Highley Steel Ltd
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
Highley Steel Ltd Ferritic Chromium Stainless Steels 1.4016 (430), 1.4016 (430 L), 1.4113 (434), 1.4510 (430 Ti), 1.4520 (430 Ti)
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Werkstoff
Comparable Standard Type
Annealed Skinpassed
Material No:
AISI                AFNOR                BS
Rm (n/mm²)         R P 0.2 (N/mm²)             A 80 (%)
Mechanical Properties Temper Rolled (n/mm²)
Werkstoff
Material No:
430 430 L 434 430 Ti 430 TiL
1.4016 1.4016 1.4113 1.4510 1.4520
Z 8 C 17 Z 8 C 17 Z 8 CD 17-1 Z 8 CT 17 Z 2 CT 17
430 S 17 430 L 430 Ti L
< 600 < 600 < 700 < 600 < 550 _ _ _ _ _ > 230 > 230 > 300 > 280 > 250 _ _ _ _ _ > 20 > 20 > 15 > 20 > 22 _ _ _ _ _
1.4016 1.4016 1.4113 1.4510 1.4520
   TH 700                              TH 800                              TH 1000                             TH 1200
< 650 < 650  _ _ < 800 < 800    _ _ < 1000 < 1200 _ _ < 1200 _
Ferritic Chromium Stainless Steels   Ferritic stainless steel has properties similar to mild steel but with the better corrosion resistance. The most common of these steels are 12% and 17% chromium containing steels, with 12% used mostly in structural applications and 17% in housewares, boilers, washing machines and indoor architecture. Ferritic grades have been developed to provide a group of stainless steel to resist corrosion and oxidation, while being highly resistant to stress corrosion cracking. These steels are magnetic but cannot be hardened or strengthened by heat treatment. They can be cold worked and softened by annealing. As a group, they are more corrosive resistant than the martensitic grades, but generally inferior to the Austenitic grades. Like martensitic grades, these are straight chromium steels with no nickel. They are used for decorative trim, sinks, and automotive applications, particularly exhaust systems. Ferritic Chromium stainless steel consists of iron-chromium alloys with body centered cubic crystal structures. They can have good ductility and formability, but high-temperature strengths are relatively poor when compared to Austenitic grades. Some Ferritic stainless (such as types 409 and 405) used, for example, in mufflers, exhaust systems, kitchen counters and sinks, cost less than other stainless steels. Other more highly alloyed steels low in C and N (such as types 444 and 261) are more costly, but are highly resistant to chlorides. Ferritic chromium stainless steels generally have better engineering properties than Austenitic grades, but have reduced corrosion resistance, because of the lower chromium and nickel content. They are also usually less expensive. They contain between 10.5% and 27% chromium and very little nickel, if any, but some types can contain lead. Most compositions include molybdenum; some, aluminium or titanium. Common Ferritic grades include 18Cr-2Mo, 26Cr-1Mo, 29Cr-4Mo, and 29Cr-4Mo- 2Ni. These alloys can be degraded by the presence of \sigma chromium, an inter metallic phase which can precipitate upon welding. Ferritic Stainless Steel Ferritic Stainless Steel grades have been developed to provide a group of stainless steel to resist corrosion and oxidation, while being highly resistant to stress corrosion cracking. These steels are magnetic but cannot be hardened or strengthened by heat treatment. They can be cold worked and softened by annealing. As a group, they are more corrosive resistant than the martensitic grades, but generally inferior to the austenitic grades. Like martensitic grades, these are straight chromium steels with no nickel. They are used for decorative trim, sinks, and automotive applications, particularly exhaust systems.
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
Ferritic stainless steels Information: Stainless steel is the name given to a family of corrosion and heat resistant steels containing a minimum of 10.5% chromium. Just as there is a range of structural and engineering carbon steels meeting different requirements of strength, weldability and toughness, so there is a wide range of stainless steels with progressively higher levels of corrosion resistance and strength. This results from the controlled addition of alloying elements, each offering specific attributes in respect of strength and ability to resist different environments. The available grades of stainless steel can be classified into five basic families: Ferritic, martensitic, austenitic, duplex and precipitation hardenable.
email: sales@highleysteel.co.uk
Ferritic Stainless Steel
Highley Steel Ltd
Highley Steel Ltd Ferritic Chromium Stainless Steels 1.4016 (430), 1.4016 (430 L), 1.4113 (434), 1.4510 (430 Ti), 1.4520 (430 Ti)
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
PRECISION STEEL STRIP
Tel:  +44 (0) 1384 396660
Fax: +44 (0) 1384 396662
PRODUCTS
Werkstoff
Comparable Standard Type
Material No:
AISI                 AFNOR             BS
Werkstoff
Material No:
Annealed Skinpassed
Rm (n/mm²)      R P 0.2 (N/mm²)        A 80 (%)
Ferritic Chromium Stainless Steels   Ferritic stainless steel has properties similar to mild steel but with the better corrosion resistance. The most common of these steels are 12% and 17% chromium containing steels, with 12% used mostly in structural applications and 17% in housewares, boilers, washing machines and indoor architecture. Ferritic grades have been developed to provide a group of stainless steel to resist corrosion and oxidation, while being highly resistant to stress corrosion cracking. These steels are magnetic but cannot be hardened or strengthened by heat treatment. They can be cold worked and softened by annealing. As a group, they are more corrosive resistant than the martensitic grades, but generally inferior to the Austenitic grades. Like martensitic grades, these are straight chromium steels with no nickel. They are used for decorative trim, sinks, and automotive applications, particularly exhaust systems. Ferritic Chromium stainless steel consists of iron-chromium alloys with body centered cubic crystal structures. They can have good ductility and formability, but high-temperature strengths are relatively poor when compared to Austenitic grades. Some Ferritic stainless (such as types 409 and 405) used, for example, in mufflers, exhaust systems, kitchen counters and sinks, cost less than other stainless steels. Other more highly alloyed steels low in C and N (such as types 444 and 261) are more costly, but are highly resistant to chlorides. Ferritic chromium stainless steels generally have better engineering properties than Austenitic grades, but have reduced corrosion resistance, because of the lower chromium and nickel content. They are also usually less expensive. They contain between 10.5% and 27% chromium and very little nickel, if any, but some types can contain lead. Most compositions include molybdenum; some, aluminium or titanium. Common Ferritic grades include 18Cr-2Mo, 26Cr-1Mo, 29Cr-4Mo, and 29Cr-4Mo-2Ni. These alloys can be degraded by the presence of \sigma chromium, an inter metallic phase which can precipitate upon welding. Ferritic Stainless Steel Ferritic Stainless Steel grades have been developed to provide a group of stainless steel to resist corrosion and oxidation, while being highly resistant to stress corrosion cracking. These steels are magnetic but cannot be hardened or strengthened by heat treatment. They can be cold worked and softened by annealing. As a group, they are more corrosive resistant than the martensitic grades, but generally inferior to the austenitic grades. Like martensitic grades, these are straight chromium steels with no nickel. They are used for decorative trim, sinks, and automotive applications, particularly exhaust systems.
430 430 L 434 430 Ti 430 TiL
1.4016 1.4016 1.4113 1.4510 1.4520
Z 8 C 17 Z 8 C 17 Z 8 CD 17-1 Z 8 CT 17 Z 2 CT 17
430 S 17 430 L 430 Ti L
< 600 < 600 < 700 < 600 < 550 _ _ _ _ _ > 230 > 230 > 300 > 280 > 250 _ _ _ _ _ > 20 > 20 > 15 > 20 > 22 _ _ _ _ _
1.4016 1.4016 1.4113 1.4510 1.4520
Ferritic stainless steels Information: Stainless steel is the name given to a family of corrosion and heat resistant steels containing a minimum of 10.5% chromium. Just as there is a range of structural and engineering carbon steels meeting different requirements of strength, weldability and toughness, so there is a wide range of stainless steels with progressively higher levels of corrosion resistance and strength. This results from the controlled addition of alloying elements, each offering specific attributes in respect of strength and ability to resist different environments. The available grades of stainless steel can be classified into five basic families: Ferritic, martensitic, austenitic, duplex and precipitation hardenable.
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
email: sales@highleysteel.co.uk
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