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Stainless Steel Powders

Stainless Steel Powders

Stainless Steel Powders
Product No. CAS No. Composition (%) Form APS Purity Color Morphology
NRE-2050 65997-19-5 Cr18-20, Ni9-13, Si<1,Mn<0.3,C 0.08 Powder <10um (Can be Customized) 99.9% Grey Spherical
Density 7.9g/cm3
Melting Point 1400-1450 °C
Boiling Point 1820-1880°C
Certificate of Analysis


Composition (%)



Particle Shape

Particle Size

Stainless Steel Powder 304

Cr18-20, Ni9-13, Si<1,Mn<0.3,C 0.08





Stainless Steel Powder 430L

Cr16-18, C 0.05





Stainless Steel Powders

In metallurgy, stainless steel, also known as stainless steel or stainless steel or stainless steel (stainless steel), is a steel alloy with a minimum chromium content of 10.5% by mass.
Stainless steels are known for their corrosion resistance, which increases with increasing chromium content. Molybdenum additions increase corrosion resistance in acid reduction and pitting attack in chloride solutions. Therefore, there are numerous grades of stainless steel with different contents of chromium and molybdenum to adapt to the environment that the alloy must withstand. The resistance of stainless steel to corrosion and stains, low maintenance and familiar brightness make it an ideal material for many applications where both steel resistance and corrosion resistance are required.
Stainless steels are rolled into sheets, plates, bars, wires and tubes for use in: kitchen utensils, cutlery, surgical instruments, large household appliances; building material in large buildings, such as the Chrysler building; industrial equipment (for example, in paper mills, chemical plants, water treatment); and storage tanks and cisterns for chemicals and foodstuffs (eg tankers for chemicals and tanks). The corrosion resistance of stainless steel, the ease with which it can be cleaned and steam sterilized and the need for other surface coatings have also influenced its use in commercial kitchens and food processing plants.