|Place of Origin:||CHINA|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||2 tons|
|Packaging Details:||cold rolled waterproof paper and steel strip reinforcement,one package about 2 tons,Load in 20' or 40' GP|
|Delivery Time:||3-5 working days|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T|
|Supply Ability:||800tons per month|
|Carbon:||Low Carbon||Technique:||Cold Rolled|
|Width:||1200 1000 1219mm As Your Request||Length:||2400 2440 2000 3000mm As Your Request|
|Other Grade:||304 304L 201 430 321 309s 310s 2205 904L Ect|
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Cold rolled 316L Polished Stainless Steel Sheet for Various Sizes
316L stainless Steel adds Mo (2-3%), so it has excellent corrosion resistance and high temperature strength; SUS316L carbon content is lower than SUS316, therefore, the resistance to inter-granular corrosion resistance is better than SUS316: high temperature creep strength is high. It can be used in harsh conditions.good strain hardening and non-magnetic.
1) cold-rolled product appearance, good gloss, beautiful;
2) the addition of Mo, corrosion resistance, especially resistance to pitting corrosion;
3) excellent high temperature strength
4) Excellent hardening (after processing weakly magnetic)
5) solid solution state non-magnetic;
6) relative to 304 stainless steel, it has higher prices.(10Ni)
|316L Stainless Steel Composition|
|Table 1. Composition ranges for 316L stainless steels.|
|316L Stainless SteelMechanical Properties|
|Table 2. Mechanical properties of 316L stainless steels.|
|Grade||Tensile Str (MPa) min||Yield Str 0.2% Proof (MPa) min||Elong (% in 50 mm) min||Hardness|
|Rockwell B (HR B) max||Brinell (HB) max|
|316L stainless steel Sheet|
|Standard||Grade||Chemical Composition %||Technique||Yied strength/Mpa||Tensile strength/Mpa||Elongation %||Hardness|
Cr 16.0~18.0,Ni 10.0~14.0,Mo 2.00~3.00
|cold /hot rolled||≥177||≥485||≥40||HV≤200|
Excellent weldability by all standard fusion and resistance methods, both with and without filler metals. Heavy welded sections in Grade 316 require post-weld annealing for maximum corrosion resistance. This is not required for 316L.
316L stainless steel is not generally weldable using oxyacetylene welding methods.
316L stainless steel tends to work harden if machined too quickly. For this reason low speeds and constant feed rates are recommended.
316L stainless steel is also easier to machine compared to 316 stainless steel due its lower carbon content.
Hot and Cold Working
316L stainless steel can be hot worked using most common hot working techniques. Optimal hot working temperatures should be in the range 1150-1260°C, and certainly should not be less than 930°C. Post work annealing should be carried out to induce maximum corrosion resistance.
Most common cold working operations such as shearing, drawing and stamping can be performed on 316L stainless steel. Post work annealing should be carried out to remove internal stresses.
Hardening and Work Hardening
316L stainless steel does not harden in response to heat treatments. It can be hardened by cold working, which can also result in increased strength.
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