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348H Stainless Steel Channels are made of an austenitic stainless steel alloy that contains chromium, nickel, and columbium (niobium) as the primary alloying elements. The chemical composition also includes smaller quantities of carbon, silicon, manganese, phosphorus, sulfur, and nitrogen. The high levels of chromium provide excellent resistance to corrosion and oxidation, while the addition of niobium enhances the material's high-temperature stability. The carbon content of SS 348H Channels is kept low to minimize carbide precipitation during welding, which can result in intergranular corrosion. The nickel content provides increased toughness and improved corrosion resistance, making this alloy well-suited for applications in harsh environments. The addition of titanium in SS 348H Channels further enhances its high-temperature resistance and stability.

Stainless Steel 348H Channels are widely used in industries requiring high corrosion resistance and high-temperature stability, such as petrochemical processing, chemical processing, and high-temperature service applications. They are also commonly used to construct heat exchangers, boilers, and other high-temperature equipment. SS 348H Channels have excellent mechanical properties, including good ductility and tensile strength, making them suitable for construction and manufacturing applications. The high nickel content provides increased toughness and improved corrosion resistance, while the addition of titanium further enhances the material's high-temperature stability and resistance to corrosive environments. This makes SS 348H Channels ideal for applications requiring both high strength and high-temperature resistance. The channels are also known for their dimensional stability and ability to maintain strength and form in harsh environments.

FAQ's for Stainless Steel 348H Channels

The HSN code for Stainless Steel 348H Channels is 7222.40.

Stainless Steel 348H Channels can be welded using several methods such as TIG welding, MIG welding, and stick welding. It's important to use the appropriate filler material for welding, which should match the composition of the base metal.

Stainless Steel 348H Channels are non-magnetic in nature due to their austenitic structure. However, certain processing conditions or external factors such as cold working may affect their magnetic properties.

stainless Steel 348H Channels offer excellent corrosion resistance due to their high chromium and nickel content. They are resistant to both oxidizing and reducing environments and can withstand high temperatures up to around 800°C (1470°F).

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