Stainless Steels

316L

316L is one of the most common austenitic stainless-steel grades, vastly used in chemical and petrochemical industry, food processing, pharmaceutical equipment, medical devices, wastewater treatment, marine applications, and many other applications. Its composition, alloyed with chromium (between 16–18%), nickel (10–12%) and molybdenum (2–3%) allow for high creep stress to rupture and tensile strength at elevated temperatures. Compared to chromium-nickel austenitic stainless steels combined with excellent toughness, even down to cryogenic temperatures and high corrosion resistance, the low Carbon content (up to 0.03%) contributes to its weldability.

Tritone® 316L shows great toughness without loss of strength, with the built-in advantages of the MoldJet® technology.

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15-5PH

15-5 PH is a precipitation-hardening stainless steel widely used in the aerospace, chemical, petrochemical, food processing, paper, and general metalworking industries. It provides high strength, good corrosion resistance, good mechanical properties at temperatures up to 316°C and good toughness. 15-5 PH is designed to be hardened by heat treatment (solution treatment and aging), and the final hardness is determined by the solution treatment temperature.

Tritone® 15-5 PH shows great strength without loss of toughness, with the built-in advantages of the MoldJet® technology.

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17-4PH

17-4 PH is a precipitation-hardening stainless steel widely used in the petroleum, chemical and aerospace industries. 17-4 PH can be heat treated to high levels of strength and hardness, and features corrosion resistance and machinability.

Tritone® 17-4 PH shows great strength without loss of toughness, with the built-in advantages of the MoldJet® technology.

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420

420 is a high Carbon- low Chrome martensitic stainless steel used for cutlery, knife blades, surgical instruments, needle valves, shear blades etc. 420 can be hardened as high as 50HRC by heat treatment that includes heating, quenching, and tempering. Additionally, it is magnetic in both the annealed and hardened conditions. Combined with its high hardness and strength in its heat-treated condition, 420 shows good corrosion resistance.

Tritone® 420 shows great strength without loss of toughness, with the built-in advantages of the MoldJet® technology.

 

Datasheet under development.

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