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The difference between stainless steel 304, 304L, 316, 316L

What is the meaning of “steel” and “iron”, what are the characteristics, and what is the relationship between us, 304, 304L, 316, 316L, which we usually say, and what is the difference between them? Steel: A material containing iron as ...

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Comparison of performance between 316 stainless steel and 316L stainless steel

The chemical composition of 316 stainless steel in addition of molybdenum, so its corrosion resistance, has greatly improved high temperature strength, high temperature resistant degree is as high as 1200-1300, can be used in relatively harsh environment. In addition, the ...

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Selection of Stainless Steel for Building External Application By yaang.com

Selection of Stainless Steel for Building External Application By yaang.com

Stainless steel is selected for architectural applications, as with most other applications, for their corrosion resistance. This is usually the prime consideration. Environmental factors such as temperature and humidity need to be taken into account, but the location of the proposed site is the ...

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Stainless Steel for Pipework Buried in Soil By yaang.com

Stainless Steel for Pipework Buried in Soil By yaang.com

Soil corrosivity is often classified by its resistivity. 0 – 1500 ohm.cm very corrosive 1500 – 2500 ohm.cm corrosive 2500 – 5000 ohm.cm mildly corrosive 5000 – 10000 ohm.cm slightly corrosive > 10000 ohm.cm non-corrosive Experience suggests that there is ...

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High Temperature Stainless Steel Suitables In The Steam Environment By yaang

High Temperature Stainless Steel Suitables In The Steam Environment By yaang

These stainless steel have the good heat-resisting performance, is suitable in the steam environment or 55 0℃ and the above temperature. 310S Stainless Steel | 309S Stainless Steel | 304H Stainless Steel | 321H Stainless Steel | 347H Stainless Steel Standard: ASTM A213,EN ...

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Selection Stainless Steel for Sodium Hypochlorite NaOCl By yaang.com

Selection Stainless Steel for Sodium Hypochlorite NaOCl By yaang.com

Sodium hypochlorite only exists in solutions. The solution can be unstable, giving off chlorine gas. Sodium hypochlorite is not stable as a solid chemical. The hypochlorites, although alkaline, are oxidising. Commercially concentrated Sodium hypochlorite is around 15-wt %. Household bleach ...

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Selection of Stainless Steel for Handling Chlorine Cl2 and ClO2 By yaang.com

Selection of Stainless Steel for Handling Chlorine Cl2 and ClO2 By yaang.com

Chlorine is a powerful oxidising agent. It normally occurs as a gas but can be liquefied under pressure at ambient temperature. As a dry gas it does not tend to be aggressive towards stainless steel, but as either a damp gas or dissolved ...

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Undersea Stainless Steel Pipeline History and Uses By yaang.com

Undersea Stainless Steel Pipeline History and Uses By yaang.com

The first major undersea stainless steel pipeline was built during World War II. Nicknamed Operation PLUTO (Pipe Line Under The Ocean), this stainless steel pipeline stretched 70 miles across the English Channel, connecting the Isle of Wight with the coast of France. ...

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316L/316 Stainless Steel List By yaang.com

316L/316 Stainless Steel List By yaang.com

316 Stainless Steel is used for food and surgical stainless steel. Also known as marine grade stainless steel due to its increased resistance to chloride corrosion compared to type 304 stainless steel. 316L Stainless Steel is an extra low carbon grade of 316, ...

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316L Stainless Steel Differs From 316 Stainless Steel By yaang.com

316L Stainless Steel Differs From 316 Stainless Steel By yaang.com

Grade 316L Stainless Steel is very similar to 316 stainless steel. It is still considered a molybdemum-bearing grade and has properties that make it highly resistant to corrosive degradation. grade 316L stainless steel differs from 316 in that contain lower levels ...

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