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Types of Stainless Steel

200 Seriesaustenitic Chromium-Nickel-Manganese Alloys
200 Seriesaustenitic Chromium-Nickel-Manganese Alloys

200 Series—Austenitic Chromium-Nickel-Manganese Alloys 300 Series—Austenitic Chromium-Nickel Alloys. ... Stainless Steel. Stainless Steel Grades.

300 Seriesaustenitic Chromium-Nickel Alloys
300 Seriesaustenitic Chromium-Nickel Alloys

Type 304 is the most widely used alloy of all stainless steels. 300 Series Stainless steel alloys resist corrosion, maintain their strength at high temperatures and are easy to maintain. 300 series grades are inventoried in in stainless steel plate, sheet, bar, pipe, tube and structural products.

400 Seriesferritic and Martensitic Chromium Alloys
400 Seriesferritic and Martensitic Chromium Alloys

400 Series Martensitic – Alloys. The 400 series that CDM typically sells is 410. It is a straight chromium alloy, with carbon levels that can vary from 0.10 to 0.65%. This radically changes the behavior of the martensitic alloys relative to the ferritic 400 series alloy.

500 Series
500 Series

400/500 Series All Stainless Steel Pressure Gauges 400 Series Dry & 500 Series Liquid Corrosion-resistant fillable dry or liquid-filled gauge; Vacuum and ...

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Austenitic
Austenitic

Austenitic stainless steel is a specific type of stainless steel alloy. Stainless steels may be classified by their crystalline structure into four main types: austenitic, ferritic, martensitic and duplex.

Austenitic - These Steels are the Most Common
Austenitic - These Steels are the Most Common

Stainless steels are classified by their crystalline structure into three main types: Austenitic; Ferritic; Martensitic; Austenitic steels have austenite as their primary phase. These alloys contain chromium and nickel, and sometimes manganese and nitrogen.

Duplex
Duplex

The properties of duplex stainless steels are achieved with an overall lower alloy content than similar-performing super-austenitic grades, making their use cost-effective for many applications. Duplex grades are characterized into groups based on their alloy content and corrosion resistance.

Ferritic
Ferritic

Ferritic stainless steel alloys can generally be classified into five groups, three families of standard grades (Groups 1 to 3 below) and two families of specialty grade steels (Groups 4 and 5 below).

Martensitic
Martensitic

Martensitic stainless steel is a specific type of stainless steel alloy. Stainless steels may be classified by their crystalline structure into three main types: austenitic, ferritic and martensitic. Martensitic stainless steels can be high-or low-carbon steels built around the Type 410 composition of iron, 12% chromium, and up to 1.2% carbon.

Precipitation Hardening
Precipitation Hardening

Precipitation hardening, also called age hardening or particle hardening, is a heat treatment technique used to increase the yield strength of malleable materials, including most structural alloys of aluminium, magnesium, nickel, titanium, and some steels and stainless steels.

Selecting Stainless Steel
Selecting Stainless Steel

a designers' handbook series no 9014 design guidelines for the selection and use of stainless steel nidl distributed by nickel development institute courtesy of american iron and steel institute

Type 102Austenitic General Purpose Stainless Steel
Type 102Austenitic General Purpose Stainless Steel

Type 316L—is an extra low carbon grade of 316, generally used in stainless steel watches and marine applications, as well exclusively in the fabrication of reactor pressure vessels for boiling water reactors, due to its high resistance to corrosion.

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