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Supplier: Allegheny Ludlum Corp.
Description: No Description Provided
- Types: Alloy
- Clad / Bimetal: Yes
- Standards / Specifications: AISI, ASTM / ASME
- Shape / Form: Semi-finished Shape / Mill Stock, Strip
Standards and Technical Documents - PROTECTION OF AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEELS AND OTHER AUSTENITIC ALLOYS FROM POLYTHIONIC ACID STRESS CORROSION CRACKING DURING A SHUTDOWN OF REFINERY EQUIPMENT -- NACE SP0170Supplier: NACE International
Description: This standard practice provides mitigation methods to protect austenitic stainless steels and other austenitic alloys from PTA SCC that can occur during a shutdown of refinery equipment. For the purposes of this standard, a shutdown includes the actual downtime period and the contiguous periods
Standards and Technical Documents - STANDARD PROCEDURES FOR CALIBRATING MAGNETIC INSTRUMENTS TO MEASURE THE DELTA FERRITE CONTENT OF AUSTENITIC AND DUPLEX FERRITIC-AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEEL WELD METAL -- AWS A4.2MSupplier: American Welding Society (AWS)
Description: This standard specifies the method and apparatus for — the measurement of the delta ferrite content, expressed as Ferrite Number (FN), in largely austenitic and duplex ferritic-austenitic stainless steel1) weld metal through the attractive force between a weld metal sample and a standard
Nondestructive Testing (NDT) Equipment - Ferrite Content in Austenitic and Duplex Steel -- FERITSCOPE® FMP30Supplier: Fischer Technology, Inc.
Description: of application Measurement of the ferrite content in: Duplex steel Austenitic steel welds (tubes, sheets) Normal steel with austenitic chrome alloy steel welded cladding (boilers, vessels)
- Instrument Type: Material Condition
- Form Factor: Portable / Hand Held / Mobile
- Technology: Magnetic
Supplier: American Welding Society (AWS)
Description: Scope and Application This Handbook gives recommendations for the ultrasonic examination of austenitic welds by manual scanning techniques which use the pulse-echo method and A-Scan presentation. The same recommendations can be extended to mechanical scanning techniques if special procedures
Standards and Technical Documents - ANSI B36.37 Standard Document -- SEAMLESS & WELDED AUSTENITIC SST TUB
Description: Description / Abstract There is no abstract information for this document.
Standards and Technical Documents - Strain-life data for type 316 austenitic stainless steels at temperatures between -269 and 816 degrees C (-452 and 1501 degrees F). -- 05007Supplier: IHS ESDU
Description: ESDU 05007 presents strain-life data for type 316 austenitic stainless steels, including the low carbon and high nitrogen variants. The results of more than 300 tests performed at temperatures between -269 and 816°C (-452 and 1501°F) and at strain rates between 0.01 x 10-3 and 6.7 x 10-3
Standards and Technical Documents - NUT, SELF-LOCKING, HEXAGON, THIN, UNC-3B, NON METALLIC INSERT, AUSTENITIC CORROSION RESISTANT STEEL, NONMAGNETIC, 250 DEGREES F -- NASM16228
Description: There is no abstract information for this document.
Supplier: ASTM International
Description: Warm Precracking at 295 K and Its Effects on the 4-K Toughness of Austenitic Steels Volume 19, Issue 4 (July 1991) Experiments show that some austenitic steels at extreme cryogenic temperatures are toughened by warm prestress. We demonstrate this for Fe-17Cr-3Ni-13Mn-0.33N steel specimens that were
Standards and Technical Documents - API SPEC 5CRA -- SPECIFICATION FOR CORROSION RESISTANT ALLOY SEAMLESS TUBES FOR USE AS CASING, TUBING AND COUPLING STOCK *** ISO ADOPTION FROM ISO 13680:2010 ***Supplier: American Petroleum Institute (API)
Description: /ferritic structure; b) group 2, which is comprised of stainless alloys with a ferritic-austenitic structure, such as duplex and superduplex stainless alloy; c) group 3, which is comprised of stainless alloys with an austenitic structure (iron base); d) group 4, which is comprised of nickel-based
Supplier: TFC Ltd.
Description: steel washers made of EN 1.4404 are not suitable. Dimensions: millimetres Material: EN 1.4547 or equivalent, surface hardened Finish: Self finish 254 SMOÆ is a high performance austenitic stainless steel (according to EN 1.4547) with greater mechanical strength and resistance against
- Type: Other
- Metallic: Steel, Hardened Steel
- Finish: Other
Standards and Technical Documents - BPVC Section III-Rules for Construction of Nuclear Facility Components-Division 5-High Temperature Reactors -- BPVC-III-5 - 2010Supplier: ASME
Description: for components experiencing temperatures that are equal, to or higher than, 700oF (370oC) for ferritic materials or 800oF (425oC) for austenitic stainless steels or high nickel alloys. Importantly, Division 5 also contains the new rules pertaining to graphite core components. These new rules include general
Supplier: ESAB Welding and Cutting Products
Description: Features A continous solid corrosion resisting chromium-nickel-manganese wire for welding of austenitic stainless alloys of 18% Cr, 8% Ni, 7% Mn types. OK Autrod 16.95 has a general corrosion resistance similar to that of the corresponding parent metal. The higher silicon content improves
- Welding Process / Form: MIG Wire (GMAW), Solid Wire
- Alloy Type: Steel - Stainless
- Tensile Strength (UTS): 92824 psi
- Yield Strength: 65267 psi
Standards and Technical Documents - SP-51-2012 -- Steel Flanges and Flage Fittings Standard Document
Description: Class 150LW Corrosion Resistant Cast Flanges and Flanged Fittings This Standard Practice establishes a series of cast austenitic stainless steel flanged fittings and austenitic stainless steel flanges of reduced weight with mating dimensions for assembly with ASME B16.5, Class 150 flanges
Supplier: Triton Systems
Description: Typically used to stabilize old or bowed walls, Triton’s Lateral Restraints are manufactured from 8mm diameter 304 austenitic Stainless Steel rods. They are available in a standard 1m length but can be supplied in other lengths on request. They are designed to restrain the whole of the brick
Standards and Technical Documents - AWWA C226-13 Stainless-Steel Fittings for Waterworks Service, Sizes 1/2 In. Through 72 In. (13 mm Through 1,800 mm) -- 43226-2013Supplier: American Water Works Association (AWWA)
Description: This standard pertains to the various classes and types of stainless-steel fittings that are intended for use in facilities of water distribution systems. The standard covers three classes of materials: wrought austenitic stainless-steel fittings; cast austenitic stainless-steel fittings
Accelerometers - Model MA311 general purpose accelerometer, ±10 G, side cable exit, square base, useable frequency range: dc to 500 Hz; sensitivity: 100 mV/G, power supply 12 Vdc to 24 Vdc -- 060-H959-01Supplier: Honeywell Sensing and Control
Description: The MA311/312 Series accelerometers are available in a variety of configurations and can be stud or bolt mounted to meet specific application requirements. Welded austenitic stainless steel construction ensures dependable performance in harsh industrial environments. Designed with low impedance
- Frequency Range: 500 Hz
Accelerometers - Model MA321, low frequency current accelerometer, square base with side cable exit, 16 ft stainless steel overbraid PTFE cable, useable frequency range: dc to 250 Hz, sensitivity 4 to 20 mA range -- 060-J132-02Supplier: Honeywell Test & Measurement
Description: The MA321/322 Series accelerometers are available in a variety of configurations and can be stud or bolt mounted to meet specific application requirements. Welded austenitic stainless steel construction ensures dependable performance in harsh industrial environments. Designed with low impedance
- Acceleration: 2 g
- Frequency Range: 250 Hz
Supplier: Applied Industrial Technologies
Description: 820 Series Straight Running, One PieceTabletop Chain; 1.5" Pitch; madeof LF Acetal w/Austenitic Stainless Steel pins; 3.25 wide
- Chain Type: Other / Specialty Chain
- Strand Configuration: Single
- Chain Width: 3.25 inch
- Chain Pitch: 1.5 inch
Supplier: Harwood Engineering Company
Description: , may be used Ports Female high pressure 4L ports (9/16"-18 threads) Other porting can be provided Weights Austenitic stainless steel Insensitive to earth's magnetic field Noncorroding Machined to ± 0.01%
- Calibrator Style: Portable
- Physical Properties: Force / Load
- Display Type: Analog Meter or Indicator
- Local Interface: Analog Front Panel
Thickness Gages - Premium Benchtop Unit for Universal Coating Thickness Measurement and Material Testing -- FISCHERSCOPE® MMS® PC2Supplier: Fischer Technology, Inc.
Description: resistance coatings on brake discs (PERMASCOPE®) in automotive industry Ferruginous coatings on the piston surfaces (NICKELSCOPE®) in Automotive industry Ferrite content in austenitic or duplex steel (PERMASCOPE®). Electrical conductivity of non-magnetic metals like copper, aluminum
- Gaging Technology: Eddy Current / Electromagnetic, Electronic
- Mounting / Loading: Benchtop / Floor
- Graduation / Resolution: 0.0 to 0.0787 inch
- Coating Thickness: Yes
Supplier: Norlok Technology, Inc.
Description: ; fastens stainless austenitic steel • fastens materials with foils or adhesive intermediate layers • for narrow flanges and clinching close to walls
- Press Type: Clinching Machine
- Operation: Side Punching / Notching
- Press Technology - Drive / Actuation: Air / Pneumatic
- Automation / Control: Manual (Footswitch / Pendant / Pushbutton)
Supplier: Linde North America, Inc.
Description: austenitic stainless steels and some nickel alloys. Hydrogen can also be used with argon in a range of gas mixtures for plasma-cutting (stainless steel and aluminium mainly). In addition, it can be combined with oxygen for underwater flame-cutting. Deeper cutting applications require higher fuel
- Hydrogen, Hydrides and Hydrogen Compounds: Hydrogen
- Product Forms: Gas
Standards and Technical Documents - Chloride Pitting Corrosion Resistance Of Surface Treated Stainless Steels - ANALYSIS 2009
Description: Austenitic Type 316 stainless steel is the most common material of choice for process analyzer sample handling systems. While stainless steel is suitable for many applications, chloride laden sample streams present a challenge that usually leads system designers to alternate, and more costly
Standards and Technical Documents - Magnetic materials - Part 15: Methods for the determination of the relative magnetic permeability of feebly magnetic materials -- IEC 60404-15:2012
Description: IEC 60404-15:2012 specifies a solenoid method, a magnetic moment method, a magnetic balance method and a permeability meter method for the determination of the relative magnetic permeability of feebly magnetic materials (including austenitic stainless steel). The magnetic balance and permeability
Supplier: American Water Works Association (AWWA)
Description: The experiences of the Alameda County Water District in Fremont, California, and their actions and conclusions after several water pumps failed due to corrosion are described. Pumps of various materials were tested including bronze and austenitic ductile iron. The ductile iron proved to be more
Supplier: Stanley Engineered Fastening - Spiralock
Description: Spiralock wire thread inserts are made of 300 series austenitic stainless steel and are supplied unplated, unless specified otherwise. Cadmium plating (per QQ-P-416, Type II) can be requested by adding a 301 suffix to the basic EDP number (example: 96070-301).
- Installation Method: Threaded Hole
- Inch: # 8
- Insert Length: 0.2400 inch
- Metallic: Stainless Steel
Supplier: Hoffer Flow Controls, Inc.
Description: to 1250 GPM standard and 50 to 1500 GPM over an extended range. Made from high strength A-286 austenitic stainless steel, the meter body is rated to a full 15,000 PSIG for conventional service and 10,000 PSIG for sour service. The new size is an extension to the very successful Hoffer Wing Nut Meter
- Type: Turbine Meter
- Process Media Type: Gas, Liquid
- Aggressive / Corrosive Process Media: Yes
- Pipe Diameter: 4 inch
Description: Polyken 226 NUCLEAR GRADE DUCT TAPE - HIGH PERFORMANCE Nuclear grade cloth duct tape. Applications Multiple uses in power plants and ships. For use with nickel-based alloys and austenitic stainless steels. Holding dosimeters, sealing insulation, color coding, wrapping pipe ends, sealing duct
- Type: Single-Sided Adhesive
- Thickness: 305 µm
- Carrier / Backing Material: Cloth - Woven Fabric
- Adhesive: Rubber
Description: The Fig 16 and Fig 16L are austenitic stainless steel screwed Y-type strainers. The Fig 16 is 316 and the Fig 16L is 316L. The standard stainless steel screen is 0.8 mm perforations. As options, other perforations and mesh sizes are available as well as monel screens. The strainer cap can
- Assembly / Element: Strainer Assembly
- Applications: General Purpose
- Strainer Type: Y-strainers
- Media: Liquid, Gas, Steam
Description: The DCV41 is an austenitic stainless steel disc check valve available with either screwed or socket weld end connections. Its function is to prevent reverse flow on a wide variety of fluids for applications in process lines, hot water systems, steam and condensate systems.
- Valve Size: 0.5000 to 1 inch
- Pressure Rating: 719 psi
- Number of Ports/Ways: 2
- Valve Type: Check Valves
Description: The FTS14 is an austenitic stainless steel ball float steam trap with an integral automatic air vent. It provides efficient condensate drainage and prompt air removal to ensure process equipment operates to its maximum potential. As standard the FTS14 has horizontal connections with flow from
- Maximum Operating Pressure: 363 psi
- Operating Temperature: 572 F
- Mechanical Steam Traps: F&T Trap
- Connection Style: Socket Weld / Tube, Flanged, Threaded
Supplier: Lincoln Electric Co. (The)
Description: Top FeaturesProvides an austenitic manganese deposit which exhibits very good crack resistanceWork-hardens for overlay or joining austenitic manganese steel to itself or to carbon steelCan be used as a build-up layer before capping with abrasion resistant alloysCan be used in open arc mode
- Welding Process / Form: Flux Cored Wire, Other
- Diameter / Thickness: 0.0781 to 0.1094 inch
- Alloy Type: Hardfacing / Repair Alloy
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Stanley Engineered Fastening - Spiralock
Spiralock wire thread inserts are made of 300 series austenitic stainless steel and are supplied unplated, unless specified otherwise. Cadmium plating (per QQ-P-416, Type II) can be requested by adding a 301 suffix to the basic EDP number (example: 96070-301). Silver plating is available for made to order inserts. (read more)
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Chemdet offers a variety of pre-blended, ready-to-use, nitric acid based passivating solutions used to passivate austenitic stainless steels. Custom blended solutions and passivation testers are also available. Chemdet supplies equipment and devices to clean the interiors of open or closed large or small containers, tanks and vessels. Portable and Clean-in-Place Tank Washers, drum and barrel washers. Industrial spray nozzles and accessories. Cleaning and passivating systems for applying liquid... (read more)
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Thermatool Alpha® Shears
for thin wall tubing up to 1000FPM. • Alpha ® Large Diameter Hydroform Tube cut off for OD's up to 6-5/8". Tube materials which can be cut include mild steel, high tensile carbon steels, boron steel, austenitic and ferritic stainless steel, aluminum, brass and copper. (read more)
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Spiralock Stainless Steel Nuts
locking devices, minimize galling since it is free spinning until clamp load is applied, and substantially reduce the potential for fatigue failure compared to standard threads. Any industry concerned about corrosion such as food service, medical, pharmaceutical, marine, transportation, aerospace, and industrial processing will benefit from the corrosion protection delivered by the nuts ’ Grade 316 austenitic stainless steel composition, which can be used instead of lower grades... (read more)
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non-destructive testing of the joint. low machine weight. ideal for large workpieces. ideal for joining more than two layers. fastens pre-painted or galvanized material. fastens stainless austenitic steel. fastens materials with foils or adhesive intermediate layers. for narrow flanges and clinching close to walls. . Please click on the links to the left for more information or request a quote today!... (read more)
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ASME BPVC-III-5 Code on High Temperature Reactors
The all-new Division 5 of Section III of the BPVC provides construction rules for high-temperature reactors, including both high-temperature, gas-cooled reactors (HTGRs) and liquid-metal reactors (LMRs). These rules are for components exceeding the temperature in Division 1 and are meant for components experiencing temperatures that are equal, to or higher than, 700oF (370oC) for ferritic materials or 800oF (425oC) for austenitic stainless steels or high nickel alloys. Importantly, Division 5... (read more)
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Hoffer Flow Controls, Inc.
First Full Capacity 4 " WECO Flow Meter
Hoffer Flow Controls is now accepting inquiries for the first 4" WECO 1502 turbine flow meter with the full capacity of a conventional 4" flow meter. Previous 4" WECO 1502 turbine meter designs have been limited in flow range of no more than a few hundred GPM. The Hoffer design has a flow capacity of 75 to 1250 GPM standard and 50 to 1500 GPM over an extended range. . Made from high strength A-286 austenitic stainless steel, the meter body is rated... (read more)
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precision Ball FAQ
here's how balls and rollers compare on that basis: Q: What are the main differences between 300 and 400 series stainless steel balls?. A: 300 series "austenitic" stainless steel balls contain chromium and nickel and are non-magnetic. They have better corrosion resistance than 400 series, (in fact, the highest corrosion resistance of the stainless group). They are less brittle, and can be hardened by cold working. A 400 series stainless steel ball is "straight chromium." It contains more... (read more)
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Magnetic Particle Inspection
The magnetic particle examination method is used to detect cracks, laps, seams, inclusions, and other discontinuities on or near the surface of ferromagnetic materials. Magnetic particle examination may be applied to raw material, billets, finished and semi-finished materials, welds, and in-service parts. Magnetic particle examination is not applicable to non-ferromagnetic metals and alloys such as austenitic stainless steels. Capabilities. Type of Process. Magnetic Particle Inspection... (read more)
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Vessels . BSI's Specification for Unfired Fusion Welded Pressure Vessels specifies requirements for the design, manufacture, inspection, testing and verification of compliance for unfired fusion welded pressure vessels manufactured from carbon, ferritic alloy and austenitic steels, aluminum, copper and nickel used in a wide range of process and energy industry applications. Buy Your BS PD 5500 Today! . Also available from IHS: BS EN 13445 Series: Unfired Pressure Vessels .  ... (read more)
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Carbon Paraequilibrium in Austenitic Stainless Steel
Carburization of austenitic stainless steels under paraequilibriumconditions-i.e., at (low) temperatures where there is essentially no substitutional diffusion-leads to a family of steels with remarkable properties: enhanced hardness, resulting in improved wear behavior, enhanced fatigue
Colossal Carbon Supersaturation in Austenitic Stainless Steels Carburized at Low Temperature (.pdf)
A novel, low-temperature (470°C) gas-phase carburization treatment, developed by the Swagelok Company, increases the surface hardness of 316 austenitic stainless steels from 200 to 1000 HV25 and improves the corrosion resistance
Tensile Residual Stress Fields Produced In Austenitic Alloy Weldments (.pdf)
Residual stresses developed by prior machining and. welding may either accelerate or retard stress corrosion. cracking (SCC), in austenitic alloys, depending upon. their magnitude and sign. A combined x-ray diffraction. (XRD) and mechanical technique was used to. determine the axial and hoop
Custon 450 & Custom Alloy
When austenitics aren't strong enough and martensitics do not provide enough corrosion resistance, there is custom 450 steel. This powerful stainless steel splits the difference between the two, providing uncommon strength and corrosion resistance in a single package. No wonder it finds uses across
Surface Chemistry Improvements on 316L Stainless Steel Weld
Passivation of austenitic stainless steel surfaces has been practiced on high purity water systems for many years, and is. generally defined as the removal of iron and iron compounds from the surface to improve the passive film and increase. corrosion resistance. The surface chemistry, structure
that are austenitic and are strengthened by a sequence of hot and cold working (usually, forging at 2,000 to 2,100 F followed by finishing at 1,200 to 1,600 F), and austenitic alloys strengthened by precipitation hardening. Some metallurgists consider the last group only as superalloys, the others
One of the features that characterize stainless steels is a minimum 10.5% chromium content as the principal alloying element. Four major categories of wrought stainless steel, based on metallurgical structure, are austenitic, ferritic, martensitic, and precipitation hardening. Cast stainless-steel
Unique Qualities of Stainless Steel PH15-7MO
as compared to the Austenitic (300 series) or Martensitic (400 series) grades of stainless steel. Austenitic grades cannot be heat treated after fabrication, and the Martensitic grades, although heat treatable, do not make terrific retaining rings. From a purely visual perspective, it is not proper
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-.TC^L Austenitic Stainless Steel ^ AISI 202 mi,„ .