347 Stainless Steel Tube Supplier in China
The 347 stainless steel tube is a stabilized austenitic stainless steel with multiple chemical components, making it an excellent choice for various applications. It is known for its ease of welding and forming. We offer a wide range of end choices for our 347 stainless steel tubes, including plain end, beveled end, and threaded end. Our tubes come in different shapes, sizes, types, and forms to meet your specific application requirements. Contact us for more details!
Key Features of 347 Stainless Steel Tube
Thanks to its unique composition, 347 stainless steel tube offers exceptional strength, remarkable resistance to oxidation and corrosion. Its stable structure enables it to withstand high temperatures of up to 1600 °F (871 °C). Moreover, our 347 stainless steel tube exhibits excellent resistance against intergranular corrosion and oxidizing environments.
Applications of 347 Stainless steel Tube
The 347 stainless steel tube finds extensive use in demanding environments characterized by high temperatures and severe corrosive conditions. It is commonly employed in various applications such as aerospace engine parts, chemical production equipment, boiler and heat exchangers, oil and gas refinery piping, high-pressure steam pipes, and high-temperature gaskets. Additionally, it is well-suited for expansion joint tube assemblies, radiant superheaters, heavy wall-welded equipment, general refinery piping, and exhaust manifolds. The versatility and durability of the 347 stainless steel tube make it an excellent choice for a wide range of industrial applications.
|1/8″ to 30″NB IN
|We offer cut-to-length service
|Grinding, turning, milling, EDM, ECM, and laser fabrication
|MI-L-T 8808, MIL-T-8606, AMS 5556, AMS 5571
|Seamless, ERW, Welded, Fabricated, LSAW Pipes
The main differences between 316 and 347 stainless steel are:
- Composition: 316 stainless steel contains chromium, nickel, and molybdenum, while 347 stainless steel contains chromium, nickel, columbium (niobium), and tantalum.
- Temperature Resistance: 347 stainless steel has improved high-temperature stability and resistance to sensitization and intergranular corrosion compared to 316 stainless steel.
- Applications: 316 stainless steel is widely used in various industries for its general corrosion resistance, while 347 stainless steel is primarily utilized in high-temperature applications requiring resistance to sensitization and intergranular corrosion.
- Weldability: Both alloys have good weldability, but 347 stainless steel has added elements to prevent sensitization and intergranular corrosion during welding, even in high-temperature applications.
Overall, 316 stainless steel is commonly used for its corrosion resistance, while 347 stainless steel is preferred in applications with high-temperature conditions and a need for resistance to sensitization and intergranular corrosion.
Actually, 347 stainless steel is highly resistant to rust and corrosion due to its composition and the formation. While it is not entirely immune to corrosion, it exhibits excellent corrosion resistance under normal conditions. Proper maintenance and avoiding exposure to harsh environments are important to maintain its corrosion-resistant properties.