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Highley Steel Ltd Block F, 3-4 Mill Race Lane, Stourbridge Trading Estate Stourbridge, West Midlands, DY8 1JN Telephone: 01384 39660 Fax: 01384 396662
Highley Steel Ltd Austenitic Chromium Nickel Stainless Steels 1.4301 (304), 1.4301 (304), 1.4306 (304 L), 1.4306 (305), 1.4303 (301), 1.4310 (301)
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Werkstoff Comparable Standard Type Annealed Skinpassed 1.4301 1.4301 1.4306 1.4306 1.4303 1.4310 304 304 304 L 305 301 301 Material No: AISI	               AFNOR	               BS Z 6 CN 18-9 Z 6 CN 18-9 Z 2 CN 18-9 Z 8 CN 18-12 Z 12 CN 17-7 Z 12 CN 18-7 304 S 31 304 S 31 304 S 11 305 S 19 301 S 21 301 S 21 Rm (n/mm˛)          R P 0.2 (N/mm˛)                A 80 (%) < 720 < 700 < 650 < 650 < 930 < 850 _ _ _ _ _ _ > 230 > 220 > 200 > 200 > 300 > 280 _ _ _ _ _ _ > 42 > 45 > 45 > 45 > 45 > 45 _ _ _ _ _ _ Mechanical Properties Temper Rolled (n/mm˛)   TH 800      TH 1000      TH 1200        TH 1400        TH 1600        TH 1800        TH 1900        TH 2000         TH 2200     1500-1650 1500-1650     1650-1800 1650-1800     1800-1950 1800-1950     1950-2100 1950-2100     2100-2250 < 900 < 900    _ _ < 1000 < 1000    1050-1200 _ _ < 1200    1200-1350 1200-1350 _ < 1400    1350-1500 1350-1500 _ Werkstoff 1.4301 1.4301 1.4306 1.4306 1.4303 1.4310 Material No:
Austenitic Chromium Nickel Stainless Steels Austenitic Stainless Steel is the most widely used type of stainless steel. Nickel and manganese are two alloying elements that will make the structure fully Austenitic if added in appropriate amounts. An Austenitic structure promotes ductility, non-magnetic properties, good weld ability and possibilities for a wide range of service temperatures. The range of applications of Austenitic stainless steel includes housewares, containers, industrial piping and vessels, architectural facades and constructional structures. Austenitic grades are those alloys which are commonly in use for stainless applications. The Austenitic grades are not magnetic. The most common Austenitic alloys are iron-chromium-nickel steels and are widely known as the 300 series. The Austenitic stainless steels, because of their high chromium and nickel content, are the most corrosion resistant of the stainless group providing unusually fine mechanical properties. They cannot be hardened by heat treatment, but can be hardened significantly by cold-working. Austenitic Chromium Nickel stainless steels have high ductility, low yield stress and relatively high ultimate tensile strength, when compare to a typical carbon steel. A carbon steel on cooling transforms from Austenitic to a mixture of ferrite and cementite. With Austenitic stainless steel, the high chrome and nickel content suppress this transformation keeping the material fully Austenitic on cooling (The Nickel maintains the Austenitic phase on cooling and the Chrome slows the transformation down so that a fully Austenitic structure can be achieved with only 8% Nickel).  Austenitic chromium nickel stainless steel can be tested by Non-destructive testing using the Dye penetrant inspection method but not the Magnetic particle inspection method. Primary stainless steel used in aviation construction. Chemical and steel industry applicable Grades are 308,308L,316,316L , 316LN Nitrogen bearing, 312, 309L, 310L L denotes carbon percentage less than .03% mostly used for corrosion heat resistance has work hardening properties welding primarily done by TIG and MMAW process however GMAW, FCW, SAW process are also used. Another grade 312 is used for dissimilar steel welding , also known as universal alloy steel as unknown composition steels can be welded. For high temperature application >600*C ss309,310 grades are prefered.
Precision Stainless Steel slitting Austenitic Stainless Steel Coil Highley Steel Ltd stocks a wide range of sizes in various grades of Austenitic Stainless Steel Coil Austenitic stainless steels have high ductility, low yield stress and relatively high ultimate tensile strength, when compared to a typical carbon steel.
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Austenitic Stainless Steels Information: Austenitic Stainless Steels are the most common and familiar types of stainless steel. They are most easily recognized as non-magnetic. They are extremely formable and weldable, and they can be successfully used from cryogenic temperatures to the red-hot temperatures of furnaces and jet engines. They contain between about 16 and 25% chromium, and they can contain nitrogen in solution, both of which contribute to their high corrosion resistance. Were it not for the cost of the nickel that helps stabilize their austenitic structure, these alloys would be used even more widely. Because their greater thermal expansion co-efficient tends to cause the protective oxide coating to spall.
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Austenitic Stainless Steel
Highley Steel Ltd
Highley Steel Ltd Austenitic Chromium Nickel Stainless Steels 1.4301 (304), 1.4301 (304), 1.4306 (304 L), 1.4306 (305), 1.4303 (301), 1.4310 (301)
Years of experience in Cold Rolled Precision Strip Supplies. “Highley Recommended”
Highley Steel Ltd Block F, 3-4 Mill Race Lane, Stourbridge Trading Estate Stourbridge, West Midlands, DY8 1JN Telephone: 01384 39660 Fax: 01384 396662
 Company registration: 06880960
email:
HIGHLEY Steel
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Tel:  +44 (0) 1384 396660
Fax: +44 (0) 1384 396662
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Werkstoff
Comparable Standard Type
1.4301 1.4301 1.4306 1.4306 1.4303 1.4310
304 304 304 L 305 301 301
Material No:
AISI                 AFNOR             BS
Z 6 CN 18-9 Z 6 CN 18-9 Z 2 CN 18-9 Z 8 CN 18-12 Z 12 CN 17-7 Z 12 CN 18-7
304 S 31 304 S 31 304 S 11 305 S 19 301 S 21 301 S 21
Werkstoff
1.4301 1.4301 1.4306 1.4306 1.4303 1.4310
Material No:
Annealed Skinpassed
Rm (n/mm²)      R P 0.2 (N/mm²)        A 80 (%)
< 720 < 700 < 650 < 650 < 930 < 850 _ _ _ _ _ _ > 230 > 220 > 200 > 200 > 300 > 280 _ _ _ _ _ _ > 42 > 45 > 45 > 45 > 45 > 45 _ _ _ _ _ _
Austenitic Chromium Nickel Stainless Steels Austenitic Stainless Steel is the most widely used type of stainless steel. Nickel and manganese are two alloying elements that will make the structure fully Austenitic if added in appropriate amounts. An Austenitic structure promotes ductility, non-magnetic properties, good weld ability and possibilities for a wide range of service temperatures. The range of applications of Austenitic stainless steel includes housewares, containers, industrial piping and vessels, architectural facades and constructional structures. Austenitic grades are those alloys which are commonly in use for stainless applications. The Austenitic grades are not magnetic. The most common Austenitic alloys are iron-chromium-nickel steels and are widely known as the 300 series. The Austenitic stainless steels, because of their high chromium and nickel content, are the most corrosion resistant of the stainless group providing unusually fine mechanical properties. They cannot be hardened by heat treatment, but can be hardened significantly by cold- working. Austenitic Chromium Nickel stainless steels have high ductility, low yield stress and relatively high ultimate tensile strength, when compare to a typical carbon steel. A carbon steel on cooling transforms from Austenitic to a mixture of ferrite and cementite. With Austenitic stainless steel, the high chrome and nickel content suppress this transformation keeping the material fully Austenitic on cooling (The Nickel maintains the Austenitic phase on cooling and the Chrome slows the transformation down so that a fully Austenitic structure can be achieved with only 8% Nickel).  Austenitic chromium nickel stainless steel can be tested by Non-destructive testing using the Dye penetrant inspection method but not the Magnetic particle inspection method. Primary stainless steel used in aviation construction. Chemical and steel industry applicable Grades are 308,308L,316,316L , 316LN Nitrogen bearing, 312, 309L, 310L L denotes carbon percentage less than .03% mostly used for corrosion heat resistance has work hardening properties welding primarily done by TIG and MMAW process however GMAW, FCW, SAW process are also used. Another grade 312 is used for dissimilar steel welding , also known as universal alloy steel as unknown composition steels can be welded. For high temperature application >600*C ss309,310 grades are prefered.
Austenitic Stainless Steels Information: Austenitic Stainless Steels are the most common and familiar types of stainless steel. They are most easily recognized as non-magnetic. They are extremely formable and weldable, and they can be successfully used from cryogenic temperatures to the red-hot temperatures of furnaces and jet engines. They contain between about 16 and 25% chromium, and they can contain nitrogen in solution, both of which contribute to their high corrosion resistance. Were it not for the cost of the nickel that helps stabilize their austenitic structure, these alloys would be used even more widely. Because their greater thermal expansion co-efficient tends to cause the protective oxide coating to spall.
High Carbon Steel Spring Steels Quenched & Tempered Tempering High Carbon Stainless Steel Strip Austenitic Stainless Steel Ferritic Stainless Steel Mild Steel Strip Classic Cold Rolled Micro Alloyed Strip High Strength Case Hardening Steel Soft Magnetic Steel Construction Mild Steel
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