Below are some of the alloys we process in strip coil, shaped and flat wire, fine wire, as well as sheet, plate and bar. If you need more information:Switch to more detailed view
|CARPENTER® 20 CB3, 10
||A highly corrosion-resistant alloy used in the chemical industry for applications where corrosion resistance is extremely critical,superior to the general run of 300 type stainless.
||Chromium nickel steel containing columbium and tantalum which is recommended for parts fabricated by welding which cannot be subsequently annealed. Also recommended for parts to be used at temperatures between 800°F and 1850°F.
||Chromium nickel steel containing titanium.Recommended for parts fabricated by welding which cannot be subsequently annealed. Also recommended for parts to be used at temperatures between 800°F and 1850°F.
||Similar to 316L but with additional molybdenum to improve corrosion resistance.
||Ti stabalized version of 316 with resistance to sensitization. (The formation of grain boundary chromium carbides at evaluated temperatures.)
||Low carbon chromium nickel stainless steel with general corrosion resistance similar to Type 316 but with superior resistance to intergranular corrosion following welding or relieving. It is recommended for use in parts which are fabricated by welding and cannot be subsequently annealed.
||Chromium nickel stainless and heat resisting steel with superior corrosion resistance to other chromium nickel steels when exposed to many types of chemical corrodents; superior creep strength at elevated temperatures.
||Similar to 309 with higher resistance to corrosion and oxidation at elevated temperatures.
||High corrosion-resistant, chromium nickel grade with carbon limited to .08 to reduce carbon precipitation during welding.
||A high corrosion-resistant alloy with low rate of work hardening, designed for extra deep drawing and spinning.
||Very low carbon chromium nickel steel with general corrosion resistance similar to Type 304 but with superior resistance to intergranular corrosion following welding or stress relieving. It is recommended for use in parts which are fabricated by welding and which cannot be subsequently annealed.
||Low carbon chromium nickel stainless and heat resisting steel somewhat superior to Type 302 in corrosion resistance.
||General purpose chromium nickel stainless steel. Its corrosion resistance is superior to that of Type 301. It can be cold worked to high tensile strengths but with slightly lower ductility than Type 301.
||Chromium nickel steel capable of attaining high tensile strength and ductility by moderate or severe cold working.
||Chromium nickel manganese steel was developed as a satisfactory alternate for Type 301 for many applications.