The grade X6Cr17 is not resistant in the environment of hydrochloric acid, hydrofluoric acid, and sulphuric acid. The grade 1.4016 belongs to the group of economical stainless steels, is not suitable for welding, has lower plasticity and low strength properties. It is used in the oil industry for tanks, fittings, food, textile, automotive, food 1.4510 (AISI 439), S43036 Datasheet METALCOR1.4510 / AISI 430 is a ferritic chromium stainless steel, stabilized with titanium. Very good resistance to intergranular and pitting corrosion.
stainless steels Corrosion in concrete (corrosion problems are not limited to outside surfaces !) Stainless steel provides both strength and corrosion resistance inside the concrete, providing a long, maintenance-free service life of the structure. Corrosion of unprotected carbon steel occurs even inside reinforced concrete structures as chlorides Equivalent International Stainless Steel GradesEquivalent International Stainless Steel Grades JSL Designation/ Gr INDIA/IS Letter Symbol GERMANY/DIN Designation Japan/JIS GOST ade UNS Designation USA - Canada / AISI - ASTM -ASME Ferritic Martensitic J-405 S40500 405 X04Cr12 1.4002 0Cr13Al X6CrAl13 SUS405 - J-409 S40900 409 - 1.4512 - X2CrTi12 SUH409 - J-409RC - - - - - - - - European and American Standards for stainless steels - TWIEuropean and American Standards for stainless steels. The table below compares European and American Standards for commonly used stainless steels. It is intended to give comparisons only; these may not represent direct equivalents. (2304) !
The selection of the appropriate stainless steel grade for each applic ation is the result of variou s considerations. In order to assis t the reader in this selection, Euro Inox makes the following tables of technical properties available: Chemical composition of stainless steels (flat products) Steelinox :Stainless steel AISI 430 / X6Cr17 / 1.4016 AFNOR Z8C17. JIS SUS430. X6Cr17. DIN 17740 1.4016. C 0,08 - 0,15 Cr 11,50 - 13,50. Steel grade 1.4016 is currently the most used ferritic stainless steel grade in the world. This medium chromium steel corresponds to the industry standard of AISI 430. Chromium content of 16% gives better corrosion resistance and the grade is used in wide range sheet forming, modeling, simulation, texture, crystal Hence in this work we use a texture component crystal plasticity finite element method for the simulation of plane strain compression (maximum thickness reduction 95%) of a ferritic stainless steel (X6Cr17, AISI 430, 1.4016).
Equivalent Materials. DIN X6Cr17. EN 1.4016. This material data has been provided by Matmatch. All metrics apply to room temperature unless otherwise stated. SI units used unless otherwise stated. Equivalent standards are similar to one or more standards provided by the supplier. Some equivalent standards may be stricter whereas others may be