Collection: Non-Magnetic Screws, Nuts, Bolts, Washers, and Fasteners

What Are Non-Magnetic Fasteners?

Non-magnetic polymer screws, nuts, bolts, and flat washers are fasteners that are made from polymers that have a low magnetic susceptibility. They are used in a variety of applications where magnetic fields are a concern, such as in the medical, military, and aerospace industries, or in environments where magnetic materials are not desired.

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Non-Magnetic Fastener Materials

There are a variety of non-magnetic polymers that can be used to make screws, nuts, bolts, washers, and fasteners due to their low magnetic susceptibility, which makes them suitable for use in applications where magnetic fields are a concern.

All fasteners provided by HPP are non-magnetic complaint, however below outlines our key non-magnetic polymer fastener materials:

Polyetheretherketone (PEEK): PEEK is a type of polymer that is made from monomers called ketones. It is a non-magnetic material that is known for its excellent mechanical and thermal properties, as well as its chemical resistance and good electrical insulation properties.

Polyphenylene sulfide (PPS): PPS is a type of polymer that is made from monomers called phenylenes and sulfides. It is a non-magnetic material that is known for its excellent thermal stability and high temperature resistance, as well as its good chemical resistance and electrical insulation properties.

Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE): PTFE is a type of polymer that is made from monomers called tetrafluoroethylenes. It is a non-magnetic material that is known for its excellent chemical resistance, low coefficient of friction, and high temperature resistance.

Polyvinyl chloride (PVC): PVC is a type of polymer that is made from monomers called vinyl chlorides. It is a non-magnetic material that is known for its good chemical resistance, low cost, and versatility.

Polycarbonate: Polycarbonate is a type of polymer that is made from monomers called carbonates. It is a non-magnetic material that is known for its excellent mechanical properties, high temperature resistance, and good electrical insulation properties.

Non-Magnetic Fastener Applications

Non-magnetic polymer screws, nuts, bolts, washers, and fasteners may be used in a variety of applications where magnetic fields are a concern, such as in the construction of medical equipment or in the assembly of electronic components. They may also be used in the manufacture of non-magnetic materials or in the installation of electrical systems.

In addition to their use in the medical, military, and aerospace industries, non-magnetic polymer fasteners may also be used in other applications where magnetic fields are a concern, such as in the construction of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machines or in the operation of military equipment. They may also be used in environments where magnetic materials are not desired, such as in the assembly of scientific instruments or in the transportation of sensitive materials.

Other Benefits Of Polymer Non-Magnetic Fasteners

Other beneficial properties of non-magnetic fasteners include; corrosion resistance and good mechanical properties. They can help to improve the safety and reliability of medical and electronic systems, and they can help to prevent interference from magnetic fields.