Alloys Ferritic Stainless Steel

Ferritic Stainless Steel

Ferritic steel is a grade of stainless steel alloy containing more than 12% chromium and differs from other types of stainless steel in two crucial regards: its chemical composition and its molecular grain structure. Here are some of the key things you should know about each of these differences.

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Ferritic Grades

Ferritic stainless steel is really defined as a straight chromium non-hardenable class of stainless alloys which have chromium ranging from 10.5% to 30% and a carbon level under .20%. These steels are essentially non-hardenable by heat treatment and only slightly hardenable by cold rolling.

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