Precision Stainless Steel Stamping
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Stainless steel is the abbreviation of stainless and acid-resistant steel. Steels that are resistant to weak corrosive media such as air, steam, and water or have rust resistance are called stainless steels. Stainless steel has typical characteristics: corrosion resistance, heat resistance.
Stainless steel stamping parts are used in various industries, such as the automotive industry, HVAC and plumbing industry, shipbuilding industry, food processing equipment, furniture industry, electrical industry, construction industry, etc.
Stamping Stainless Steel Grades
201 & 202, Substituting manganese for nickel has poor corrosion resistance and is widely used as a cheap substitute for the 300 series.
301, Good ductility, used for molded products.
302, The corrosion resistance is the same as that of 304, and the strength is better due to the relatively high carbon content.
303, By adding a small amount of sulfur and phosphorus, it is easier to cut than 304.
304, Commonly used materials. It is a non-magnetic stainless steel that cannot be changed by heat treatment to change its metallographic structure.
304L, Same characteristics as 304, but with low carbon, it is more resistant to corrosion and easy to heat treatment, but has poor mechanical properties. Suitable for welding and products that are not easy to heat treatment.
304N, The same characteristics as 304, it is a nitrogen-containing stainless steel, and nitrogen is added to increase the strength of the steel.
309, Compared with 304, it has better temperature resistance, with a temperature resistance of up to 980°C.
310, Excellent high temperature oxidation resistance, the highest operating temperature is 1200℃.
316, The addition of molybdenum element makes it obtain a special corrosion-resistant structure, which is mostly used in oceans and ships.
316L, Low-carbon, it is more resistant to corrosion and easy to heat treatment. Products such as: chemical processing equipment, nuclear power generators, and refrigerant storage.
321, Except that the addition of titanium reduces the risk of corrosion of the material welds, other properties are similar to 304.
347, Add stabilizing element niobium, suitable for welding aviation appliance parts and chemical equipment.
408, Good heat resistance, weak corrosion resistance, 11% Cr, 8% Ni.
409, Usually used as a car exhaust pipe.
410, Martensite (high-strength chromium steel), good wear resistance, poor corrosion resistance.
416, The addition of sulfur improves the processing properties of the material.
420, “Cutting grade” martensitic steel, used for surgical knives.
440, Belongs to the hardest stainless steel, used for razors.