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  • Stainless Steel Characteristics
    to find appropriate handles for a cart that is going to need to serve both in high temperature and low temperature environments, like in a bakery operation. For that you would want to use American Standard Series 304 stainless steel (European Standard 1.4301), because it can stand cold as well
  • Weldable Components
    MDC Del-Weld™ Tube Fittings are convenient 'building-block” components offering great flexibility in the design and construction of vacuum systems. All fittings are fabricated from type 304 stainless steel tubing.
  • Variable Leak Valves: Fine Leak
    All-metal MLV series leak valves are specifically designed to control gas admission into ultrahigh vacuum systems. They are manually actuated and ideally suited for handling hot or corrosive gases commonly used in demanding research environments. The valve body is constructed of type 304 stainless
  • Quartz Viewport Transmission Curve
    All MDC quartz viewports are constructed from UV grade fused silica. Sleeve and flange materials are manufactured from high purity 304 stainless steel and vacuum tube grade braze alloys are designed and rated for high and ultrahigh vacuum applications. Fused silica is a polycrystalline, isotropic
  • Optical Comparators in Medical Device Manufacturing
    New England Precision Grinding (NEPG) of Holliston, MA produces micro-ground wire from 304 stainless steel and super-elastic nitinol to meet the precise demands of medical devices. Established in 1987, NEPG has developed a proprietary centerless grinding process for ever-smaller devices to meet
  • Bulk Bag & Drum Discharging System (.pdf)
    during routine material handling. This system needed to be easy to clean, constructed from a polished 304 stainless steel, and designed for Class I & II, Division II, Group C, D, and G. service.
  • Food Grade Stainless Steel Selection for the Food Processing Industry
    Stainless steels are common in the food and beverage industry for manufacture, bulk storage and transportation, preparation and presentation applications. Depending on the grade of stainless steel selected, they are suitable for most classes of food and beverage products. The 316 and 304 grades
  • Mitigation of Stress Corrosion Cracking in Nuclear Weldments Using Low Plasticity Burnishing (.pdf)
    Stress corrosion cracking (SCC) has been observed for decades in austenitic alloy weldments such as type 304 stainless steel as well as in Ni based alloy weldments including Alloy 600 and 690. SCC continues to be a primary maintenance concern for many components in both pressurized water reactors

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