Stainless Steel is a type of steel that contains a minimum of 10% Chromium, along with other alloy elements. It is known for its ability to resist corrosion and rust caused by exposure to water or humid air. In the oil industry, there are four main groups of Stainless Alloys used, including Austenitic (300 Series), Martensitic (400 Series and 13 Chrome), Duplex (2205, 2507, 2304), and Precipitation Hardening (17-4).
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Quenched and Double-Tempered
2-1/2″ to 11-1/2″ OD Hot Rolled
9″ OD to 26-1/2 OD Forged
410 is a martensitic stainless and is the basic chromium grade of stainless steel. It combines good corrosion resistance with the ability to develop hardness and mechanical properties by conventional heat treating methods that are similar to those of 4130 alloy steel. Our 410 QDT has an 80,000 PSI minimum yield strength with a hardness range of 18-22 RC.
2″ OD to 8″ OD Hot Rolled
9″ OD to 27″ OD Forged
17-4 is a precipitation hardened stainless steel that can achieve a wide variety of strength levels when properly solution annealed and age hardened. Our 17-4 is double H 1150 condition to 105,000 PSI minimum yield, limited to a 33 RC maximum.
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