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DIN 1.4401

Stainless Steel DIN1 4401 Instrumentation Fittings are high-precision components with a chemical composition that ensures superior strength and durability. The alloy typically used consists of Iron (Fe) at 64-66%, Chromium (Cr) at 17-19%, Nickel (Ni) at 6-8%, Molybdenum (Mo) at 1.5–2.5%, Carbon (C) at up to 0.08% Manganese (Mn) up to 2%. This combination of elements creates a material with excellent corrosion-resistant properties, reasonable ductility, and tensile strength, making it an ideal choice for instrumentation fittings, especially in challenging environments like petrochemical plants, refineries, breweries, or paper mills.

4401 SS DIN1 Instrumentation Fittings are a strong and corrosion-resistant material used in many industries, such as pharmaceuticals, oil & gas, and food processing. This type of stainless steel has a high chromium content resistant to oxidation and tarnish due to environmental exposure. It also provides resistance to corrosion from acids and other corrosive chemicals. The stainless steel properties make it an ideal choice for instrument tubing or exposed components that require resistance to higher pressure services. Furthermore, these fittings provide strength and stability over the life of the pipe, eliminating frequent maintenance or replacements due to damage from wear or pressure. This makes them an increasingly popular material for various instrument design and installation fitting applications.

FAQ's for Stainless Steel DIN 1.4401 Instrumentation Fittings

These fittings are typically available in 1/8" to 4" sizes and can be custom-made according to specific dimensional requirements.

These fittings are primarily used in oil and gas pipelines for connecting pipes and tubing, as well as for tube-to-tube and tube-to-box connections. They can also be used for instrumentation lines or pipe manifolds.

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