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  • Article - 2 Jan 2002
    Properties such as high thermal expansion, low thermal conductivity and low machinability compared to other metals need to be taken into account when designing with stainless steels. Many of these...
  • Article - 2 Jan 2002
    Stainless steels are heat treated for a variety of reasons. Treatments include annealing, hardening and stress relieving. They are used to restore desirable properties e.g. corrosion resistance to...
  • Article - 7 Nov 2001
    Suitable heat treatment can see this grade attain the highest hardness, strength and wear resistance of any stainless steel. This is due to the high carbon content. The composition is optimised for...
  • Article - 7 Nov 2001
    Glass is term used to describe various non-crystalline solids. It encompasses materials such as vitreous silica, sodium silicate, crystal, borosilicate, opal, phosphate and chalcogenide glasses as...
  • Article - 31 Oct 2001
    Vinyl wall coverings are used in both residential and commercial applications for aesthetic and practical reasons. Properties, design considerations, types, installation, maintenance, manufacturing...
  • Article - 26 Oct 2001
    Grade 430 is a non-hardenable grade that combines good corrosion resistance, formability and useful mechanical properties. It is resistant to nitric acid making it useful in the chemical industry, but...
  • Article - 23 Oct 2001
    420 is a higher carbon version of grade 410. When fully hardened it is the hardest of this family of stainless steels. Hardness is optimised at the expense of other properties. Typical applications...
  • Article - 23 Oct 2001
    410 is the basic martensitic grade stainless steel. They are optimised for high hardness, although other properties can be compromised. Corrosion resistance is aided by hardening. Typical applicatiosn...
  • Article - 23 Oct 2001
    321 is similar to 304, but uses titanium as a stabiliser. They differ in that they are resistant to intergranular corrosion after heating to temperatures in the carbide precipitation range....
  • Article - 4 Sep 2001
    Relative advantages, disadvantages and applications are listed together with a table of typical properties.