SS 317 Pipes
Stainless Steel 317 Pipes has a higher chromium, nickel, and molybdenum content than standard 316 Pipes, allowing for increased strength and corrosion resistance. Stainless steel 317 pipes are more durable. Chip breakers are highly suggested. Food preparation equipment, laboratory benches, medical and surgical equipment, boat fittings, pharmaceutical, textile, and chemical processing equipment, and other items are all made from it. Stainless Steel 317 Pipes is the most corrosion-resistant of the 300 Series alloys, with the highest tensile and creep strength qualities at high temperatures. The minimum chromium concentration of 10.5 percent is one of stainless steel’s 317 Pipes’ most distinguishing features. SS 317 Pipes is a material that comprises three to four percent chromium, as well as nickel, carbon, molybdenum, and other components. The tensile strength of stainless steel 317 pipes is 75(515)Mpa, while the yield strength is 30. (205).
Properties of Stainless steel 317 Pipes
- High tensile strength
- Very durable
- Temperature resistant
- Easy formability and fabrication
- Low-maintenance (long-lasting)
- Attractive appearance
- Environmentally friendly (recyclable)
Features of SS 317 Pipes
- 317 stainless steel has similar corrosion resistance to 316 stainless steel. For most media, such as sulfuric acid, acid chloride, and phosphoric acid, the high molybdenum content ensures improved overall and local corrosion resistance. 317 stainless steel is prone to corrosion in strong oxidizing chemicals like nitric acid.
- 317 stainless steel has essentially the same performance as 317 stainless steel. The welding performance of 317 SS pipe and the intergranular corrosion resistance performance at high temperature (427 816 °C) are both superior to 317 SS pipe due to the decreased carbon content.
- When compared to 316L stainless steel pipe, the amounts of chromium, nickel, and molybdenum in 317L stainless steel pipe are increased by 2%, 1%, and 1%, respectively.