What is the difference between 304 and 316?
Alloy 304 is perhaps the most widely used (austenitic) stainless steel, based upon 18% chromium andStainless Steels
What is stainless steel used for?
Stainless steel is used in a plethora of applications, where alternative metals would not be suitablStainless Steels
What is Nitronic®?
Nitronic is a trademark belonging to AK Steel Inc and covers a family of more highly alloyed austeniStainless Steels
What is Ferralium?
Ferralium is a trademark belonging to Langley Alloys Ltd and refers to the world’s first super dupStainless Steels
What is Fermonic®?
Fermonic is a trademark belonging to Langley Alloys Ltd. Fermonic 50 (XM19, 1.3964, Nitronic 50) isStainless Steels
What is austenitic stainless steel?
Austenitic grades have an Austenite crystallographic structure, which means the individual atoms areStainless Steels
What grades of stainless steel are non-magnetic?
Only austenitic stainless steels can be considered non-magnetic. This is an inherent property of theCorrosion
What forms of corrosion can occur on stainless steels?
A plain carbon steel, with negligible corrosion resistance, would suffer from uniform or general corSuper Duplex
What are the applications for super duplex stainless steels?
The term super duplex is typically applied to duplex stainless steels with a chromium content of 25%