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MATERIAL CATEGORY - Corrosion resisting alloy steel
Silicon, Si (％): ≤ 1.00
Manganese, Mn (％): ≤ 1.00
Phosphorus, P (％)≤: 0.040
Sulfur, S (％)≤: 0.030
Chromium, Cr (％): 16.0 ~ 18.0
Yield strength σs≥/MPa: 245
Elongation δ5≥(%): 30.0
The alloy is usually produced by AOD / EAF followed by electroslag refining (ESR) / VAR if necessary for special purpose.
Bars and, where applicable, forgings are subjected to ultrasonic examination based on the different levels according to the buyers' requirements.
Bars are usually supplied black/bright in the annealed condition.
Final heat treatment - solution treatment / QT
Heat treatment is only suitable for specific grades of stainless steel. When heat treating a stainless the hardening temperatures, including rate of heating, cooling and soaking times will vary due to several factors such as the shape and size of each component. Other considerations during the heat treatment process include the type of furnace, quenching medium and work piece transfer facilities. Please consult with the heat treatment provider for whole guidance on heat treatment of stainless steel grades. We are delighted to help to work with you the special heat treatment based on your special requirements.
Mechanical parts used in the condition of corrosion resistance
Bolts and nuts
Round bar / Wire rod (Diameter): 5.5mm to 450mm
Square bar / Flat bar: 10mm to 550mm
Length: Fixed length or random length or based on the customer's special requirement.
Forged piece: stepped shafts with flanks / discs /tubes /slugs /donuts /cubes /other different shapes based on OEM.
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