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Stainless Steel 201 Washers consist mainly of Iron, Chromium, and Nickel as their base metals. With a ratio of Iron (18-20%), Chromium (11-15%), and Nickel (3.5-5.5%), the Washer benefits from chromium being the primary alloying element for corrosion resistance, oxidation, and strength at high temperatures. At the same time, Nickel is added to stabilize the structure against temperature changes. Additionally, the Washer adds Manganese (1% max) and Nitrogen (.2% max), which contribute to its hardness and durability when exposed to regular wear and tear. Together these elements combine perfectly to make Stainless Steel 201 Washers a practical part of any repair or housing project.

201 Stainless Steel Washer is a popular choice in many applications due to its corrosion resistance and durability. It helps eliminate pitting and crevice corrosion, even in complex and aggressive wash cycles. Furthermore, it is non-magnetic, has low thermal conductivity, and can handle significant temperature changes with minimal effect on tensile strength. As a result, many stainless steel products are popularly used for several regulated industries such as medical, food, marine, chemical, and automotive. The stainless Steel 201 Washer also has excellent decorative qualities as it retains luster over time and provides superior cleanability with a manual wash or automatic equipment.

FAQ's for Stainless Steel 201 Washer

Stainless Steel 201 Washer Starts At Rs 20/Piece To Rs 25/Piece.

Stainless Steel 201 Washers are highly resistant to rust and corrosion due to their high chromium content. They also have a higher nickel content than most other stainless steel varieties, making them even more resistant to corrosion.

Stainless Steel 201 washers are not as strong as some other grades of stainless steel, such as 304 or 316. While they do offer good corrosion resistance and are suitable for use in many applications, they may not be the best choice for high-stress applications where strength is a primary concern.

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