Due to its ability to resist corrosion and be easy to maintain, stainless steel is very common in both home and commercial dining environments. In your home kitchen, you may find stainless steel used to make sinks, ovens, cutlery, or canopies, [SCALE STEEL]while commercially, stainless steel is also used as countertops, splash guards, and boilers. Depending on the need for corrosion resistance, different grades of stainless steel are used for different applications. For example, 1.4105 is often used in cutlery and food preparation areas because it needs to be resistant to corrosion, while 1.4105 May be used in your range[SCALE STEEL] hood and areas that are not in direct contact with food.
Classification: Ferritic stainless steel
Density: 7.7 g/cm 3
EN 10088-3:2005 Stainless steel. [SCALE STEEL]General purpose corrosion-resistant steel semi-finished products, bars, wires, profiles and bright products delivery technical conditions
EN 10088-1:2005 Stainless steel.
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Mechanical Properties of X6CrMoS17 steel (1.4105)
Rm - Tensile strength (MPa) (+A)430-630
[R P0.2 0.2% Yield strength (MPa) (+A)250
A - Minimum. [SCALE STEEL]Elongation at break (%) (+A)20
Brinell Hardness (HB) : (+A) 200
Performance of X6CrMoS17 steel (1.4105)
Intergranular corrosion resistance: in delivery condition - none; In a sensitive state? - No
1.4105 for a variety of applications. Another frequently used alloy, including applications that require good corrosion resistance and excellent drawing ability. Examples include writing instruments, utensils, tank [SCALE STEEL]covers, and pull-on housings
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