People also ask
What is 321 stainless stainless stainless?
What is the corrosion resistance of foil?
Can alloy 321 be hardened by heat treatment?
What is foil used for?
Stainless Steel Foil Alloy 321 is an electric-furnace processed austenitic stainless steel. It is not heat treatable and non-magnetic in the annealed state. It contains 18% chromium, 8% nickel, and a substantial addition of titanium. The titanium forms insoluble and stable carbide which ties up all the carbon in the alloy and prevents it from precipitating as chromium carbides.
The titanium content of 321 stainless steel preserves corrosion resistance around weld points. This material maintains its corrosion resistance in temperatures up to 1500° F. Foil is often used as a heat-treating wrap in temperatures up to 2000° F. It is furnished with a crimping tool. For technical drawings and 3-D models, click on a part number.
Weldable 321 Stainless Steel The titanium content of 321 stainless steel preserves corrosion resistance around weld points. High-Temperature 309/310 Stainless Steel 309/310 stainless steel has high levels of chromium and nickel to provide good corrosion resistance at elevated temperatures. It's often used in heat exchangers and furnaces.
Ultra-high temperature 321 stainless steel foil is made with titanium to provide extra resistance to high temperatures, corrosion, and cracking. This alloy is often used for electrical, ornamental, and thermal applications. Type 321 stainless steel is also called a ticronic material.
Grade 321 stainless steel foil is a stabilized austenitic stainless steel foils with ...Product Name321 Thin Stainless Steel Foil ...Grades321HardnessFull Annealed, 1/4H, 1/2H, 3/4 ...Thickness0.01mm-0.08mm