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316l Stainless Steel Powder

The powder form of AISI 316L, 316l stainless steel powder, is used in a variety of applications, including manufacturing and the food industry. When using 316L stainless steel powder, there are a few things to keep in mind.

Preparation of 316L stainless steel powder

Stainless steel powder is a critical material in the manufacture of 3D printing parts. The sintering temperature and environment can alter its physical qualities. Metal coatings are also manufactured using stainless steel powders. They are suited for applications requiring good corrosion resistance and low temperature impact resistance. The stainless steel 316l powder is a high performance grade. It has less carbon and molybdenum than standard 316 steel, increasing its corrosion resistance. Furthermore, it contains less carbon, which reduces the risk of carbon precipitation and sensitization. It is also suitable for use in halogen-free environments.

316L powder is widely used in a variety of applications, including 3D printing. It is also used in injection moulded precision parts and composite materials. In addition, it is widely used in the pharmaceutical industry. In these applications, 316L is used to provide excellent corrosion resistance in aggressive environments. Although the alloy contains some amounts of chromium, the amount of chromium in stainless steel alloys varies depending on the type and variety of stainless steel used.

In order to manufacture 316L stainless steel, a high-performance powder was prepared by a multistage atomization process. This method can control particle size, sphericity, O and N elemental composition, and purity. In addition, the powder can be prepared in a contactless vacuum induction environment, which can enhance the elemental purity of the powder. It can also reduce the increment of O and N concentrations.

To examine the mechanical properties of the powder, wear tests were carried out. The powder was sintered at two different temperatures for 30 minutes. The results showed that the sintering temperature had a great influence on the porous ratio of materials. A higher sintering temperature can reduce the loose density, but it also has the effect of forming a spherical residual pore. In addition, it also has the effect of eliminating small pores.

A multistage atomization technique can also improve the powder's overall physical qualities. Furthermore, the powder's overall physical qualities can meet the criteria of a 3D printing product for exclusive usage. It's also worth noting that the particle size and distribution of the powder have an impact on the mechanical qualities of 3D printing objects. Molybdenum is present in 2% to 3% of 316L stainless steel powder. This improves corrosion and acidic element resistance. Furthermore, it can improve the alloy's hardening properties.

In addition, the powder can also be produced by a process called plasma rotary electrode atomization. This method is a common way to prepare stainless steel powder. In this process, a ring-like nozzle is used to flexibly control the movement of the metal droplets. The initial motion velocity of the metal droplets is also flexibly controlled.

Why choose TIJO Metal Materials 316l Stainless Steel Powder?

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