316 Stainless Steel Strip
Stainless steel strip is simply the extension of the ultra-thin stainless steel plate, it is a narrow, long steel plate. Chemical Composition of 316 Stainless Steel Strip C ：≤0.08 Si：≤1.00 Mn：≤2.00 S ：≤0.030 P ：≤0.035 Cr：16.00～18.50 Ni：10.00～14.00 Mo：2.00～3.00 Performance of 316 Stainless Steel...
Stainless steel strip is simply the extension of the ultra-thin stainless steel plate, it is a narrow, long steel plate.
Chemical Composition of 316 Stainless Steel Strip
Performance of 316 Stainless Steel Strip
Tensile Strength ≥520
Hardness HB ≤187 HRB≤90 HV ≤200
Density: 7.93 g·cm-3
Specific Heat: c(20℃)0.502 J·(g·C)-1
Resistivity: 0.73 Ω·mm2·m-1
Melting Point: 1398～1420℃
Mechanical Property of 316 Stainless Steel Strip
Tensile Strength σb (MPa)：≥520
Offset Yield Strength σ0.2 (MPa)：≥205
Elongation Rate δ5 (%)：≥40
Reduction of Area ψ (%)：≥60
Heat Treatment Specification and Metallographic Structure
Heat treatment specification: solid solution 1010 ℃ ~ 1150 ℃ fast cooling.
Metallographic structure: the microstructure is austenitic.
Delivery status: generally delivered in the heat treatment state, the type of heat treatment specified in the contract; if not specified, delivered according to the state of non-heat treatment state.
Stainless steel strip like other materials, physical properties include the following 3 aspects: Melting point, specific heat capacity, thermal conductivity and linear expansion coefficient, such as thermodynamic properties, resistivity, conductivity and permeability and other electromagnetic properties, as well as Young's elastic modulus, stiffness coefficient and other mechanical properties. These properties are generally considered to be intrinsic properties of stainless steel materials, but are also affected by such factors as temperature, processing, and magnetic field strength. Under normal circumstances, stainless steel and pure iron compared with low thermal conductivity, resistance, and linear expansion coefficient and permeability performance according to the crystalline structure of stainless steel itself. Table 4-1~ Table 4-5 shows the physical properties of the main grades of martensitic stainless steel, ferritic stainless steel, austenitic stainless steel, precipitated hardened stainless steel and duplex stainless steel. such as density, melting point, specific heat capacity, heat conduction coefficient, linear expansion coefficient, resistivity, permeability and longitudinal elasticity coefficient and other parameters