Austenitic stainless steel

Austenitic stainless steel is a stainless steel material with good corrosion resistance and mechanical properties. It gets its name from the crystal structure of austenite, in which iron atoms form a solid solution with alloying elements such as chromium and nickel. Austenitic stainless steels usually contain higher chromium and nickel contents to enhance their corrosion resistance. Due to its good performance and wide application fields, austenitic stainless steel is widely used in the chemical industry, petroleum, aerospace, medical equipment, food processing and other industries. At the same time, with the development of science and technology, the types and properties of austenitic stainless steel have been continuously improved and innovated to meet the needs of different fields

Austenitic stainless steel Grades For Castings:

Nickel base alloys
A744 CF8M
A744 CF3
A744 CF3M
A744 CG3M
A744 CG8M
A744 CN7M
A744 CK3MCuN
Duplex Stainless Steel Castings for General Application
Duplex Stainless Steel Castings for General Application
Duplex for Pressure-Containing Parts
Duplex for Pressure-Containing Parts
A351 CE20N
A351 CF3
A351 CF8
A351 CF3M
A351 CF8M
A351 CF3MN
A351 CF8C
A351 CF10SMnN
A351 CG3M
A351 CG8M
A351 CH20
A351 CK20
A351 CK3MCUN
A351 CN7M
A351 HK40
A743 CF3
A743 CF3M
A743 CF3MN
A743 CF8
A743 CF8C
A743 CF8M
A743 CF10SMnN
A743 CF20
A743 CG3M
A743 CG8M
A743 CH20
A743 CK3MCuN
A743 CN7M
Duplex Stainless Steel Castings for General Application
Duplex Stainless Steel Castings for General Application