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The chromium content in Stainless Steel 446 Channels ranges from 17-20%, which imparts excellent corrosion resistance and helps form a passive layer on the surface of the steel. Adding nickel, molybdenum, and nitrogen enhances the strength, toughness and high-temperature resistance of SS 446. It also improves the formability, weldability and resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion. The high chromium content in SS 446 makes it suitable for high-temperature applications, while the low carbon content prevents carbide precipitation during welding.

SS 446 (SS 446) Channels have a wide range of applications due to their unique properties. The high corrosion resistance and high temperature make it suitable for use in high-temperature applications such as furnace parts, heat exchangers, and kiln linings. Stainless Steel Channels 446 also has excellent pitting and crevice corrosion resistance, making it suitable for chemical processing, petrochemical, and seawater applications. Additionally, the high strength and toughness of SS 446 make it ideal for structural applications. The excellent formability and weldability of SS 446 make it easy to fabricate and install, while the low carbon content prevents carbide precipitation during welding. These properties make SS 446 a versatile and durable material that can be used in many applications.

FAQ's for Stainless Steel 446 Channels

Stainless Steel 446 Channels Starts At Rs 220/Kg To Rs 300/Kg

Cleaning: The surface of the channels should be free of rust, oil, and grease before welding. This can be achieved by using solvents, abrasive blasting, or grinder. Selection of filler metal: A filler metal that matches the composition of SS 446 should be used to ensure a strong and homogeneous weld. Preheating: Preheating the channels before welding is recommended to prevent warping and cracking. The preheating temperature should be between 450°C and 480°C. Welding: SS 446 can be welded using the Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) welding or Metal Inert Gas (MIG) welding process. For TIG welding, the filler metal should be fed into the weld pool manually. For MIG welding, a shielding gas should be used to protect the weld from oxidation. Cooling: Allow the channels to cool slowly after welding to prevent cracking.

The HSN code for Stainless Steel 446 Channels is 7222.

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