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  • Article - 4 Mar 2013
    Stainless steel 317LMN is a higher molybdenum austenitic stainless steel alloyed with nitrogen to provide high corrosion resistance in acidic chloride-containing environments when compared to 316L and...
  • Article - 27 Feb 2013
    The 200 series stainless steels posses a lesser content of nickel than the 300 series austentic stainless steels. Grade 201 is a cheaper alternative to traditional Cr-Ni austenitic stainless steels...
  • Article - 13 Sep 2012
    Stainless steels are high-alloy steels which have high corrosion resistance than other steels owing to the presence of large amounts of chromium in the range of 4 to 30%. Stainless steels are...
  • Article - 13 Sep 2012
    Stainless steels are high-alloy steels. They have high corrosion resistance compared to other steels due to the presence of large amounts of chromium. Based on their crystalline structure, they are...
  • Article - 13 Sep 2012
    Stainless steels are high-alloy steels. They have high corrosion resistance when compared to other steels due to the presence of large amounts of chromium. Based on their crystalline structure, they...
  • Article - 21 Nov 2009
    SuperDuplex stainless like Duplex, is a mixed microstructure of austenite and ferrite (50/50) which has improved strength over ferritic and austenitic steel grades. This article outlines the chemical...
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    The Axios FAST is PANalytical’s superior quality simultaneous WDXRF spectrometer. It is constructed on the robust Axios platform and is designed for quick analysis and increased sample throughput...
  • Article - 7 Nov 2001
    904L is a low carbon, high alloy austenitic stainless steel. It has excellent formability, weldability and toughness. It has good resistance to reducing acids as well as chloride attack. Typical...
  • Article - 8 May 2001
    Steel properties are dictated by their crystal structures. The practical implications are explored and structures explained including ferrite, austenite, cementite, pearlite, martensite and bainite.
  • Article - 24 Apr 2001
    Properties of steels can be influenced by heat treatments such as annealing, normalising, quenching, tempering, carburising and nitriding. These and other processes are reviewed.