s32205 Duplex steel forged fittings are made from a chrome-nickel alloy composed primarily of ferrite and austenite. The ferritic portion comprises mainly iron, chromium, and less than 0.03 percent molybdenum; In contrast, the austenitic piece is composed of nickel, manganese, nitrogen, and molybdenum in varying amounts, along with some traces of other elements. This unique combination makes duplex steel s32205 forged fittings highly resistant to corrosion, oxidation, pitting, stress corrosion cracking, and crevice corrosion. Additionally, these alloys have a high yield strength that exceeds that of austenitic stainless steels while still providing excellent ductility and toughness. As such, they can be utilized in many industrial applications requiring superior mechanical properties without compromising corrosion resistance.
Duplex steel s32205 forged fittings are an extremely reliable component used in fluid transfer systems. These fittings provide great mechanical strength, good resistance to chloride stress corrosion cracking, and good weldability. They offer superior fitting performance over other materials like plastics or low alloy steels. Duplex Steel S32205 forged fittings display a more significant resistance towards erosion and wear and tear caused by erosion-corrosion in seawater and other aggressive media such as acids and alkalis. They have the added benefit of being highly cost-effective, making them ideal for commercial and industrial applications where reliability is paramount.