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Applications and Benefits of Stainless Steel Castings There are different types of metals that can be used in any metal work project whether it is for home or building construction, metal decorations and accents, fixture installation, or furniture making. The most commonly used metal is stainless steel. Stainless steel is a versatile material that is corrosion-resistant because of its 10.5% chromium. Stainless steel is a very strong metal and can sustain high and low temperatures. Stainless steel have different types like ferritic, austenitic, and martensitic with different characteristics. There are many applications of stainless steel such as oil, gas, and chemical industries for manufacturing pipes, pumps, tanks, and valves. Stainless steel is usually used to reinforce bars for construction and building projects, and used for automotive industry’s exhaust system as it handles high temperature and it is resistant to corrosion. In many cases, stainless steel offers the most cost-efficient solution, requiring less maintenance, and possessing longer service life for equipment. Ferritic stainless steels are not hardenable by heat treatment, magnetic, contain 10.5 % and 18%, with low carbon content, and have good formability, and durability. Martensitic stainless steels are hardenable and magnetic used in cutlery, general engineering, and aerospace. When it comes to the most common stainless steel, they are called austenitic stainless steels that contain 8% nickel and 18%chromium, nonmagnetic, and super austenitic grades possess great crevice and pitting corrosion resistance. Duplex stainless steels contain high chromium levels and moderate amounts of nickel, having high resistance to corrosion, as well as excellent mechanical properties. A very efficient manner of manufacturing stainless steel high-quality castings is through lost wax technique. Lost wax technique produces castings characterized by precise tolerances and low surface roughness values. Lost wax technique virtually cast any steel alloy, complex shapes can be cast as one component, undercuts can be cast, suitable for larger and smaller series, and freedom in design and style. When it comes to the most commonly cast stainless steel alloys they include 316 (plates, gears, housing), 304 (food grade steel, housings, bodies), 304L/316L, 410 & 416 (brackets, bushings, handles, housings), and 17 (rods, links, pins, arms). If you are looking for help for your stainless steel casting, we are here to make things possible for you because we are considered an expert in this field for many years now. If you require them, we can provide specific mechanical specifications and material chemistry, and we are also capable of pouring other air melt alloys upon request. Feel free to check our website or homepage for more details about our stainless steel casting services. We are dedicated, committed, and passionate about providing the best stainless steel casting services to our clients, whether you need them for construction, engineering, architecture, food industry, healthcare, military, factories, and other industries needing stainless steel material.Incredible Lessons I’ve Learned About Experts

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