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What is XM19?

XM19 is an alternative description for a more highly alloyed austenitic stainless steel most commonly known as Nitronic 50.

What is 1.4507?

1.4507 is the Werkstoff number for a super duplex stainless steel most commonly known as Ferralium 255.

What is 2.1504?

2.1504 is the Werkstoff number for a copper nickel alloy most commonly known as Hiduron 130.

What is 2.4375?

2.4375 is the Werkstoff number for a nickel-based alloy most commonly known as Monel K-500.

What is 2.4668?

2.4668 is the Werkstoff number for a nickel-based alloy most commonly known as Inconel 718.

What is 2.4856?

2.4856 is the Werkstoff number for a nickel-based alloy most commonly known as Inconel 625.

What is a super austenitic stainless steel?

A super austenitic stainless steel is considered to be one with a Pitting Resistance Equivalent Number (PREN) greater than 40.

What is stress corrosion cracking?

Stress corrosion cracking is a form of failure resulting from the combination of corrosive conditions and tensile stresses within an item.

Is copper magnetic?

Copper and alloys primarily based upon copper are considered non-magnetic.

How to clean copper

The unique patina of copper and its alloys will develop over time and protects the surface from further corrosion.

Why is austenitic stainless steel not heat treatable?

It is possible to expose austenitic stainless steels to different heat treatments, but there is no increase in strength.

What makes austenitic stainless steel non-magnetic?

The internal microstructure of austenitic stainless steels is not influenced by an external magnet, and is non-magnetic.

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