The stainless steel wires of these two different materi [...]
The stainless steel wires of these two different materials are firstly distinguished from the composition: 316 stainless steel wire composition: C≤0.08, Si≤1.00, Mn≤2.00, P≤0.035, S≤0.03, Ni:10.0-14.0, Cr:16.0-18.5, Mo:2.0-3.0. 316L stainless steel wire composition: C≤0.03, Si≤1.00, Mn≤2.00, P≤0.035, S≤0.03, Ni:10.0-14.0, Cr:16.0-18.5, Mo:2.0-3.0 Then look at the yield strength: 316 210 (N/MM2), 316L 180 (N/MM2) Look at the tensile strength: 316 520 (N/MM2), 316L 480 (N/MM2) In fact, more simply speaking, the biggest difference in use is 316L ultra-low carbon. Therefore, when welding, 316L carbon is not easy to precipitate and combine with chromium to form chromium carbide, which can reduce the corrosion phenomenon of the welding part. 316 Features: Its corrosion resistance, atmospheric corrosion resistance and high temperature strength are particularly good, and can be used under harsh conditions; excellent work hardening (non-magnetic); uses: photography, food industry, coastal facilities, ropes. 316L characteristics: As a low C series of 316, in addition to the same characteristics as 316, it has excellent grain boundary corrosion resistance; use: in the application of 316, products with special requirements for grain boundary corrosion resistance.
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