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UNS S31635 | ASTM 316Ti, TP316Ti | EN number 1.4571
A titanium-stabilized austenitic stainless steel alloyed with molybdenum.
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Standard:UNS S31254 | EN number 1.4547
A high-alloy austenitic stainless steel characterized by very high resistance to corrosion in chloride media and good mechanical strength.
Sandvik Sanprint® XP is a hardened and tempered carbon steel used for printing doctor blade applications. The grade is a special martensitic alloy steel, particularly suitable for abrasive inks and is characterized by:
A high-alloy austenitic stainless steel with excellent corrosion resistance in environments containing, for example, sulphuric, nitric and phosphoric acid. The grade is commonly known as Alloy 20.,
Standard:UNS S32100 | ASTM 321/321H | EN number 1.4541
A titanium-stabilized austenitic stainless steel.
Standard:UNS S46910 | ASTM A693
A precipitation hardening stainless steel specifically designed for applications requiring high strength combined with good ductility in the final product. The grade has a good tempering effect and is part of the Sandvik medical materials range.
UNS S42000 | ASTM 420 | EN number 1.4028
A martensitic stainless chromium steel with low carbon content that after hardening is characterized by good corrosion resistance and high toughness. The grade is typically used for shaving heads in electric shavers and various kitchen tools.
Standard:ASTM 1095 | EN number 1.1274
A hardened and tempered carbon steel with very high tensile strength used for shock absorber shims.
A martensitic stainless chromium steel which after hardening is characterized by very high hardness and wear resistance. Sandvik 19C27 is typically used for industrial knives for cutting synthetic fibre, paper and plastic films.
Standard:ASTM (301) | EN number 1.4310
An austenitic stainless steel of ASTM 301 type characterized by high tensile strength. The grade is typically used for spring applications.
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