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|Grade:||Stainless Steel Austenitic AISI 304 DIN 1.4301||Material:||Cold Rolled Stainless Steel Strip In Coil AISI 304 DIN 1.4301|
|Size:||0.02~1.5X3~640mm||Delivery State:||ANN, 1/4H, 1/2H, 3/4H, FH|
stainless steel precision strip,
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Cold Rolled Precision Stainless Steel Strip In Coil AISI 304 DIN 1.4301
Austenitic stainless steels are iron-chromium-nickel alloys which are hardenable only by cold working.
Nickel is the main element varied within the alloys of this class while carbon is kept to low levels.
The nickel content may be varied from about 4% to 22% — higher values of nickel are added to increase the
ductility of the metal. When chromium is increased to raise the corrosion resistance of the metal,
nickel must also be increased to maintain the austenitic structure.
These alloys are slightly magnetic in the cold-worked condition, but are essentially non-magnetic
in the annealed condition in which they are most often used.
The austenitic types feature adaptability to cold forming, ease of welding, high-temperature service,
and, in general, the highest corrosion resistance.
Austenitic stainless characteristic:
|AISI, UNS||EN, DIN||JIS|
|304, S30400||1.4301, X5CrNi18-10||SUS304|
Chemical composition ( weight % )
|304||0.07 max||17.50~19.50||8.0~10.5||2.0 max|
Hot and cold rolled wide strip, slit strip, cut sheets, precision strip
EN 10088-2, ASTM A666, JIS G4313, DIN EN 10151
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