316L Stainless Steel Sheet Manufacturer in China
316l stainless steel sheet is also called marine grade stainless steel sheet, and becomes the most widely used stainless steel sheet. It offers excellent machinability, and adding lubrication during the process enhances machining outcomes. Furthermore, it’s important to note that 316L stainless steel sheet cannot be made harder through the process of heat treatment. If you require different sizes, shapes, or types of 316L stainless steel sheet, please provide us with your requirements, and we will do our best to meet your needs.
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316l Stainless Steel Sheet Applications
316l stainless steel sheet can be used in marine, urban, rural, freshwater, and soil exposure settings. It is commonly used in high-end cookware, food preparation equipment, space jet engine components, medical implants, cutlery, boat fittings, and hydrogen fuel cells. Furthermore, it is well-suited for digesters, pressure vessels, flanges, heat exchangers, petroleum refining, valves, and pumps.
316l Stainless Steel Sheet Properties
316L stainless steel sheet boasts numerous outstanding properties, including corrosion resistance, higher creep, stress-to-rupture, and tensile strength. It is ductile, easy to weld, and form. And even at low temperatures, our 316l stainless steel sheet has high strength and hardness. People tend to choose it for marine application because 316l stainless steel sheet can resist pitting corrosion.
Processing and Fabrication Options
We offer various processing choices, such as plasma cutting, plate saw cutting, shearing, laser cutting, waterjet cutting, forming, welding, machining, and plate leveling.
In summary, 316L stainless steel sheet is a versatile and widely utilized material with excellent properties, making it suitable for a broad range of applications. Our commitment to providing various processing options ensures we meet your specific fabrication needs with precision and quality.
|Standard||ASTM A240, ASME SA240 and AMS 5507
In 316L stainless steel, “L” is “Low Carbon.”
316L stainless steel exhibits excellent resistance to rust. However, it is not entirely rust-proof and may be susceptible to localized corrosion, especially in aggressive environments with high chloride concentrations or elevated temperatures.