316N stainless steel valves are high-performance valves ideal for highly corrosive environments. They are composed of a balance of chromium, nickel, and molybdenum, along with improved strength and creep resistance. It also contains added nitrogen, enhancing its corrosion resistance and making it ideal for chemical processing, bleaching operations, and paper production. These performance features make 316N stainless steel valves the ideal choice for applications that require exceptional durability and high corrosion protection.
316n SS valves are widely used in various applications due to their favourable properties. Not only are they highly resistant to corrosion in acidic and alkaline environments, but they are also excellent for high temperatures up to 1450 °C. This makes them suitable for high-pressure and critical applications related to heat exchangers, water systems, boilers, and energy distribution or power generation systems. Furthermore, they feature good formability and weldability and can be found in various shapes like ball valves, socket weld valves, threaded valves, needle valves and sanitary components. The composition of 316n alloy consists of chromium-nickel-molybdenum with 2% moly added to enhance corrosion resistance, making it ideal for use in food processing plants or beverage production facilities.
316N stainless steel is a type of stainless steel that contains a higher amount of nitrogen, which improves its corrosion resistance and strength.
316N stainless steel valves are commonly used in chemical processing, oil and gas, and marine environments due to their high resistance to corrosion and strength.
The main difference between 316 and 316N stainless steel is the nitrogen content, with 316N having a higher nitrogen content, which improves its corrosion resistance and strength.
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