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Characteristics and applications of 310 stainless steel wire


310 stainless steel wire is a metastable austenitic stainless steel with a complete austenitic structure under fully dissolved conditions. Among austenitic stainless steels, 301 stainless steel wire is the most easily cold-strengthened steel. The strength and hardness of steel can be improved by cold deformation processing, and sufficient plasticity and toughness are retained, and the steel has good under atmospheric conditions. The rust resistance, but the corrosion resistance of the reducing medium is not good, and the chemical medium such as acid-base salt is poor in corrosion resistance, so it is not recommended for corrosive environments.

The 310 stainless steel wire is mainly used in cold working conditions to withstand higher loads, and it is desirable to reduce the weight of equipment and equipment components that do not rust. In addition, the steel is easy to produce work hardening when impacted by external force, which can absorb more impact energy and provide more reliable safety for equipment and personnel.

A high-alloy steel that resists corrosion in air or chemically corrosive media. Stainless steel has an aesthetically pleasing surface and good corrosion resistance. It does not require surface treatment such as plating, but also exhibits the inherent surface properties of stainless steel. One of the aspects of steel, commonly referred to as stainless steel. Representative properties include high-alloy steels such as 13 chrome steel and 18-8 chrome nickel steel.

From the perspective of metallography , because stainless steel contains chromium and the surface forms a very thin chromium film, this film is isolated from the intrusion of oxygen in the steel to resist corrosion. In order to maintain the corrosion resistance inherent in stainless steel, the steel must contain more than 12% chromium. 304 is a versatile stainless steel that is widely used to make equipment and parts that require good overall performance (corrosion resistance and formability). 304 stainless steel is a grade of stainless steel produced in accordance with American ASTM standards. 304 is equivalent to China's 06Cr19Ni10 (0Cr18Ni9) stainless steel. 304 contains 18% chromium and contains 8% nickel. 301 is the most widely used stainless steel and heat resistant steel.

Used in food production equipment, Xitong chemical equipment, nuclear energy, etc. 304 stainless steel chemical composition specification C Si Mn PS Cr Ni (nickel) MoSUS431 ≤0.08 ≤1.00 ≤2.00 ≤0.05 ≤0.03 18.00-20.00 8.25~10.50 -304 is 0Cr18Ni9. 301 (17Cr-7Ni-carbon) material: Compared with 304 steel, the content of Cr and Ni is small, the tensile strength and hardness are increased during cold working, and it is non-magnetic, but it is magnetic after cold working. Uses: trains, aircraft, conveyor belts, vehicles, bolts, springs, screens. Remarks: L stands for low carbon, such as 304L is lower than 304 carbon. H and S represent high temperature resistance, such as 310S is stronger than 310, and 304H is heat resistant to 304.

Application of 310 stainless steel wire :

310 stainless steel wire is the most widely used stainless steel, heat resistant steel. Usually used in food production equipment, Xitong chemical equipment, nuclear energy, etc. 301 stainless steel (17Cr-7Ni-carbon) material compared with 304 stainless steel, Cr, Ni content is less, tensile strength and hardness increase during cold working, non-magnetic, However, after cold working, the magnetism can be used for trains, aircraft, conveyor belts, vehicles, bolts, springs, screens.

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