316LN stainless steel plate is a kind of alloy with exceptional corrosion resistance due to its 4-5% Nickel and nitrogen. It also contains around 18-20% chromium which gives it good corrosion resistance in oxidizing and reducing conditions. 316LN stainless steel plate is highly durable and has excellent formability, making it suitable for welding applications in highly corrosive environments. The material also eliminates the risk of damaging anodic films, which usually diminishes the service life of parts produced from lower-grade stainless steel plates. Furthermore, it can withstand high temperatures and provides superior impact strength even in extremely cold temperatures. Its chemical composition makes this alloy ideal for many product applications requiring superior corrosion resistance and temperature stability.
316LN SS plate is a cutting-edge material frequently used in applications with high exposure to corrosive environments. The chromium, nickel, and molybdenum content in the alloy gives it excellent resistance to rust, pitting, and erosion and superior tensile strength. In addition to being resistant to wear and stress corrosion cracking, 316LN is significantly stronger than conventional grade 316 at higher temperatures. It can also be welded much easier than its competitors due to its low carbon content - an important feature that makes the alloy perfect for food processing equipment or sanitary tubing. All of these properties make 316LN stainless steel plate a very useful material for businesses dealing in chemicals or other fields where corrosion resistance is of utmost importance.
316LN stainless steel plate can be cut using a variety of methods, including using a saw, a water jet, or a laser cutter.
The standard thickness of 316LN stainless steel plate varies depending on the specific application, but typical thickness ranges from 0.1mm to 100mm.
Yes, 316LN stainless steel plate can be supplied with a polished finish.
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