Stainless steel 304 instrumentation fittings mainly comprise iron, chromium, and nickel. They generally contain a maximum of 0.08% carbon, 2% manganese, 1.2% silicon, 0.45% molybdenum, 16-18% chromium, and 10-14% nickel content. In addition to the base metals already mentioned, there may be trace amounts of other elements, such as nitrogen and phosphorus, that can also influence their composition and mechanical properties. The superior corrosion resistance of these fittings is due to the combination of austenitic microstructure and an extremely thin layer of chromium oxide which forms on the surface when exposed to moisture in the atmosphere—known as passivation.
304 Stainless Steel Instrumentation Fittings have many applications. They are ideal for industrial uses, as they are robust, durable and resistant to corrosion. SS304 Instrumentation Fittings feature high tensile strength and flexibility, so they can handle pressures up to 10,000 psi in extremely hot environments with minimal thermal expansion. Additionally, they are available in a wide range of sizes and specifications to accommodate highly specific functions. Their ease of installation makes them great for low-maintenance projects that require long-term performance. Stainless Steel 304 Instrumentation Fittings offer an ideal combination of affordability, versatility and reliability for professionals across multiple industries.
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