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|Martensitic Grade:||JIS SUS420J2 Stainless||Material:||JIS SUS420J2 Hot Rolled Stainless Steel Plates|
|Delivery State:||Soft Annealed, 1D||Thickness:||3~12/14/16/18/20/25/30/40/45/50/60mm|
|Width:||1250/1500/1800/2000mm||Value Added Service:||Laser Cutting, Water Jet Cutting, Shearing, Surface Treatment|
440 stainless steel,
420 stainless steel
JIS SUS420J2 Hot Rolled Stainless Steel Plate
Martensitic grade JIS SUS420J2, characterized by magnetic, increased strength and hardness but
corrosion resistance similar to 410 stainless.
|medical instruments, blades, mechanical engineering parts.|
Type JIS SUS420J2 stainless steel is produced in coils and cut lengths in thickness 0.1mm to 60.0mm
and width up to 2000mm.
|Hot rolled, annealed||3.0~60.0X1250/1500/1800/2000mmXL|
|Cold rolled, annealed||0.1~3.0X5~1250mm|
400 series contain martensitic stainless steels and ferritic stainless steels.
Martensitic stainless steels
These stainless steels of the 400 series usually contain a min. of 11.5% up to 18% chromium and have higher
level of carbon than ferritics. They are capable of being heat treated to a wide range of useful hardness and
strength levels, and are used extensively in cutlery, knives, scissors, tools, and mechanical engineering parts.
Ferritic stainless steels
This group of stainless steels in the 400 series contains 10.5% to > 30.0% chromium for corrosion scaling at
elevated temperatures and resistance. They are nonhardenable by heat treating, and always magnetic.
Ferritic stainless steels are used in applications where resistance to corrosion and oxidation is important.
The lower chromiu stainless ferritics are primarily used for automotive exhaust.
Ferritic stainless steels with intermediate chromoium contents (15~17.0%) are used for automotive trim,
hot end automotive exhaust, appliances, and cooking utensils.
The high chromium ferritic stainless steels ( 18~30.0%) are used in automotive exhaust, trim, appliance applications
requiring high oxidation and corrosion resistance.
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