The SS 3Cr12L Coil is manufactured with one of the kinds of stainless steel. These are basically made of utility ferritic steel and are often termed as the replacement of the mild steel. The alloy used in these coils is much more efficient than the other type of stainless steel such as mild steel, and low carbon steel. These coils are constructed with much more tough steel product.
The alloy used in these coils is a little different than the other type of alloys. It becomes resistive to different factors like corrosion to oxidation, moisture, chloride substances and mild chemicals under very ambient temperature. It can also resist the effect of heat at a temperature of up to 500 degree Celsius. They sometimes become brittle when exposed to high temperature. These coils can be welded easily even at low temperature also. These coils do not require special machining purposes and thus can be machined easily.
These coils are having very less hardness and thus they are not being used in heavy industrial purposes such as in vehicle manufacturing and in sugar mining. They are having great use in the formation of small equipment and detailing and thus are having the great demand in the market.
The Panchdeep metal is the leading manufacturers of the SS 3Cr12L Coil. They provide the best quality chromium stainless steel alloys. Along with the product quality they also focus on the packaging of the substance. They are having the best kind of airtight boxes which protects the product from every direction. They are the best service providers with very reasonable rates.
Stainless Steel 3Cr12L Coils Specifications:
|Specifications||ASTM A240, ASME SA240|
|Standard||JIS, ASTM, AISI, GB, EN, DIN|
|Surface||2B, BA, HL, No. 4, Mirror etc.|
|Finish||Cold rolled, Hot rolled|
|Thickness||0-1 mm, 1-2 mm, 2-3 mm, 3-4 mm, 4-5 mm, >5 mm|
Chemical Properties of SS 3Cr12L Coils
|C||Si ≤||Mn ≤||P ≤||S ≤||N ≤||Cr||Ni|
|≤0.030||1.00||1.50||0.040||0.015||0.030||10.5 – 12.5||0.30 – 1.00|
Mechanical Properties of SS 3Cr12L Coils
|Tensile Strength||Yield Strength||Elongation (%)||Reduction of area (%)||Charpy(Akv)||Hardness|
|450-600MPa||260MPa min||20||53||J min||200 max|