Threaded Rods
             by Jim Getaz <jgetaz(--nospam--at)shockeyprecast.com>
   2: Re: Stainless Steel Threaded Rods
             by David Topete <d.topete73(--nospam--at)gmail.com>
   3: PE Stamped Shop Drawings
             by "milo zabala" <milozabala(--nospam--at)yahoo.com>



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Subject: Re: Stainless Steel Threaded Rods

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        Larry and David,
                I hope you or your owner do not have to pay for 316 if you =
do not need to. Type 304 is adequate for most purposes and is cheaper. Howe=
ver, the 2% molybdenum in 316 is essential for highly corrosive environment=
s, such as pulp and paper, and some food processing wash-down chemicals. An=
d 316L may be required for those.
        HTH,
        Jim Getaz


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Subject: Re: Stainless Steel Threaded Rods
From: David Topete <d.topete73(--nospam--at)gmail.com>
To: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org

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I was just quoting from the ICC ESR for the Hilti epoxy system.  If that's
is what is needed for their product, so be it...

On Tue, Jul 13, 2010 at 4:07 AM, Jim Getaz <jgetaz(--nospam--at)shockeyprecast.com>wrote:

         Larry and David,
                I hope you or your owner do not have to pay for 316 if you
do not need to. Type 304 is adequate for most purposes and is cheaper.
However, the 2% molybdenum in 316 is essential for highly corrosive
environments, such as pulp and paper, and some food processing wash-down
chemicals. And 316L may be required for those.
        HTH,
        Jim Getaz







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