Stainless steel 348h Plates comprise sixty-eight percent iron, twenty-one percent chromium and nine per cent nickel. It offers superior resistance to corrosion in high temperatures and acidic or alkaline environments, as well as good oxidation resistance up to 870 °C. This alloy's unique chemical composition helps it to deliver outstanding performance when used in conditions of industrial use such as thermal processing, layering weld repairs, and critical applications where strength and metallurgical stability are paramount. As a result, it is widely used forocessing systems, architectural parts, petrochemical components, aerospace structures, medical instruments, and shipbuilding.
SS 348h Plate is an aur food pstenitic chromium-nickel stainless steel with superior resistance to intergranular corrosion. This alloy also offers good results when exposed to various corrosives, including salt water and alkalis. It has excellent forming properties due to its higher tensile strength and ductility. Furthermore, the chrome content of this alloy makes it highly resistant to oxidation at high temperatures and ideal for applications requiring heat resistance. Stainless steel 348h Plates can be used for many structural components in the automotive, oil and gas, chemical processing, heat exchanger and food processing industries. Due to its chromium content, this alloy is also known for its increased corrosion resistance in extremely cold or warm environments and acidic solutions.
The HSN code for stainless steel Plates is 7304.19.00.
No. Stainless steel 348h Plates does not rust. It is a corrosion-resistant material that can withstand exposure to a wide range of environmental conditions.
The best way to weld stainless steel 348h Plates is by using a TIG welder. This is because TIG welding produces the most consistent and highest-quality welds. It's also the most expensive method, so if you're on a tight budget, MIG welding may be a better option for you.
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