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316 stainless steel angle all have high temperature oxidation resistance

Time:2022-03-28 Source:Wuxi Jianuo Special Steel Co., Ltd.

316 stainless steel angle all have high temperature oxidation resistance

We want to have a good understanding of 316 stainless steel angle should start from its corrosion resistance, high temperature oxidation resistance, physical properties, etc., for a more systematic understanding, let’s look at it together.

Corrosion: 316 stainless steel angle has the ability to resist general corrosion similar to the unstable nickel-chromium alloy 304. Prolonged heating in the temperature range of the degree of chromium carbide may affect the alloy 321 and 347 in harsh corrosive media. Primarily used in high temperature applications, high temperature applications require materials with strong resistance to sensitization to prevent intergranular corrosion at lower temperatures.


High temperature oxidation resistance of 316 stainless steel angles: 316 stainless steel angles all have high temperature oxidation resistance, however, the oxidation rate can be affected by the exposure environment as well as inherent factors such as product form.

Physical properties of 316 stainless steel angles: The total heat transfer coefficient of a metal depends on other factors in addition to the thermal conductivity of the metal. In most cases, the film heat dissipation coefficient, the rust skin and the surface condition of the metal. Stainless steel can maintain a neat surface, so it has better heat transfer than other metals with higher thermal conductivity.

316 stainless steel angles are heated to 850 to 1250°C and then subjected to a heat treatment with a cooling rate of 1°C/s or more. This can become a high strength galvanized channel steel containing more than 12% volume fraction of martensite organization, more than 730 MPa of high strength, corrosion resistance and bending processability, and excellent toughness of the welded heat-affected zone. Then, using Mo and B content, the stamping performance of the welded part can be significantly improved.