Common Uses of Stainless Steel 310 Sheets
301 Stainless Steel Sheet is an austenitic stainless steel with a minimum of 17% chromium and 7% nickel when cold forged. Hot rolled, hard, soft, and cold rolled 301 SS Sheet is available in a number of shapes. We ensure that each and every sheet is of great quality as the most well-known manufacturers of Grade 301 Sheets. We are the most productive in their respective fields of application. Furthermore, we adhere to worldwide quality and manufacturing standards. Because these plates can roll hot or cold, they can withstand a wider range of temperatures and situations. It also has a great resistance to corrosion. Welding, forming, and drawing are all excellent uses for 301.
If cold-forged, 301 Stainless Steel Sheet is an austenitic stainless steel with a minimum of 17 percent chromium and 7% nickel. 301 SS Sheet is available in a variety of forms, including hot rolled, hard, soft, and cold rolled. As the most well-known manufacturers of Grade 301 Sheets, we ensure that each and every sheet is of high quality. In their respective domains of application, we produce the most. In addition, we follow international quality and manufacturing specifications. These plates can roll hot or cold, allowing them to tolerate a wider variety of temperatures and conditions. It also has high corrosion resistance. 301 is highly suited to welding, forming, and drawing.
Sheets of Stainless Steel 310
Stainless steel 310 sheets are austenitic sheets made of a heat-resistant alloy with outstanding oxidation resistance up to 2000°F in highly cyclic circumstances. Because of its high chromium (25%) and silicon (0.6%) content, Alloy 310 is more resistant to high-temperature corrosion in most in-service circumstances. Stainless Steel 310 Sheets are commonly used at cryogenic temperatures due to their remarkable toughness to -450°F and low magnetic permeability.
The tensile strength of 310 stainless steel sheets is 520 MPa, while the proof stress (grade 0.2 percent) is 205 MPa, with a 40 percent elongation. In continuous operation, it can endure temperatures of up to 1150°C, and in repeated solution, it can withstand temperatures of up to 1035°C. Because of their high chromium and moderate nickel content, Alloy 310 Sheets are resistant to sulfidation and can be used in weakly carburizing settings.
Resistance to Corrosion
Despite the fact that grade 310 Sheets have a higher chromium and nickel content than grade 304, they are not typically used for harsh liquid service. The alloy has a low resistance to pitting because it lacks molybdenum. Grade 310 Sheets are prone to intergranular corrosion after being exposed to temperatures ranging from 550 to 800°C. Chloride stress corrosion cracking can occur in corrosive liquids containing chlorides at temperatures exceeding 100°C.
Common uses of stainless steel 310 sheets
Usage Illustrations Internal components of coal gasifiers, fluidized bed combustors, kilns, radiant tubes, tube hangers for petroleum refining and steam boilers, lead pots, Thermowells, refractory anchor bolts, burners and combustion chambers, retorts, muffles, annealing covers, saggers, food processing equipment, and cryogenic structures are all made of stainless steel 310 Sheets.
It’s used as railings, countertops, backsplashes, and other ornamental components on the outside of massive, high-impact constructions, as well as in the interiors as railings, countertops, backsplashes, and other decorative pieces. Stainless steel 310 Sheets are used in all kinds of transportation, including ship containers, road tankers, and garbage trucks. It is ideal for delivering chemicals, liquids, and food.