With five categories of stainless steels available – each differentiated by the alloying elements added to iron, carbon and chromium – we offer a complete range of solutions.
0.015 to 0.10% carbon, 16 to 21% chromium, 6 to 26% nickel, 0 to 7% molybdenum. The presence of nickel improves corrosion resistance in certain media and makes stainless steel more ductile. The presence of molybdenum further enhances the resistance to corrosion in an acid medium. The most common grades are 304/304L and 316/316L.
Boiler market, aeronautics, electronic components, railway equipment, tubes, chemical tanks and food vats, marine applications, containers, etc.
Heat resistant steel applications
Heating systems, resistor jackets, furnace equipment.