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- Order number: 46.10.0005.1000.400
- Note: LxW ca. 300 x 1000 mm
- Info: Special discount on larger quantities!
Due to a molybdenum addition of 6.0 to 6.5% and an increased nickel content of over 24%, this material is extremely corrosion-resistant and suitable for many applications in the food industry as well as environmental and partly in medical technology. The material Alloy 926 is seawater resistant, even at elevated temperatures in heat exchangers and at elevated salt concentrations such as in desalination plants. Since this material is almost non-magnetizable even in the hard-rolled state, it can be used for components that are exposed to strong magnetic fields.
The importance of Alloy 926 stainless steel in modern industry cannot be underestimated. Its unique properties have made it an indispensable material in various industries. From chemical processing to shipbuilding to the automotive industry, Alloy 926 has proven to meet the demands of demanding applications. The exceptional corrosion resistance of Alloy 926 enables operators of chemical plants to make their production processes more efficient and safer. In the automotive industry, it helps improve vehicle performance and durability. And in shipbuilding, it enables the construction of ships that can withstand the harsh conditions of the seas. Overall, stainless steel Alloy 926 has proven that it is far more than just ordinary stainless steel. Its unique properties make it a valuable material that is indispensable in various industries. The history of Alloy 926 is one of success and innovation, and it will continue to play an important role in modern industry.
Further application examples:
- Components in phosphoric acid production
- Components for the bleaching stage in the pulp industry
- Pressure vessels in the temperature range from -196 to 400° Celsius
- Tanks for storing and transporting aggressive chemical substances
- Building authority approval for components and fasteners in the indoor area of swimming pools (approved by the German Institute for Structural Engineering, September 1998)
The material 1.4529 is not listed in DIN EN 10 151 as a spring material.
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