Stainless Steels

Stainless Steels

NiCrCoMoWFeAlTiCuNbOthers
Duplex5.522.5–3–BAL––––0.17 N2
AISI 302 (EN58)918–––BAL––––0.15 C
AISI 304918–––BAL––––0.08* C
AISI 30912.522.5–––BAL––––0.20* C
AISI 31610.517–2–BAL––––0.08* C
AISI 3171319–3.5–BAL––––0.08* C
AISI 321 (EN58B)918–––BAL–5xC––0.08* C
AISI 347/348 (EN58F,G)1018–––BAL–––8xC0.08* C
AISI 4090.7*12–––BAL0.50.5––0.09* C
AISI 420 (EN56/S62)1.0*13–––BAL––––0.32* C
AISI 430 (FI 17)0.5*17–––BAL––––0.12* C
AISI 431 (EN57/S80)216–––BAL––––0.20* C
Crown Min12.522.5––1BAL––––0.20* C
Crown Max12.522.5––2.75BAL––––0.20* C
17-4 PH416.5–––BAL––3.50.30.03 C
17-7 PH717–––BAL1–––0.05 C
FV 520 (B)514.5–1.6–BAL––1.80.40.05 C
FV 5350.310.560.75–BAL–––0.40.07* C
Rex 4480.7511.5–0.45–BAL–––0.450.15* C
Jethete M1522.512–1.8–BAL––––0.1 C
Jethete M1902.7121.551.8–BAL––––0.13 C
G18B1313101.72.5BAL–––30.4 C
Ferralium5.3524.2–2.5–BAL––1.6––
Kanthal–22.52.0*––BAL5.5––––

Properties

 

Corrosion Resistant

 

Applications

 

Domestic, Food and Dairy Industries, Decorative and Constructions

 

*indicates maximum

The figures shown are nominal compositions of the various alloys.