Stainless Steel 316H Instrumentation Fittings is a speciality alloy composed mainly of iron, chromium, nickel, molybdenum, carbon and other trace elements. The chromium content in this alloy makes it resistant to rust and corrosion, while the nickel and molybdenum provide it strength and durability. It is austenitic, making it easy to work with and form into desired shapes without difficulty. The chemical composition of this steel type makes it capable of withstanding extreme temperatures, both hot and cold, which makes it an ideal option for instrumentation fittings applications where temperatures may frequently be changing or subject to extreme fluctuations. These fittings offer reliable performance, chemical compatibility and resistance to external damage or wear often found in demanding industrial applications.
Stainless steel 316H instrumentation fittings are a superior quality steel alloy, generally used where corrosion resistance and high temperatures are the primary concern. It is highly resistant to sulphuric acid and organic and inorganic compounds, making it suitable for harsh environments like offshore and marine-related applications. Its unique properties, such as higher tensile strength and low-stress corrosion cracking, also make it reliable for high-pressure steam condensate systems. The steel has superior machinability characteristics than other austenitic grades, which provide excellent formability capabilities. The surface of the fittings can be effortlessly polished and buffed, providing an attractive look. Plus, the gap between its high oxidation temperature makes it suitable for automotive exhaust systems due to emitting fewer pollutants into the atmosphere.
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