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317 Stainless steel tubing is a crucial component of most industrial and commercial systems due to its high corrosion resistance. Its composition contains certain amounts of chromium, nickel, carbon, molybdenum, phosphorus, sulfur and silicon, enabling it to achieve its impressive performance in several applications. Besides these individual components, stainless steel 317 tubing also includes small percentages of several other elements such as copper, niobium, nitrogen and manganese. All these ingredients contribute directly toward the metallic matte finish and improved strength, making stainless steel 317 tubing so reliable and resistant to heat oxidation.

SS 317 tubing provides a variety of benefits when needed for industrial applications. It is an austenitic stainless steel alloy that can withstand extreme temperatures and is corrosion-resistant, making it ideal for those challenging conditions. Additionally, this tubing has superior high-temperature mechanical strength, long-term ductility, and excellent weldability. It is also abrasion resistant and non-magnetic, which gives it additional advantages in some conditions. This makes stainless steel 317 tubing ideal for use in many environments, such as offshore oil rigs and chemical process equipment as an example. The uses of stainless steel tubing are vast, and many industries have found them to be beneficial in both general applications and increasingly specialized needs.

FAQ's for Stainless Steel 317 Tubing

HSN code for stainless steel 317 tubing is 7304.190000.

No, stainless steel 317 is not magnetic. It's a non-magnetic stainless steel alloy that contains 17% chromium and 6% nickel. The addition of nickel to the alloy helps to prevent corrosion and increases the alloy's resistance to heat and oxidation.

Stainless steel 305 is more corrosion resistant than other types of stainless steel, but it is still susceptible to corrosion. It is important to take steps to prevent corrosion, such as using a rust inhibitor or coating the fasteners with a protective layer.

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