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Best Pegs 316 stainless steel pegs

Did you know Best Pegs are independently tested to confirm they are indeed made of 316 stainless steel?

We pay for laboratory testing of a sample of our pegs to make sure that they are made of 316 stainless steel and not cheaper grades like 201 and 304 that are more susceptible to rust and corrosion.

This is done in an Australian laboratory using X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy to determine the elements present in the stainless steel. Nickel, Chromium and Molybdenum need to be present if the steel is 316 grade. Molybdenum is the essential element that makes 316 stainless steel.

Not all stainless steel pegs are equal!

Stainless steel pegs vary in price and when buying you must ask what the grade of stainless steel is because they look identical but if they are not 316 grade they will eventually rust.

do stainless steel pegs rust
201 grade will rust over time, especially in Australia’s coastal areas.

You can shop with confidence with Best Pegs, knowing that we are committed to providing customers with a quality product that will not need to be replaced.

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Best Pegs is committed to selling products that do good, instead of adding to the huge amount of consumer waste in our society. When you have Best Pegs you no longer need to replace your plastic and wooden pegs that break apart. It’s an easy switch you can make to help the environment and you’ll also save yourself the hassle and expense of buying new pegs every few months!

Join the hundreds of Australians who have made the switch to marine grade 316 stainless steel pegs and get yours today with free shipping Australia wide.

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Further, your purchase helps to support the work of AUSMAP, a citizen science initiative aiming to map the amount of microplastics present in Australian marine environments.

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