AISI 316/316L, W 1.4401/1.4404, X5CrNiMo17-12-2/X2CrNiMo17-12-1
Stainless Steel Balls aisi 316, stainless steel balls offer excellent corrosion resistance, this austenitic steel includes 2-3% of molybdenum what improves the corrosion resistance. Stainless steel balls 316 balls are used in dispenser valves, trigger sprayers, bearings, lotion pumps, body jewelry and other applications where corrosion resistance is critical.
|Diameter range:||0,5 mm – 150 mm|
|Grades:||ISO 3290 G100-G1000|
Unhardened Stainless Steel
AISI type 316 and 316L stainless steel balls meet requirements for an unhardened ball with excellent toughness and resistance to corrosion. Corrosion resistance may be increased through annealing. Both non-annealed and annealed balls are widely used in valves and related equipment.
Stainless type 316 and 316L balls are capable of resisting corrosion by such agents as oxidizing solutions, most organic chemicals, food stuffs and sterilizing solutions. They are moderately resistant to sulfuric acids. Non-magnetic properties available upon request. Applications include aerosol, sprayers, finger pump mechanisms, milk machine blenders, food processing equipment and medical applications
Material Analysis AISI 316/316L
316: C= max 0.07%, Cr=16.5 – 18.5%, Mn=max 2.0%, Si=max 1.00%, S= max 0.03%, P=max 0.045%, Ni=10.5 – 13.5%, Mo=2 – 2.5%
316L: C= max 0.03%, Cr=16 – 18%, Mn=max 2.0%, Si=max 1.00%, S= max 0.03%, P=max 0.045%, Ni=8 – 12%, Mo=2 – 3%
Non-annealed hardness, uniform throughout, as measured on parallel flat surface is Rockwell “c” 25 to 39. Annealed hardness is Rockwell “B” 75 to 90. Annealing of Type 316 and 316L stainless steel balls is available (must be specified at time of quotation and order). At Rockwell “B” 75 to 90, standard
|Hardness:||HRC 25 – 39|