AISI 316Ti is the international name for the following material:
AISI 316Ti is a stainless, austenitic titanium stabilized chromium-nickel-molybdenum steel.
Titanium stabilization makes the AISI 316Ti more susceptible to pitting corrosion and has less resistance to chloride-induced stress corrosion cracking. The maximum application temperature can be increased with the titanium alloy.
After welding, the AISI 316Ti is resistant to intercrystalline corrosion and can be used without heat treatment due to its low carbon content.
When quenched, 316Ti material can be easily magnetized. The magnetizability increases with increasing cold working.
The 316Ti stainless steel is widely used in the petroleum, chemical and food industries. Furthermore, it is used in shipbuilding and in apparatus and pipeline construction.
Chemical composition AISI 316Ti
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