S32760 Stainless Steel Features
- Resistance to sulfide stress cracking (SSC)
- High resistance to erosion and abrasion
- Low thermal expansion coefficient
- Resistance to hydrogen embrittlement
- Good resistance to organic and inorganic acids
- High resistance to alkali and salt solutions
- Resistance to chlorides, sulfuric acid, and hydrochloric acid
- High resistance to scaling and oxidation
- Low maintenance and long service life
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S32760 is a super duplex stainless steel known for its exceptional strength and resistance to corrosion. A high-performance alloy composed of a unique combination of ferritic stainless steel. It also has good ductility and toughness. Thus, it is easy to form and weld.
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|Tensile Strength||750-1000 MPa|
|Yield Strength||550-750 MPa|
|Hardness||HRB 90-100 or HRC 25-35|
|Modulus of Elasticity||200 GPa|
S32760 Stainless Steel Specifications
- ASTM A240
- ASTM A276
- ASTM A479
- UNS S32760
- EN 1.4501
- NACE MR0175/ISO 15156
Solution annealing of s32760 was performed at temperatures between 1020°C and 1100°C, depending on the specific composition and desired properties.
The pickling process is typically performed after the steel has been fabricated and before it is used in its intended application. It is important to ensure that the steel is properly cleaned and pickled before use to prevent any potential corrosion or contamination.
S32760 stainless steel welding process requires some care to avoid defects. It requires the use of low heat input and a slow cooling rate to prevent the formation of harmful intermetallic phases.