Tag: austenitic

Nuclear packaging approved by NRC

The TN Eagle for the transport and dry storage of spent nuclear fuel, developed by Orano, has received NRC approval.

N’GENIUS Series™ – Reinvention of stainless steel

The N'GENIUS Series™ of High Strength Austenitic Stainless Steels represents the total reinvention of conventional austenitic stainless steels - specifically developed to out-perform, supersede...

Titanium helps prevent chromium carbides in austenitic stainless steel

Alloying austenitic stainless steel with strong carbide-forming elements such as titanium can avoid the precipitation of chromium carbides. By Sabine Friederichs, Technical University of Clausthal,...

Challenges and opportunities in the additive manufacturing of stainless steels. Part...

Addressing the challenge of hydrogen embrittlement in metallurgy

Austenitic stainless steel grades for high-temperature applications

Stainless steel grade 310 is the most popular heat and creep resistant steel used in super-heater tubing. The grade is popular for heat exchanger applications due to its corrosion and heat resistance.

Seco Tools releases new Duratomic® TM grades

Seco Tools has announced the release of three new grades specifically for stainless steel turning featuring the company’s latest Duratomic® generation and its Used-Edge Detection technology.

A wealth of experience in manufacturing at Nas Toa

The company Nas Toa Co. Ltd., a member of the Nippon Yakin Kogyo group, has considerable experience in the manufacture of welded stainless steel and high-performance alloyed pipes and tubes. Here they share some of the technical knowledge they have gained in perfecting these products.

Inline skin pass mill for Italy

ThyssenKrupp Acciai Speciali Terni SpA, Italy, has placed an order for delivery of an inline skin pass mill with associated equipment with SMS Demag INNSE SpA, Italy.

Digital welding technology

Fronius (the Netherlands) has developed a CrNi welding software for joining parts made from high-alloy steels.

Alloy surcharges drive stainless markets

The global steel scene remains quite buoyant despite the substantial hikes in raw material costs to the producers, a report shows.