0.3-3.0mm Thickness Cold Rolled 316 Stainless Steel Sheet Plate

0.3-3.0mm Thickness Cold Rolled 316 Stainless Steel Sheet Plate

0.3-3.0mm Thickness Cold Rolled 316 Stainless Steel Sheet Plate CHEMICAL COMPOSITION: ASTM A240, A666 MECHANICAL PROPERTIES: ASTM A240 PHYSICAL PROPERTIES: PROCESSING: Types 316 and 316L are non-hardenable by heat treatment. Annealing: Heat to 1900 – 2100°F then rapidly quench Forming: Types 316...
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0.3-3.0mm Thickness Cold Rolled 316 Stainless Steel Sheet Plate

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION: ASTM A240, A666

Element

Type 316

Type 316L

Carbon

0.08 max.

0.030 max.

Manganese

2.00 max.

2.00 max.

Sulfur

0.030 max.

0.030 max.

Phosphorus

0.045 max.

0.045 max.

Silicon

0.75 max.

0.75 max.

Chromium

16.0 – 18.0

16.0 – 18.0

Nickel

10.00 – 14.00

10.00 – 14.00

Molybdenum

2.00 – 3.00

2.00 – 3.00

Nitrogen

0.10 max.

0.10 max.


MECHANICAL PROPERTIES: ASTM A240

Type

Yield Strength 0.2% offset (KSI)

Tensile Strength (KSI)

% Elongation (2″ Gauge length)

316

30 min.

75 min.

40 min.

316L

25 min.

70 min.

40 min.


PHYSICAL PROPERTIES:

Density (lb./ in^2) @ RT


0.29

Modulus of Elasticity in Tension (psi x 10^6)


28.0

Specific Heat (BTU/o F/lb.)

32 to 212 oF

0.12

Thermal Conductivity (BTU/hr/ft^2/ft)

212oF

9.4


932oF

12.4

Mean Coefficient of Thermal Expansion (in. x 10^-6 per o F)

32 to 212oF

8.9


32 to 600oF

9.0


32 to 1,000oF

9.7


32 to 1,200oF

10.3

Electrical Resistivity (micro ohms – cm)

at 70oF

29.4

Melting Point Range (oF)


2500 – 2550


PROCESSING:

Types 316 and 316L are non-hardenable by heat treatment. Annealing: Heat to 1900 – 2100°F then rapidly quench Forming: Types 316 and 316L can be readily formed and drawn.


WELDING:

These alloys are generally considered to have poorer weldability than Types 304 and 304L. A major difference is the higher nickel content for these alloys which requires slower arc welding speed and more care to avoid hot cracking. When filler is needed, AWS E/ER 316L and 16-8-2 are most often specified.


CORROSION:

Types 316 and 316L Stainless Steels exhibit better corrosion resistance than Type 304. They provide excellent pitting resistance and good resistance to most chemicals involved in the paper, textile and photographic industries.


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