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Difference Between SS316L and SS316Ti? Ti Stands For?

08/02/2010 8:43 AM

Please do confirm, what is basic difference between SS316 and SS316L?

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Re: Difference Between SS316L and SS316Ti? Ti Stands For?

08/02/2010 9:04 AM

The L is low carbon <0.03% (I think). 316 L gives better corrosion resistance at the heat affected zones of the welds.

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Re: Difference Between SS316L and SS316Ti? Ti Stands For?

08/02/2010 9:20 AM

Just noticed that half your question is in the title and the other half in the text.

Ti "stands for" Titanium which is added to stabilize the steal. It helps prevent carbide precipitation.

You should really look this up for yourself.

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Re: Difference Between SS316L and SS316Ti? Ti Stands For?

08/06/2010 6:57 PM

Banu...

As an art history major, you have probably never heard of the periodic table.

Here in the USA you are not permitted to escape from high school without at least a passing acquaintance.

Look at an element called "Titanium" in Group 4, Period 4........

Then GOOGLE titanium and learn more about it......

If you meant something else in your question, please get someone who knows English to help you with your word usage, diction and syntax..

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