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Stainless Steel 347
- Pipe Fittings
- Weld Wire
- Related Metals : Reval 31(tm), 5R60(tm), Prodec 316(tm), Project 70 316(tm), Project 7000 Stainless 316(tm), Speed-E-Mac 316(tm), Maxival(tm) 316
- Specifications : AFNOR Z7CND 18-12-03, AISI 316, AMS 5524, AMS 5573, AMS 5648, AMS 5690, AMS 5696, ASTM A167, ASTM A182, ASTM A193(B8M,MA,M2 & M3), ASTM A194 (316, 8M, 8MA), ASTM A213, ASTM A240, ASTM A249, ASTM A269, ASTM A270, ASTM A271, ASTM A276, ASTM A312, ASTM A313, ASTM A314, ASTM A320 (316,B8M,B8MA), ASTM A336, ASTM A358, ASTM A368, ASTM A376, ASTM A403, ASTM A409, ASTM A430, ASTM A473, ASTM A478, ASTM A479, ASTM A492, ASTM A493, ASTM A511, ASTM A554, ASTM A580, ASTM A632, ASTM A666, ASTM A688, ASTM A771, ASTM A813, ASTM A814, ASTM A826, ASTM F138, DIN 1.4401, DIN 1.4436, MIL S-5059, MIL S-7720, QQ S763, QQ S766, UNS S31600
Principal Design Features
- Carbon : 0.08 max
- Chromium : 16 - 18
- Iron : Balance
- Manganese : 2 max
- Molybdenum : 2 - 3
- Nickel : 10 - 14
- Phosphorus : 0.045 max
- Silicon : 1 max
- Sulphur : 0.03 max
This austenitic stainless steel has an increased molybdenum content to increase its resistance to corrosion when compared
to other 300 series alloys. It will resist scaling at temperatures up to 1600 F (871 C) and maintains good mechanical properties and
Widely used in industry, it was initially designed for paper mill machinery. It has been used in marine environments and a
wide variety of general industrial components.
Low speeds and constant feeds will minimize this alloy's tendency to work harden. Tougher than 304 stainless with
a long stringy chip, the use of chip breakers is recommended. Many companies now offer premium machinability grades,
such as CarTech with the
Resistant to a wide variety of marine environments, salts, dilute nitric, acetic and sulfuric acids.
All common fusion and resistance methods except oxyacetylene welding have proven successful. Use AWS E/ER316 or 316L
filler metal for best results.
All common hot working processes are possible with this alloy. Heat to 2100-2300 F (1149-1260 C). Avoid working this material
below 1700 F (927 C). For optimum corrosion resistance, a post-work annealing is recommended.
Shearing, stamping, heading and drawing can be successfully performed . To remove internal stresses, a post-work
annealing is recommended
1850-2050 F (1010-1121 C), followed by rapid cooling.
This alloy does not respond to heat treatment. Cold work will cause an increase in both hardness and strength.
- Density (lb / cu. in.) : 0.288
- Specific Gravity : 7.95
- Specific Heat (Btu/lb/Deg F - [32-212 Deg F]) : 0.12
- Electrical Resistivity (microhm-cm (at 68 Deg F)) : 445
- Melting Point (Deg F) : 2550
- Modulus of Elasticity Tension : 28
MSO currently has no data available for this grade.