Biocompatible / Biomaterial Metal Sheet Datasheets
from Leading Edge Metals & Alloys, Inc.
Like niobium, tantalum is a heat-tolerant refractory metal with excellent corrosion resistance. Often alloyed with other metals, tantalum is used to make super alloys used in chemical processing, jet engines and nuclear reactors. Its oxidation properties also make it an excellent choice for many... [See More]
- Applications: Aerospace or Aircraft Quality; Biomaterial; Electronics or semiconductors; Nuclear
- Thickness: 1.00E-3 to 2
- Type: Refractory / Reactive; Tantalum; Alloy
- Width / OD: 12 to 24
from Ulbrich Stainless Steels & Special Metals, Inc.
Stainless Steel Grade 304 is the standard 18/8 (18% chrome, 8% nickel) austenitic stainless steel. It is a non-magnetic alloy in the annealed condition but becomes magnetic as it is cold worked. It is the most commonly used of all stainless grades. T304 can be easily welded and is the choice for... [See More]
- Applications: Automotive or Vehicular; Biomaterial; Oil & Gas Wells; Pressure Vessel (PVQ); Structural; Air Bag Sensors, Flexible Hoses, Hypodermic Needles, Oil Well Filter Screen, Surgical Instruments, Cryogenic Components, Hinges, Bellows, Clamps
- UNS Number: 30400
- Type: Stainless; Alloy
- Specifications: AMS; ASTM / ASME; UNS