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Stainless Steel Foil Alloy 316L

Stainless Steel Foil Alloy 316L is considered an austenitic chromium nickel stainless steel that contains 2.5% Molybdenum. It offers a superior corrosion resistance to that of other chrome nickel steels such as Type 304. With excellent pitting resistance and good resistance to most chemicals involved in the paper, textile and photographic industries. Type 316L is be easily formed and drawn. 

Typical applications and used for type 316L include jet engines, exhaust manifolds, furnance parts, valve and pump trims. Type 316L is also an extra-low carbon version of Type 316 that minimizes harmful carbine precipitation due to welding. 

For more information about Stainless Steel Alloy 316L or other Stainless Steel Metals, please contact us at 
1-888-539-5602 or email us. 

1   Inches/inch/°F x 106 from 68°F to 572°F (20°C to 300°C)

2   Lbs.per cu.in. at 68°F (Annealed) ( x 27.68 gms./cu.Cm. at 20°C)

3   % IACS at 68°F (20°C) as annealed

4   % in 2 inches

5   x 106 PSI, tension

6   0.020 gauge and above (30T scale)

7   x 1000 psi

8   9.4 BTU per sq.ft.per hr. per °F

9   0.2% offset

Call us at 888-539-5602 today for a quote or simply get an online quote. You may also reach us via email at sales@cometmetals.comThe specifications shown on these pages are not for design purposes.

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