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80850297 Global Industrial Ohaus Corporation Not Provided Ohaus Calibration Weight, Astm Class 4, Nvlap Certificate, Stainless Steel / Aluminum, 50g
80850286 Global Industrial Ohaus Corporation Not Provided Ohaus Calibration Weight, Astm Class 4, Nvlap Certificate, Stainless Steel / Aluminum, 10g
80781116 Global Industrial Ohaus Corporation Not Provided Ohaus Calibration Weight, Astm Class 1, Nvlap Certificate, Stainless Steel, 50mg

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  • An Introduction to ASTM B898, The Reactive and Refractory Metal Clad Specification (.pdf)
    specification was a blend of the. requirements of IEMA Guide note 100 and the four existing ASTM specifications for clad plates. (A263 and A264 for stainless steel clad, A265 for nickel alloy clad, and B432 for copper alloy clad. Reference 1,2,3,4). The B10 Clad Metal Task force was comprised of members
  • Role of Surface Composition on the Corrosion Resistance of Electropolished 316L Stainless Steel (.pdf)
    of base chemistry. Role of Surface Composition on the Corrosion Resistance of Electropolished 316L Stainless Steel Role of Surface Composition on the Corrosion. Resistance of Electropolished 316L Stainless Steel. ). 0.02. y = 0.005x + 0.0012. Brian DeForce, Sunniva Collins, and Pete Williams. R2
  • Medical Device Link .
    of medical-grade stainless-steel materials. The following article was prepared on the premise that information addressing the basic behavior of stainless steels would greatly benefit both OEMs and process subcontractors in understanding these important topics. Devices such as stainless-steel surgical drill
  • Preventing Pitting and Crevice Corrosion in Tubing (.pdf)
    steel and alloy 2507. superduplex tubing installed side by side, with the 316 tubing. Fig. 3. Bar chart shows critical pitting temperature and critical. showing extensive corrosion and the superduplex tubing. crevice corrosion temperatures of austenitic and duplex. showing none. stainless steels
  • Thermomechanical Working of AL-6XN© Alloy for High Strength Corrosion Resistant Applications (.pdf)
    alloy is a superaustenitic stainless steel developed by Allegheny Ludlum, an Allegheny. Technologies Company. It exhibits far greater resistance to chloride pitting, crevice corrosion and. stress corrosion cracking than the standard 300 series stainless steels, and is less costly than
  • Medical Device Link .
    For the last several decades, orthopedic medical implants have been manufactured mainly from austenitic stainless steels, titanium and titanium alloys, and cobalt-based alloys. Alloy selection for a specific application has depended upon a variety of design criteria, including biocompatibility
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    Coating on small-part mandrels won 't flake Forming mandrels for manufacturing small-diameter parts feature a uniform fluoropolymer coating that is pinhole free and will not flake. APC PTFE Natural fluoropolymer forming mandrels made from stainless-steel or nitinol wire are available from Applied
  • Connection and Joining Technologies for Sandvik SAF 2507 (R) (.pdf)
    PRE values, see Sandvik document S-51-51-ENG. One of the most severe pitting and crevice corrosion tests applied to stainless steel is. ASTM G48 (i.e. exposure to 6 % FeCl3 without and with crevices, methods C and D. respectively). When pits are detected following a 24-hour exposure, the test
  • Developing an Effective Passivation Process to Maintain
    . is commonly performed according to ASTM A967-05, one of several specifications for chemical passivation treatments for. stainless steel. ASTM A967-05 recognizes many formulations of both nitric and citric acid. While nitric acid is traditionally. the most common formulation, citric acid has gained favor
  • Medical Device Link .
    . Tests on injection-molded stainless steels confirm their ability to meet ASTM F1089-87 criteria without additional polishing or passivation treatments.11 In addition to providing corrosion properties comparable to those of wrought materials, metal-injection-molded components can significantly