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Properties and Applications Of Stainless Steel

Properties and Applications Of Stainless Steel

304 It is the most common type of stainless steel. It provides high oxidation resistance up to 450°C.
304L It is the low carbon version of AISI 304.
316 Thanks to the molybdenum that it contains it has a very high resistance. It provides high oxidation resistance up to 650°C.
316L It is the low carbon version of AISI 316. However, it provides high oxidation resistance up to 450 ° C.
316TI It does not have corrosion sensitivity thanks to the titanium that it contains. It can be used continuously at high temperatures up to 650°C.
309/309S Its oxidation resistance is high at temperatures up to 1050°C. It is resistant to sulfurous and nitrous gases. Tensile strength and creep properties are good.
310/310S Although it is similar to AISI 304, it is a high-temperature material. It can be used up to 1200°C. It has high weldability and corrosion resistance.
321 It does not have corrosion sensitivity thanks to the titanium that it contains. It can be used continuously at high temperatures up to 1000°C. It is quite weldable for methods other than gas melting.
430 It is the basic ferritic stainless steel quality. Its orrosion resistance is sufficient.
430TI It does not have corrosion sensitivity thanks to the titanium that it contains. Its high-temperature resistance is good. Its welding ability is midlevel.