The X2CrNi12 Coil is the stainless steel coils made of stainless steel. The composition of these alloys consists of nickel and some high amount of carbon and also it is having some percentage of chromium. These coils are the best suitable product for the constructions and building purpose. These coils are provided with the coating of anti-corrosive substances to protect it from getting corrosions through atmospheric conditions, toxic gases, and some chemicals. It is the type of austenitic steel.
These coils are having the main application in vehicle manufacturing and the sugar industries. The Panchdeep metal is the leading manufacturers of the X2CrNi12 Coils today. They provide the extra protective layer coating over the coils and they are prevented with all kind of corrosion effect and other effects. These are the austenitic kind of stainless steel and thus are little less brittle in nature. They are easy at machining and forming. They provide very flawless and excellent finish.
These are some of the tests conducted to examine the work efficiency of the X2CrNi12 Coil like the hardness test to examine the hardness of the coil, the flattening test to check the ductility of the steel and the tensile strength analysis to check the tensile strength. They are also analyzed by the chemical composition often to check whether the chemical composition is balanced or not.
The Panchdeep metal provides the different range of sizes in standard and custom. They are known for the best quality services to their customers at very reasonable price rates.
Stainless Steel X2CrNi12 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 X2CrNi12 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 X2CrNi12 Coils
|Tensile Strength||Yield Strength||Elongation (%)||Reduction of area (%)||Charpy(Akv)||Hardness|
|450-600MPa||260MPa min||20||53||J min||200 max|