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Benefits

Cold rolled coil, strip and sheet

  • Great width selection in coils, strips and sheets 
  • Excellent dimensional accuracy
  • Available in austenitic, ferritic, duplex and martensitic grades, with wide variety of special surfaces 

Outokumpu services

  • Exclusive service center network covering Europe, Asia and Australia
  • Material selection support and expertise through our own R&D centers
  • Outokumpu ranges offer right product for use in even the harshest conditions 

Why stainless steel? 

  • Visually appealing, resistant to corrosion
  • Durable in environments where other materials fail
  • Low maintenance results in lower lifecycle cost making stainless a sustainable solution. 

Cold rolled coil, strip and sheet for unmatched versatility 

Available for use in a wide variety of applications, Outokumpu cold rolled coil, strip and sheet products are put to work across all industries and markets. Heat- and corrosion-resistant, lightweight yet strong, durable and fully recyclable, stainless steel coil, strip and sheet is exceptionally versatile.

Cold rolled coil, strip and sheet are produced in all stainless steel types: austenitic, ferritic, duplex and martensitic. A wide selection of standard and special surface finishes provide a unique level of customization.

Outokumpu offering includes semi-cold rolled surface RAP®2E: it is cold rolled, heat treated, mechanically descaled and pickled. It is a relatively rough shotblasted finish with cold band dimensional tolerances.

Outokumpu has the ability to produce coils up to two meters in width in Avesta Sweden (72 inches in Calvert in the U.S.), as well as the most comprehensive thickness range. Check the thickness range from table below. Strip can be produced in a variety of widths, depending on the gauge required. Using the modern technology, an entire range of strip can be produced to the tightest tolerance. For thinner gauges and narrower strip check Outokumpu precision strip offering.

Outokumpu has extensive coil service center network that operates as extended workbenches of our cold rolling mills and offer you proven benefits; delivery reliability, quality assurance and lot sizes to match any of your requirements. Find out more about our stainless steel products and services available in at each service center location below.

From complete control of the production process – beginning at Outokumpu’s own Kemi mine, the source of chrome used to produce stainless steel – to advanced production efficiencies, unmatched technical expertise and unwavering commitment to quality, Outokumpu delivers significant value to our customers.

Available grades, dimensions and services


METRIC DIMENSIONS

Surface finish

Thickness (mm)

Width (mm)

2B – Cold rolled, heat treated, pickled, skin passed

0.258.0

max. 2032

2D – Cold rolled, heat treated, pickled

0.46.35

max. 1524

2E – Cold rolled, heat treated, mechanically descaled

0.48.0

max. 2032

2R – Cold rolled, bright annealed

0.253.5

max. 1524

2H – Work hardened

0.46.35

max. 1524

Polished, brushed

0.54.0

max. 1524

Deco

0.33.5

max. 1524

                         

 

IMPERIAL DIMENSIONS – PRODUCTS AVAILABLE FROM OUTOKUMPU AMERICAS

Surface finish

Gauge (in)

Width (in)

2B – Cold rolled, heat treated, pickled, skin passed

1024

max. 72*

2D – Cold rolled, heat treated, pickled

1224

max. 60

BA Mexinox only

1828

max. 48

Deco Rolled-On Mexinox only

1428

max. 48

Polished (not brushed)

1124

max. 60

Temper rolled Mexinox only

1329

max. 48

                                           

The availability of surface finishes and dimensions depends on the steel grade. Check Outokumpu Steel Finder for more specific information. 

*) Only 304L and 316L grades are available in 72” width

This is Outokumpu standard dimensions, other dimensions are available on request. Please contact Outokumpu sales to discuss your needs.

Do you need a stainless steel that is produced in Americas? View Outokumpu product offering in Calvert, AL and in Mexinox

Moda 430/4016

Description A classic 16% chromium ferritic stainless steel used in mildly corrosive environments.

EN 1.4016

ASTM type 430

ASTM UNS S43000

Microstructure Ferritic

Typical applications

  • Kitchen equipment
  • Household appliances
  • Sinks
  • Flanges and valves

Datasheet Download Moda range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.05

Cr 16.2

Ni -

Mo -

N -

Others -

Moda 439/4510

Description A titanium-stabilized 17% chromium ferritic steel with improved corrosion resistance, formability, and weldability compared to Moda 430/4016.

EN 1.4510

ASTM type 439

ASTM UNS S43035

Microstructure Ferritic

Typical applications

  • Automotive exhaust systems
  • Sugar industry equipment
  • Household appliances

Datasheet Download Moda range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Chemical composition

C 0.02

Cr 17.1

Ni -

Mo -

N -

Others Ti

Moda 430Ti/4520

Description An alternative to Moda 430/4016 with better formability and weldability for stamping, drawability applications, and complex shapes

EN 1.4520

ASTM type 430Ti

ASTM UNS -

Microstructure Ferritic

Typical applications

  • Counter tops
  • Flue induction connectors
  • Automotive applications

Datasheet Download Moda range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Chemical composition

C 0.02

Cr 16.2

Ni -

Mo -

N -

Others Ti

Moda 4589

Description A 14% chromium product with a small amount of niobium for elevated strength, making it suitable for structural parts exposed to loads that demand higher yield points.

EN 1.4589

ASTM type -

ASTM UNS S42035

Microstructure Ferritic

Typical applications

  • Conveyor chains 
  • Railroad cars

Datasheet Download Moda range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Chemical composition

C 0.05

Cr 14.0

Ni 1.7

Mo 0.3

N -

Others

Ti

 

Moda 410L/4003

Description A weldable ferritic stainless steel with elevated yield strength and resistance to abrasion. Its better corrosion resistance compared to carbon steels enables lower maintenance costs and longer service life.

EN 1.4003

ASTM type 410L

ASTM UNS S40977

Microstructure Ferritic

Typical applications

  • Railroad and road vehicles
  • Shipping containers
  • Industrial applications
  • Mining conveyors

Datasheet Download Moda range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Chemical composition

C 0.02

Cr 11.5

Ni 0.5

Mo -

N -

Others -

Moda 409/4512

Description A weldable ferritic stainless steel with good oxidation resistance in dry air. This product is also available as low-carbon Moda 409L.

EN 1.4512

ASTM type 409

ASTM UNS -

Microstructure Ferritic

Typical applications

  • Automotive applications
  • Industrial exhaust systems

Datasheet Download Moda range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Chemical composition

C 0.02

Cr 11.5

Ni 0,2

Mo -

N -

Others Ti

Moda 410S-4000

Description Moda 410S/4000 is a 13% chromium general-purpose stainless steel that is used widely where corrosion is not severe. When supplied in the age hardened condition Moda 410S/4000 can be used where moderate corrosion and higher strength is required, while retaining its machinability.

EN 1.4000

ASTM type 410S

ASTM UNS S41008

Microstructure Ferritic

Typical applications

  • Bearings
  • Bushings
  • Dies
  • Fasteners
  • Pump shafts
  • Valves and valve components

Datasheet Download Moda range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Chemical composition

C 0.03

Cr 12.5

Ni -

Mo -

N -

Others -

Core 304/4301

Description Core 304/4301 is a classic 18% chromium, 8% nickel austenitic stainless steel. It’s an all-purpose product with good corrosion resistance and is suitable for a wide variety of applications that require good formability and weldability. Core 304/4301 can be delivered with a variety of surface finishes.

EN 1.4301

ASTM type 304

ASTM UNS S30400

Microstructure Austenitic

Typical applications

  • Household appliances and consumer goods
  • Kitchen equipment
  • Indoor and outdoor cladding, handrails and window frames
  • Food and beverage industry equipment
  • Storage tanks
  • Flanges and valves

Datasheet Download Core range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechnanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.04

Cr 18.1

Ni 8.1

Mo -

N -

Others -

Core 304L/4307

Description Core 304L/4307 is a low-carbon alternative to Core 304/4301. The lower carbon content minimizes carbide precipitation as a result of heat input, for example during welding, giving improved resistance against intergranular corrosion. Core 304L/4307 is suitable for a wide variety of applications that require good formability and weldability, and can be delivered with a variety of surface finishes.

EN 1.4307

ASTM type 304L

ASTM UNS S30403

Microstructure Austenitic

Typical applications

  • Food and beverage industry equipment
  • Chemical and pharmaceutical industry equipment (mild to medium corrosive environments)
  • Heat exchangers
  • Storage tanks
  • Tank containers
  • Pipes and tubes
  • Flanges and valves

Datasheet Download Core range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Typical chemical composition,% by mass

C 0.02

Cr 18.1

Ni 8.1

Mo -

N -

Others -

Core 304LN/4311

Description A low-carbon, higher nickel and nitrogen alloyed alternative to Core 304L/4307 with improved strength and low-temperature toughness. Suitable for applications that require high tensile strength. 

EN 1.4311

ASTM type 304L

ASTM UNS S30453

Microstructure Austenitic

Typical applications

  • Railroad cars
  • Pressure vessels
  • Chemical plant equipment (mild to medium corrosive environments)
  • Flanges and valves

Datasheet Download Core range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.02

Cr 18.5

Ni 9.2

Mo -

N 0.14

Others -

Core 304L/4306

Description A higher nickel alternative to Core 304L/4307 with improved formability and deep drawability.

EN 1.4306

ASTM type 304L

ASTM UNS S30403

Microstructure Austenitic

Typical applications

  • Chemical and pharmaceutical plant equipment (mild to medium corrosive environments)
  • Flanges and valves

Datasheet Download Core range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.02

Cr 18.2

Ni 10.1

Mo -

N -

Others -

Core 305/4303

Description A high-nickel alternative to Core 304/4301 with reduced strain hardening and excellent cold-forming properties. Ideal for parts that require high degree of deformation. 

EN 1.4303

ASTM type 305

ASTM UNS S30500

Microstructure Austenitic

Typical applications

  • Industrial parts with complex shapes
  • Sinks and other deep-drawn products
  • Complex stamping processes
  • Re-rollers producing very thin-gauge coils

Datasheet Download Core range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.04

Cr 17.7

Ni 12.5

Mo -

N -

Others -

Core 321/4541

Description A titanium-stabilized austenitic stainless steel with improved intergranular corrosion resistance for an extended temperature range.

EN 1.4541

ASTM type 321

ASTM UNS S32100

Microstructure Austenitic

Typical applications

  • Anneailing covers
  • Stack liners
  • Automotive exhaust systems
  • Welded pressure vessels
  • Flanges and valves

Datasheet Download Core range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Typical chemical composotion, % by mass

C 0.04

Cr 17.3

Ni 9.1

Mo -

N -

Others Ti

Core 347/4550

Description Core 347/4550 is a niobium stabilized alternative to Core 321/4541 with improved intergranular corrosion resistance and good mechanical properties at high temperatures. Core 347/4550 is particularly useful in applications with intermittent heating in the range 400–900 °C/750–1650 °F.

EN 1.4550

ASTM type 347

ASTM UNS S34700

Microstructure Austenitic

Typical applications

  • High temperature gaskets
  • Rocket engine parts
  • Expansion joints
  • Aircraft collector rings
  • Exhaust manifolds
  • Chemical production equipment
  • Flanges and valves

Datasheet Download Core range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.05

Cr 17.5

Ni

9.5

Mo -

N -

Others Nb

Core 301LN/4318

Description A low-carbon, nitrogen alloyed alternative to Core 301/4310 with elevated strength, making it particularly suitable for lightweight construction.

EN 1.4318

ASTM type 301LN

ASTM UNS S30153

Microstructure Austenitic

Typical applications

• Automotive applications, especially vehicles chassis
• Railroad cars

Datasheet Download Core range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.02

Cr 17.7

Ni 6.5

Mo -

N 0.14

Others -

Core 301/4310

Description A lower chromium and nickel alternative to Core 304/4301 with high work hardening capacity, this is a good choice for applications subjected to high mechanical loading

EN 1.4310

ASTM type 301

ASTM UNS S30100

Microstructure Austenitic

Typical applications

  • Springs
  • Press plates
  • Conveyor chains
  • Mixer blades
  • Sinks

Datasheet Download Core range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Typical chemical composition, by mass %

C 0.10

Cr 17.0

Ni 7.0

Mo -

N -

Others -

Core 439M

Description Very similar to Core 441/4509, but dual stabilized with titanium and niobium for a more even surface appearance and enhanced weldability. With 1% more chromium, it also has slightly better corrosion resistance.

EN -

ASTM type 439M

ASTM UNS S43932

Microstructure Ferritic

Typical applications

  • Automotive exhaust systems
  • Sugar industry equipment
  • Household appliances

Datasheet Download Core range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.02

Cr 17.6

Ni -

Mo -

N -

Others Ti,Nb

Core 4622

Description A nickel-free, high-chromium (21Cr) ferritic stainless steel with equal corrosion resistance to Core 304/4301. Core 4622 has excellent deep drawability and is almost ridging free, meaning it is easier to polish and has a lower overall production cost.

EN 1.4622

ASTM type -

ASTM UNS S44330

Microstructure Ferritic

Typical applications

  • Household, catering and architectural applications (indoor and outdoor)
  • Tubular products for automotive and process industries
  • Building facades
  • Tanks and process equipment

Datasheet Download Core range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.02

Cr 21.0

Ni -

Mo -

N -

Others Nb,Ti,Cu

Core 434/4113

Description A molybdenum-alloyed ferritic stainless steel that offers improved corrosion resistance. This grade is available from Outokumpu Americas.

EN 1.4113

ASTM type 434

ASTM UNS S43400

Microstructure Ferritic

Typical applications

  • Automotive trim and fittings

Datasheet Download Core range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.04

Cr 16.5

Ni -

Mo 1.0

N -

Others -

Supra 444/4521

Description A nickel-free molybdenum-alloyed ferritic stainless steel with very good corrosion resistance, good cold formability and high strength. Supra 444/4521 allows for thinner walls in tanks and is not prone to stress corrosion cracking.

EN 1.4521

ASTM type 444

ASTM UNS S444000

Microstructure Ferritic

Typical applications

  • Hot water tanks
  • Drinking water pipes

Datasheet Download Supra range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Chemical composition

C 0.02

Cr 18.0

Ni -

Mo 20

N -

Others Nb,Ti

Supra 316/4401

Description Supra 316/4401 is a widely used Molybdenum alloyed austenitic stainless steel. It’s an all-purpose product with very good corrosion resistance and is suitable for a wide variety of applications that require good formability and weldability. Supra 316/4401 can be delivered with a variety of surface finishes.

EN 1.4401

ASTM type 316

ASTM UNS S31600

Microstructure Austenitic

Typical applications

  • Heat exchangers
  • Flanges and valves

Datasheet Outokumpu Supra range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechnanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Chemical composition

C 0.04

Cr 17.2

Ni 10.1

Mo 2.1

N -

Others -

Supra 316L/4404

Description Supra 316L/4404 is a low-carbon alternative to Supra 316/4401. The lower carbon content minimizes carbide precipitation as a result of heat input, for example during welding, giving improved resistance against intergranular corrosion.Supra 316L/4404 is suitable for a wide variety of applications that require good formability and weldability, and can be delivered with a variety of surface finishes.

EN 1.4404

ASTM type 316L

ASTM UNS S31603

Microstructure Austenitic

Typical applications

  • Chemical industry
  • Petrochemical industry
  • Pulp and paper industry
  • Textile industry
  • Food and beverage industry
  • Pharmaceutical industry
  • Medical applications
  • Flanges and valves

Datasheet Download Supra range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Chemical composition

C 0.02

Cr 17.2

Ni 10.1

Mo 2.1

N -

Others -

Supra 316plus

Description The highest strength stainless steel in the Supra range. Supra 316plus is a cost-efficient, 21Cr lower-nickel/molybdenum alternative to traditional molybdenum austenitics like Supra 316L. This product has good formability, excellent weldability, and is usable in cryogenic applications.

EN 1.4420

ASTM type -

ASTM UNS S31655

Microstructure Austenitic

Typical applications

  • Process and transport tanks
  • Water treatment and pipes
  • Heat exchangers
  • Architectural applications

Datasheet Download Supra range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Chemical composition

C 0.02

Cr 20.3

Ni 8.6

Mo 0.7

N 0.19

Others -

Supra 316/4432

Description Supra 316L/4432 is a low-carbon alternative to Supra 316/4436. The lower carbon content minimizes carbide precipitation as a result of heat input, for example during welding, giving improved resistance against intergranular corrosion.

EN 1.4432

ASTM type 316L

ASTM UNS S31603

Microstructure Austenitic

Typical applications

  •  Drinking water systems
  •  Cooling systems
  •  Wastewater systems
  •  Flanges and valves

Datasheet Download Supra range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Chemical composition

C 0.02

Cr 16.9

Ni 10.7

Mo 2.6

N -

Others -

Supra 316/4436

Description A product with high resistance to non-oxidizing acids and chloride-containing media due to higher molybdenum content. Supra 316/4436 has good formability and weldability.

EN 1.4436

ASTM type 316

ASTM UNS S31600

Microstructure Austenitic

Typical applications

  • Pulp and paper industry equipment
  • Pharmaceutical industry equipment
  • Flanges and valves

Datasheet Download Supra range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Chemical composition

C 0.04

Cr 16.9

Ni 10.7

Mo 2.6

N -

Others -

Supra 316L/4435

Description A Supra 316L/4432 alternative with higher chromium and nickel content for enhanced corrosion resistance and formability.

EN 1.4435

ASTM type 316L

ASTM UNS S31603

Microstructure Austenitic

Typical applications

  • Urea plants
  • Pulp and synthetic fiber plants
  • Flanges and valves

Datasheet Download Supra range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Chemical composition

C

0.02

 

Cr 17.3

Ni 12.6

Mo 2.6

N -

Others -

Supra 316Ti/4571

Description A titanium-stabilized alternative to Supra 316L/4404 – mainly used in Germany for elevated temperature applications. Due to its titanium-stabilization this product is weldable in all thickness ranges.

EN 1.4571

ASTM type 316Ti

ASTM UNS S31635

Microstructure Austenitic

Usage

  • Flue gas applications
  • Flanges and valves

Datasheet Download Supra range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Chemical composition

C 0.04

Cr 16.8

Ni 10.9

Mo 2.1

N -

Others Ti

Forta LDX 2101

Description

A lean-alloyed duplex product with good resistance to localized and uniform corrosion, as well as stress corrosion cracking, making it a good substitute for coated carbon steel in e.g. structural components and storage tanks. Also offers high mechanical strength and good machinability. 

 

EN 1.4162

ASTM type -

ASTM UNS S32101

Microstructure Duplex

Typical applications

  • Storage tanks
  • Household heaters
  • Structural components for floodgates and bridges, or rebar for concrete structures
  • Pulp and paper industry applications such as digesters and components for paper machines
  • Flanges and valves

Datasheet Download Forta range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechnanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.03

Cr 21.5

Ni 1.5

Mo 0.3

N 0.22

Others 5 Mn Cu

Forta DX 2304

Description

A duplex product with a leaner alloying composition than Forta DX 2205. It has good resistance to localized and uniform corrosion, as well as stress corrosion cracking, combined with high mechanical strength.

 

EN 1.4362

ASTM type -

ASTM UNS S32304

Microstructure Duplex

Typical applications

  • Pulp and paper industry applications
  • Blast walls on oil platforms
  • Flanges and valves

Datasheet Download Forta range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechnanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.02

Cr 23.0

Ni 4.8

Mo 0.3

N 0.10

Others Cu

Forta EDX 2304

Description

An enhanced version of Forta DX 2304 with better corrosion resistance and higher mechanical strength.

EN 1.4362

ASTM type -

ASTM UNS S32304

Microstructure Duplex

Typical applications

  • Offshore topside structural components
  • Tank applications
  • Flanges and valves

Datasheet Download Forta range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C

0.02

Cr 23.8

Ni 4.3

Mo 0.5

N 0.18

Others Cu

Forta SDX 2507

Description

A super duplex product with higher corrosion resistance and mechanical strength than Forta DX 2205. Often used in extremely corrosive environments such as desalination, chemical, or offshore subsea applications.

 

EN 1.4410

ASTM type -

ASTM UNS S32750

Microstructure Duplex

Typical applications

  • Desalination plants
  • Industrial piping
  • Scrubbers
  • Tubular products for oil and gas applications
  • Deep-sea pipelines
  • Flanges and valves

Datasheet Download Forta range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.02

Cr 25

Ni 7.0

Mo 4.0

N 0.27

Others -

Forta DX 2205

Description

The most popular duplex product on the market. Offers very good resistance to uniform and localized corrosion and stress corrosion cracking in combination with high mechanical strength. 

 

EN 1.4462

ASTM type -

ASTM UNS S32205

Microstructure Duplex

Typical applications

  • Cargo tanks in chemical tankers
  • Pulp and paper industry applications such as digesters and process tanks
  • Oil and gas industry applications such as flanges, tubes, and pipes
  • Structural components in bridges
  • Flanges and valves

Datasheet Download Forta range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechnanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.02

Cr 22.4

Ni 5.7

Mo 3.1

N 0.17

Others -

Forta SDX 100

Description

A super duplex product with higher corrosion resistance and mechanical strength than Forta DX 2205. Often used in extremely corrosive environments such as desalination, chemical, or offshore subsea applications.

EN 1.4501

ASTM type -

ASTM UNS S32760

Microstructure Duplex

Typical applications

  • Desalination plants
  • Industrial piping
  • Scrubbers
  • Tubular products for oil and gas applications
  • Deep-sea pipelines
  • Flanges and valves

Chemical composition

C 0.02

Cr 25.4

Ni 6.9

Mo 3.8

N 0.27

Others W Cu

Forta LDX 2404

Description

A low-nickel, high-nitrogen duplex product with higher mechanical strength than Forta DX 2205. Offers very good resistance to localized and uniform corrosion, as well as stress corrosion cracking. 

EN 1.4662

ASTM type -

ASTM UNS S82441

Microstructure Duplex

Typical applications

  • Storage tanks
  • Structural components for flood and sluice gates
  • Mining industry applications such as dewatering equipment
  • Flanges and valves

Datasheet Download Forta range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.02

Cr 24.0

Ni 3.6

Mo 1.6

N 0.27

Others 3Mn Cu

Forta FDX 27

Description

A duplex product with improved formability and better corrosion resistance than Forta FDX 25. It has high strength and excellent forming properties, and is used in applications where the use of standard duplex is restricted due to its formability limitations. 

EN

1.4637

ASTM type -

ASTM UNS S82031

Microstructure Duplex

Typical applications

  • Plate heat exchangers
  • Deep drawing applications for corrosive environments
  • Pump components

Datasheet Download Forta range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C

≤0.04

Cr 19.0-22.0

Ni 2.0-4.0

Mo 0.6-1.4

N 0.14-0.24

Others ≤2.5Mn

Forta H400

Description

Forta H400 has higher strength than standard 304/4301 and a lower nickel content, making it a cost-effective and lightweight austenitic product for the automotive industry. It has been used in automotive applications for over 10 years.

 

EN

1.4376

ASTM type -

ASTM UNS -

Microstructure Austenitic

Usage

  • Cross members
  • Strut domes
  • Bumpers

Datasheet Download Forta range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.04

Cr 17.5

Ni 4.0

Mo -

N 0.20

Others 6.8Mn

Ultra 317L

Description

A molybdenum-alloyed austenitic stainless steel with higher corrosion resistance than Supra 316L/4404 – mainly used in the USA and Asia. 

EN 1.4438

ASTM type

317L

 

ASTM UNS S31703

Microstructure Austenitic

Typical applications

  • Chemical processing industry

Data sheet Dowload Ultra range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechnanical properties, physical properties and fabrication

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.02

Cr 18.2

Ni 13.7

Mo 3.1

N -

Others -

Ultra 4439

Description

A molybdenum and nitrogen-alloyed austenitic stainless steel with significantly higher corrosion resistance than Supra 316L/4404. Also known as 317LMN.

 

EN 1.4439

ASTM type 317LMN

ASTM UNS S31726

Microstructure Austenitic

Typical applications

  • Chemical processing industry
  • Flue gas cleaning
  • Flanges and valves

Datasheet Download Ultra range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechnanical properties, physical properties and fabrication

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.02

Cr 17.3

Ni 13.7

Mo 4.1

N 0.14

Others -

Ultra 6XN

Description

A 6% molybdenum, high-nickel and nitrogen-alloyed austenitic product with extremely high resistance to both uniform and localized corrosion.

EN 1.4529

ASTM type -

ASTM UNS N08926/N08367

Microstructure Austenitic

Typical applications

  • Applications requiring resistance to chlorinated seawater
  • Flue gas cleaning

Datasheet Download Ultra range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechnanical properties, physical properties and fabrication

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.01

Cr 20.5

Ni 24.8

Mo 6.5

N 0.20

Others Cu

Ultra 904L

Description

A high-nickel and molybdenum austenitic stainless steel with very high corrosion resistance. Ultra 904L was originally developed for handling sulfuric acid at ambient temperatures, and is now used in a broad range of chemical industry applications.

EN 1.4539

ASTM type 904L

ASTM UNS NO8904

Microstructure Austenitic

Typical applications

  • Chemical and petrochemical industry equipment such as pipes, heat exchangers, tanks, and reactor vessels
  • Sulfuric acid handling
  • Flanges and valves

Datasheet Download Ultra range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechnanical properties, physical properties and fabrication

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.01

Cr 19.8

Ni 24.2

Mo 4.3

N -

Others 1.4Cu

Ultra 254 SMO

Description

A 6 % molybdenum and nitrogen-alloyed austenitic stainless steel with extremely high resistance to both uniform and localized corrosion. This product was developed especially for oil and gas offshore platforms and the pulp and paper industry.

EN 1.4547

ASTM type -

ASTM UNS S31254

Microstructure Austenitic

Typical applications

  • Applications requiring resistance to chlorinated seawater
  • Flue gas cleaning
  • Maritime exhaust gas cleaning (EGC)
  • Bleaching equipment in the pulp and paper industry
  • Flanges and valves

Datasheet Download Ultra range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechnanical properties, physical properties and fabrication

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.01

Cr 20.0

Ni 18.0

Mo 6.1

N 0.20

Others Cu

Ultra 654 SMO

Description

The most corrosion-resistant stainless steel in the world. A 7% molybdenum, very high nitrogen alloyed austenitic product with high mechanical strength. A potentially lean alternative to traditional wet-corrosion resistant nickel-based alloys.

EN 1.4652

ASTM type -

ASTM UNS S32654

Microstructure Austenitic

Typical applications

  • Pressurized and erosive systems handling chlorinated seawater at higher temperatures
  • Plate heat exchangers
  • Flue gas cleaning applications

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.01

Cr 24.0

Ni 22.0

Mo 7.3

N 0.50

Others 3.5Mn Cu

Ultra 4565

Description A 4.5% molybdenum, very high nitrogen alloyed austenitic stainless steel with excellent corrosion resistance and high mechanical strength.

EN 1.4565

ASTM type -

ASTM UNS S34565

Microstructure Austenitic

Typical applications

  • Flue gas desulfurization applications

Data sheet Download Ultra range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechnanical properties, physical properties and fabrication

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.02

Cr 24.0

Ni 17.0

Mo 4.5

N 0.45

Others 5.5Mn

Dura 4024

Description A martensitic stainless steel with slightly better hardenability than Dura 410/4006 that is corrosion resistant in water and steam. 

EN 1.4024

ASTM type -

ASTM UNS -

Microstructure Martensitic

Typical applications

  • Mechanical engineering applications
  • Surgical instruments

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.16

Cr 13.2

Ni -

Mo -

N -

Others -

Dura 420/4021

Description A very popular martensitic stainless steel that is corrosion resistant in water and steam. 

EN 1.4021

ASTM type 420

ASTM UNS S42000

Microstructure Martensitic

Typical applications

  • Cutting utensils
  • Surgical instruments
  • Press plates
  • Brake discs
  • Mechanical parts
  • Flanges and valves

Datasheet Download Dura range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechnanical properties, physical properties and fabrication

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.20

Cr 13.0

Ni -

Mo -

N -

Others -

Dura 420/4028

Description A martensitic stainless steel that is corrosion resistant in water and steam. 

EN 1.4028

ASTM type 420

ASTM UNS S42000

Microstructure Martensitic

Typical applications

  • Cutting utensils
  • Surgical instruments
  • Measuring tools
  • Flanges and valves
  • Wear-resistant mechanical parts

Datasheet Download Dura range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechnanical properties, physical properties and fabrication

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.30

Cr 12.5

Ni -

Mo -

N -

Dura 420/4031

Description A martensitic stainless steel with medium-high hardness that is corrosion resistant in water and steam. 

EN 1.4031

ASTM type 420

ASTM UNS S42000

Microstructure Martensitic

Typical applications

  • Cutting utensils
  • Surgical instruments
  • Measuring tools
  • Wear-resistant mechanical parts 

Datasheet Download Dura range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechnanical properties, physical properties and fabrication

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.38

Cr 13.5

Ni -

Mo -

N -

Others -

Dura 420/4034

Description A high-hardness martensitic stainless steel that is corrosion resistant in water and steam. 

EN 1.4034

ASTM type 420

ASTM UNS S42000

Microstructure Martensitic

Typical applications

  • Professional kitchen knives
  • Surgical instruments
  • Press plates
  • Brake discs

Datasheet Download Dura range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechnanical properties, physical properties and fabrication

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.45

Cr 13.7

Ni -

Mo -

N -

Others -

Dura 4419

Description Similar to Dura 420/4028, but with improved corrosion resistance and high-temperature strength.

EN 1.4419

ASTM type -

ASTM UNS -

Microstructure Martensitic

Typical applications

  • Mechanical engineering applications

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Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.38

Cr 13.3

Ni -

Mo 0.9

N -

Others -

Dura 4110

Description A high-hardness martensitic stainless steel with improved corrosion and wear resistance compared to Dura 420/4034. 

EN 1.4410

ASTM type -

ASTM UNS -

Microstructure Martensitic

Typical applications

  • Knife blades
  • Scissors
  • Surgical cutting tools
  • Measuring tools
  • Pump construction
  • Valves

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Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.50

Cr 14.8

Ni -

Mo 0.8

N -

Others -

Dura 4116

Description Similar to Dura 4110 but with elevated wear resistance.

EN 1.4116

ASTM type -

ASTM UNS -

Microstructure Martensitic

Typical applications

  • Cutting instruments that undergo partial hardening

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Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.50

Cr 14.4

Ni -

Mo 0.6

N -

Others -

Dura 17-7PH

Description A precipitation hardening stainless steel with high strength and hardness, good corrosion resistance, and satisfactory formability (depending on heat treatment/condition). 

EN 1.4568

ASTM 631

UNS S17700

Microstructure Precipitation hardening

Typical applications

  • Retaining rings
  • Springs
  • Valves and flanges
  • Gears
  • Aircraft parts

Datasheet Download Dura range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechnanical properties, physical properties and fabrication

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.08

Cr 17.0

Ni 7.0

Mo -

N -

Others Al

Dura 15-7PH

Description A precipitation hardening stainless steel with high strength and hardness, good corrosion resistance, and satisfactory formability (depending on heat treatment/condition). 

EN 1.4574

ASTM type 632

ASTM UNS S15700

Microstructure

Precipitation hardening

Typical applications

  • Retaining rings
  • Springs
  • Valves
  • Aircraft parts

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Chemical composition

C 0.08

Cr 14.5

Ni 7.5

Mo 2.2

N -

Others 1Al

Therma 253 MA

Description An austenitic stainless steel with excellent oxidation and creep resistance in cyclic conditions that is best employed in temperatures up to 1150°C/2100°F. There is a slight susceptibility to embrittlement during continuous operation between 600–850°C/1110–1560°F.

EN 1.4835

ASTM type -

ASTM UNS S30815

Microstructure Austenitic

Typical applications

  • Oil industry equipment
  • Conveyor belts
  • Refractory anchors
  • Expansion bellows
  • Radiant tubes
  • Rotary kilns
  • Exhaust manifolds
  • Power generation applications
  • Cyclone dip tubes
  • Impact separators
  • Bell furnaces
  • Muffle furnaces
  • Automotive exhaust components
  • Tube shields
  • Heat treatment trays
  • Dampers
  • Recuperator tubes
  • Large-scale bakery ovens
  • Valves and flanges

Datasheet Download Therma range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechnanical properties, physical properties and fabrication

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.09

Cr 21.0

Ni 11.0

Mo -

N 0.17

Others Si, Ce

Therma 310S/4845

Description An austenitic product with very good oxidation resistance in general and good oxidation resistance in mildly cyclic conditions that is best employed in temperatures up to 1050°C/1920°F. There is a slight susceptibility to embrittlement during continuous operation between 600–900°C/1110–1652°F

EN 1.4845

ASTM type 310S

ASTM UNS S31800

Microstructure Austenitic

Typical applications

  • Furnace equipment
  • Oil industry equipment
  • Heat treatment baskets
  • Heat exchangers
  • Steam boilers
  • Thermowells
  • Automotive components
  • Valves and flanges

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.05

Cr 25.5

Ni 19.1

Mo -

N -

Others -

Therma 4713

Description A ferritic low-alloyed stainless steel best employed at 550–800°C/1020– 1470°F when you need higher mechanical loading compared to other ferritic grades. Offers good resistance against sulfur attack compared to nickel-alloyed grades. 

EN 1.4713

ASTM type -

ASTM UNS -

Microstructure Ferritic

Typical applications

  • Furnace equipment
  • Air heaters
  • Annealing boxes
  • Conveyor belts
  • Thermowells

Datasheet Download Therma range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechnanical properties, physical properties and fabrication

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.06

Cr 6.5

Ni -

Mo -

N -

Others Al, Si 

Therma 4724

Description A ferritic low-alloyed product with improved oxidation resistance in temperatures up to 850°C/1560°F.

EN 1.4724

ASTM type -

ASTM UNS -

Microstructure Ferritic

Typical applications

  • Furnace equipment
  • Thermal boiler components
  • Grids
  • Burner nozzles
  • Conveyor belts
  • Thermowells

Datasheet Download Therma range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechnanical properties, physical properties and fabrication

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.07

Cr 12.5

Ni -

Mo -

N -

Others Al, Si

Therma 4742

Description A ferritic stainless steel with very good oxidation resistance in temperatures up to 1000°C/1830°F, but which begins to be subject to embrittlement at temperatures above 950°C/1740°F.

EN 1.4742

ASTM type -

ASTM UNS -

Microstructure Ferritic

Usage

  • Grids
  • Burner nozzles
  • Conveyor belts
  • Chains
  • Machine parts
  • Cement processing equipment

Datasheet Download Therma range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechnanical properties, physical properties and fabrication

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.07

Cr 17.5

Ni -

Mo -

N -

Others Al, Si 

Therma 153 MA

Description An austenitic stainless steel with excellent oxidation and creep resistance in cyclic conditions that is best employed in temperatures up to 1050°C/1920°F. This product has an excellent resistance to embrittlement.

EN 1.4818

ASTM type -

ASTM UNS S30415

Microstructure Austenitic

Typical applications

  • Recuperators
  • Conveyor belts
  • Expansion bellows
  • Power generation applications
  • Cyclone dip tubes
  • Bell furnaces
  • Muffle furnaces
  • Automotive components
  • Tube shields
  • Heat treatment trays
  • Dampers
  • Valves and flanges

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Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.05

Cr 18.5

Ni 9.1

Mo -

N 0.15

Others Si,Ce

Therma 4828

Description An austenitic heat resisting stainless steel with improved oxidation resistance in temperatures up to 1000°C/1830°F. There is a slight susceptibility to embrittlement during continuous operation atbetween 600–850°C/1110– 1560°F.

EN 1.4828

ASTM type -

ASTM UNS -

Microstructure Austenitic

Typical applcations

  • Furnace equipment (especially supporting parts)
  • Annealing and hardening boxes
  • Air heaters
  • Exhaust systems
  • Automotive components such as turbochargers
  • Valves and flanges

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Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.05

Cr 19.3

Ni 11.2

Mo -

N -

Others Si

Therma 309S/4833

Description An austenitic stainless steel with improved oxidation resistance in temperatures up to 1000°C/1830°F. There is a slight susceptibility to embrittlement during continuous operation at 600–900°C/1110–1652°F.

EN 1.4833

ASTM type 309S

ASTM UNS S30908

Microstructure Austenitic

Usage

  • Furnace equipment
  • Annealing boxes
  • Thermowells
  • Baffle plates
  • Pots for quenching salt
  • Valves and flanges

Datasheet Download Therma range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.06

Cr 22.3

Ni 12.3

Mo -

N -

Others -

Therma 314/4841

Description An austenitic heat resisting stainless steel with excellent oxidation resistance in temperatures up to 1150°C/2100°F. There is a high susceptibility to embrittlement during continuous operation at 600–900°C/1110–1652°F

EN 1.4841

ASTM type 314

ASTM UNS S31400

Microstructure Austenitic

Typical applications

  • Furnace equipment
  • Superheater suspensions
  • Enameling grates and hardening boxes
  • Valves and flanges

Datasheet Download Therma range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.06

Cr 24.3

Ni 19.2

Mo -

N -

Others Si

Therma 321H/4878

Description An austenitic heat resisting stainless steel with comparable wet corrosion resistance to Core 321/4541 that is best employed in temperatures up to 850°C/1560°F

EN 1.4878

ASTM type 321H

ASTM UNS -

Microstructure Austenitic

Typical applications

  • Furnace equipment
  • Case hardening boxes
  • Valves and flanges

Datasheet Download Therma range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechnanical properties, physical properties and fabrication

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.05

Cr 17.3

Ni 9.1

Mo -

N -

Others Ti 

Therma 304H/4948

Description An austenitic Core 304/4301 variant with improved high-temperature creep strength that is best employed in temperatures up to 750°C/1380°F. Offers good formability and weldability.

EN 1.4948

ASTM type 304H

ASTM UNS S30409

Microstructure Austenitic

Typical applications

  • Tubes
  • Pressure vessels
  • Valves and flanges

Datasheet Download Therma range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechnanical properties, physical properties and fabrication

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.05

Cr 18.1

Ni 8.3

Mo -

N -

Others -

Therma 347H

Description An austenitic heat resisting stainless steel with excellent long-term creep resistance at at 550–600°C/1020–1110°F and comparable wet corrosion resistance to Core 347/4550.

EN -

ASTM type 347H

ASTM UNS S34709

Microstructure Austenitic

Usage

  • Oil refineries
  • Fired heater tubes
  • Boiler casings
  • Pressure vessels
  • Reactor vessels
  • Welded tubes
  • Fittings
  • Stack liners
  • Tanks for storing organic chemicals
  • Furnace heating elements
  • Tanks for thermal storage
  • Valves and flanges

Datasheet Download Therma range datasheet for more information on corrosion resistance, mechanical properties, physical properties and fabrication.

Typical chemical composition, % by mass

C 0.05

Cr 17.5

Ni 9.5

Mo -

N -

Others Nb

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