What is 316 Stainless Steel
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What exactly is 316 Stainless Steel?
It is common to add alloys to steel to increase the desired properties. This stainless steel grade is marine also known as Type 316, is resistant to acidic environments.
There are a variety of different kinds from stainless steel with 316. Common types include L or F, as well as N and H variants. They are all slightly different and each serves a different purpose. L indicates that 316L steel has an amount of carbon that is lower than the 316.
312, 316, and 316L Stainless Steel Common Quality
Although they're not as similar to Type 304 commonly found in the food industry, the Type 316 and 316L both have superior resistance to corrosion and are more robust in high temperatures. Additionally, they aren't able to be made harder with heat treatments and can be easily stretched and shaped.
There is a difference in 316L and the 316 version of HTML. Stainless Steel
316L stainless steel is less carbon than 316. Even though it has a smaller carbon percentage, 316L is very similar to 316 in nearly every way. Cost is the same, and both are strong and resistant against corrosion, making the two a great choice for extremely stressful conditions.
For projects that require lots of welding, 316L can be a preferred choice because 316 more susceptible to welding corrosion than more 316L (corrosion on the inside of the welding). However, the 316 can be annealed and cooled to resist the attenuation of welding. Also, 316L is a suitable stainless steel for high temperatures, high corrosion applications, which is why it is extremely popular in construction and Marine projects.
None of 316 nor 316L is the most economical option. The 304 is comparable to 304L but the cost is less. This isn't as sturdy as the 317 and 317L with more molybdenum and have better in general resistance to corrosion.
Physical Properties of type-316 and 316L steels:
Density 0.799g/cubic centimeter
Electrical resistivity: 74 microhm-centimeters (20 degrees Celsius)
Specific Heat: 0.50 kiloJoules/kilogram-Kelvin (0-100 degrees Celsius)
Thermal conductivity: 16.2 Watts/meter-Kelvin (100 degrees Celsius)
Modulus of Elasticity (MPa) 193 x 103 in tension
Melting Range: 2,500-2,550 degrees Fahrenheit (1,371-1,399 degrees Celsius)
Stainless Steel 316L Powder Properties
Other Names Stainless Steel Powders, The SS316 powder and the SS316L powder
No. of CAS. 52013-36-2
Compound Formula SS316L
Molecular Weight N/A
Appearance grey black powder
Melting Point N/A
Boiling Point N/A
Solubility in H2O N/A
Exact Mass N/A
What exactly is 316L Stainless Steel used for?
It is often used in the petrochemical and chemical industries including food processing in pharmaceutical equipment, medical devices in drinking water, wastewater treatment, marine applications close to the coast, or in urban areas. For example:
Chemical containers Transport units, Heat exchangers and other industrial processing equipment used in the production of organic fatty acids and other organic compounds;
Vessels and shipbuilding pipes, pumps, valves fittings, and shipbuilding;
Pipelines of the oil and gas industry, valves, pumps heat exchangers;
Mining to make screen weaves;
Machined and pipe fittings to fit pipe.
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