1. Thickness:0.1mm - 80mm
Width:800mm - 2,000mm
Length:300mm - 12,000mm
3. Grades: 316Ti Stainless Steel
4. PVC film: Novacel(laser cutting)
5. Standard: ASTM A213
ATI 316Ti stainless is a titanium-stabilized version of Type 316 molybdenum-bearing austenitic stainless steel. It is also known as DIN/EN designation No. 1.4571. Similar with 316, with Ti added, 316Ti Stainless Steel has higher temperature strength and mechanical strength. It is mostly used in environment where great corrosion resistance is required in the high temperature. It is mainly used in automotive connector, welded bellows, chimney clamps.
With high strength, it is easily machined, and recommended for high speed machining process. With Ti added, it can reduce the risk of intergrannular corrosion in the high temperature of 425~815℃. The addition of titanium reduces the risk of IC since titanium carbo-nitrides are formed in preference to chromium carbides which has the effect of maintaining the correct distribution of chromium throughout the structure of the steel.
STANDARD CHEMICAL COMPOSITION
Grade Cr Mo Ni Mn P S Si Ca N Ti Iron 316Ti Stainless Steel 16.0min
2.0max 0.045max 0.03max 0.75max 0.08max 0.10max 5x%(C+N)min
NOMINAL MECHANICAL PROPERTIES
Grade Yield Strength 0.2% offset Ultimate Tensile Strength on Elongation in 2'' (51mm) gauge length Hardness 316Ti Stainless Steel 36 ksi
54% 76 HRB
NOMINAL PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
Grade Density Melting Point Thermal Expansion Modulus of Elasticity Thermal Conductivity Electrical Resistivity 316Ti Stainless Steel 8.0kg/m3 1400 ºC 15.9 x 10-6/K 193 GPa 16.3W/m.k 0.074 x 10-6 Ω.m
APPLICATIONS OF 316Ti STAINLESS STEEL SHEET/PLATE
- Food processing equipment
- Brewery equipment
- Chemical and petrochemical equipment
- Laboratory benches & equipment
- Coastal architectural paneling
- Coastal balustrading
- Boat fittings
- Chemical transportation containers
- Heat exchangers
- Mining screens
- Nuts and bolts
- Medical implants
ADDITIONAL PROPERTIES OF 316Ti STAINLESS STEEL SHEET/PLATE
- Corrosion Resistance
The molybdenum bearing alloys such as Types 316 and 316Ti stainless steels are more resistant to atmospheric and other mild types of corrosion than the 18Cr8Ni stainless steels. In general, media that do not corrode 18-8 stainless steels will not attack the molybdenum-containing grades. One known exception is highly oxidizing acids such as nitric acid to which the molybdenum bearing stainless steels are less resistant. Types 316 and 316Ti are considerably more resistant than any of the other chromium-nickel stainless steels to solutions of sulfuric acid. Where condensation of sulfur-bearing gases occurs, these alloys are much more resistant than other types of stainless steels. In sulfuric acid solutions, the acid concentration has a strong influence on the rate of attack.
Type 316 stainless steel is susceptible to precipitation of chromium carbides in grain boundaries when exposed to temperatures in the 800°F to 1500°F (425°C to 815°C) range. Such “sensitized” steels are subject to inter-granular corrosion when exposed to aggressive environments. Type 316L alloy is available to avoid the hazard of intergranular corrosion. Type 316L provides resistance to intergranular attack even after short periods of exposure in the 800-1500°F (425 -815°C) temperature range. Stress relieving treatments falling within these limits can be employed without affecting the corrosion resistance of the metal. Accelerated cooling from higher temperatures for the “L” grades is not needed when very heavy or bulky sections have been annealed. Type 316Ti possesses the same mechanical properties as the corresponding higher-carbon Type 316, and offers resistance to intergranular corrosion. Although the short duration heating encountered during welding or stress relieving does not produce susceptibility to intergranular corrosion, continuous or prolonged exposure at 800-1200°F (422-650°C) can produce sensitization of Type 316Ti (and of Type 316L) stainless steels.The combined influences of molybdenum and titanium reduce the resistance of Type 316Ti stainless steel to highly oxidizing environments including the nitric acid environment of the ASTM A 262 practice C "Huey" test and the ferric sulfate environment of the ASTM A 262 Practice B "Streicher" test. However, testing in the less oxidizing ASTM A 262 Practice F test (Copper Copper Sulfate -50% Sulfuric Acid environment) has demonstrated the resistance of Type 316Ti stainless steel to sensitization.
The austenitic stainless steels, including the ATI 316Ti alloy, are routinely fabricated into a variety of shapes ranging from the very simple to very complex. These alloys are blanked, pierced, and formed on equipment essentially the same as used for carbon steel. The excellent ductility of the austenitic alloys allows them to be readily formed by bending, stretching, deep drawing and spinning. However, because of their greater strength and work hardenability, the power requirements for the austenitic grades during forming operations are considerably greater than for carbon steels. Attention to lubrication during forming of the austenitic alloys is essential to accommodate the high strength and galling tendency of these alloys.
The austenitic stainless steels are provided in the mill-annealed condition ready for use. Heat treatment may be necessary during or after fabrication to remove the effects of cold forming or to dissolve precipitated chromium carbides resulting from thermal exposures. For ATI 316Ti alloy the solution anneal is accomplished by heating in the 1900- 2150°F (1040-1175°C) temperature range followed by air cooling or a water quench, depending on section thickness. For maximum resistance to sensitization, ATI 316Ti alloy should be given a stabilizing heat treatment at 1550-1650°F (845-900°C) to precipitate titanium carbides andprevent the precipitation of chromium carbides during lower temperature exposure. ATI 316Ti alloy cannot be hardened by heat treatment.
- Corrosion Resistance
SURFACE FINISH OF 316Ti STAINLESS STEEL SHEET/PLATE :
*Not all finishes are available in all alloys - (contact Yieh United Sales for more information)
#1 Finish Hot rolled, annealed and pickled. #2D Finish A uniform, dull silver gray mill finish that is applied to thinner stainless steel coils,the thickness of which has been reduced by cold rolling. #2B Finish A semi polished surface achieved by finishing with the equivalent of a 80 to 120 grit abrasive. This finish has a pronounced grit line. #3 Finish A semi polished surface achieved by finishing with the equivalent of a 80 to 120 grit abrasive. This finish has a pronounced grit line. #4 Finish Also called brushed, directional or satin finish. A is characterized by fine polishing grit lines that are uniform and directional in appearance. The final abrasive used in the process is 150 to 220 grit. #4 Satin Brush Finish 150 to 180 grit finish A fine directional polish, typically used in the washroom accessories industry. Most 3.5″ floppy diskette cover plates have this finish. #6 Finish Polished finish achieved with the equivalent of a 240 grit abrasive. Finer grit lines and higher reflectivity than a No. 4 finish. #7 Finish Highly reflective surface obtained with the equivalent of a 320 grit abrasive. Minimal grit lines. No. 8 or True #8 mirror This is the most reflective mirror finish on the market. All of the polishing, or “grit,” lines from the preliminary polishing operations are removed. The look is that of a glass mirror. Sometimes referred to as a non directional mirror finish, Super 8, No. 9, Perfect No. 10, and even No. 12 mirror. CMP Super #8 mirror Chemical Mechanical Polished Super #8 mirror finished sheets are guaranteed to be free from any manufacturing defects. This product represents the ultimate in mirror polished stainless steel. It is available as a single-sided or double-sided mirror polished sheet. Hairline finish 80 – 140 grit finish A well defined directional polish. Starting base substrate is a No. 4 finish sheet; these sheets are polished to provide a “continuous long grain” hairline look. A finish which is popular with architects for its aesthetic, it is equally popular with fabricators due to it’s ease of fabrication and finish matching properties after welding operations.
INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY of 316Ti STAINLESS STEEL SHEET/PLATE
At Yieh United Corporation, we never stop improving and developing our technologies to go beyond our customer’s expectations. We strive towards these goals to produce reliable products and ensure they can be fully utilized throughout their lifetime.
PACKING FOR 316Ti STAINLESS STEEL SHEET/PLATE
Our 316Ti stainless steel products are packed and labeled according to the regulations and customers’ requests.
1. What is the minimum order quantity (MOQ)?
- Normally, the MOQ for our stainless steel sheet is 200 Kg. If we have any excess inventory of stainless steel sheet, there’s no MOQ requirement. You can ask us to check when you are interested in purchasing them.
2.What is the payment method?
- For new customers: 30%T/T deposit 70%T/T Before shipment. – For partners and distributors, 30%T/T deposit 70% T/T Against B/L Copy.
3.What is the acceptable currency?
- We accept USD, EUR and RMB.
4.What is the delivery time?
- 5 days in advance.
5.Where is the loading port?
- Normally, our loading ports are Shanghai, Tianjin, and Shenzhen. You can choose anyone of them, or you can select the other ports.
6.What is the delivery term?
- FOB, CIF, CFR, EXW
7.Do you offer free samples?
- Yes, based on our stock status, we will send our customer free samples. The express fee is to be paid by our customers.