1.4541 has excellent resistance to a wide variety of corrosive media including hot oil products, steam and combustion gases. In continuous operation in air, good resistance to oxidation up to 900 ° C, with temperature changes up to 800 ° C. When operating in carbon dioxide resistant up to 650 ° C. After all known welding methods easily weldable. It is alloyed with titanium carbide and therefore grain decay resistand according to EN ISO 3651, so that, independent of the cross-sectional, a thermal after-treatment after welding is not required. The material is characterized by good ductility. For machining only well-sharpened tools are to be used, otherwise held a strong surface hardening which complicates further processing.
|EN Material Symbol||X6CrNiTi18 10|
|AFNOR||Z 6 CNDT 18-10|
|B.S.||321 S 31, 321 S51, 321 S18; 321 S 12|
1.4541 is mainly used in the sectors of nuclear power (also in liquid sodium), reactor instrumentation, chemical apparatus (very good corrosion resistance), eg for production of acetic and nitric acid, heat exchangers, furnaces, paper and textile industries, petroleum refining and petrochemicals, grease and soap industry, food industry, dairy and fermentation plants.
|≤ %||≤ %||≤ %||≤ %||≤ %||%||%||≤ %|
|0.08||1,0||2,0||0,045||0,015||17,0-19,0||9,0-12,0||5 x C ≤ 0.70|
* S ≤ 0,30 (for long term products)
S =0,015 – 0,030 ( for products to be processed)
|Temperature Range||Density kg/dm3||Hardness HB 30|
|Up to 550° C||7.9||≤ 215|
1.4316, 1.4551, 1.4576
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