This Stainless Steel 316H Bar is austenitic stainless steel that contains molybdenum as one of its basic elements. This grade has a higher nickel and molybdenum content, which results in increased corrosion resistance. Nickel, carbon, manganese, phosphorus, sulfur, silicon, chromium, molybdenum, and nitrogen are all included in the 316H Stainless Steel Round Bar composition. In chloride environments, it demonstrates resistance to crevice and pitting corrosion. Its composition of around 2% to 3% makes it more resistant to general and pitting corrosion.
The diameters of stainless steel 316H bars range from 4mm to 500mm, with hex and square bars ranging from 18mm to 57mm. The bars range in length from 1 to 6 meters. Heat stainless steel 316H bars uniformly between 1742 and 2192 degrees Fahrenheit (950 and 1200 degrees Celsius), then hot from a final anneal between 1832 and 2101 degrees Fahrenheit (1000 and 1150 degrees Celsius) followed by fast quenching. The maximum temperature for scaling resistance in SS 316H Round Bars is around 1650 degrees Fahrenheit in continuous usage and 1500 degrees Fahrenheit in intermittent service. The material’s minimum tensile strength is 515 MPa, and its minimum yield strength is 205 MPa. Stainless steel 316H bars are utilized in heat exchangers, condensers, and evaporators, as well as nuclear, chemical, rubber, plastics, pulp/paper, pharmaceutical, and textile industries. Stainless steel 316H bars have outstanding tensile, creep, and stress-rupture strengths at increased temperatures.
The melting point for SS 316H bar is 1400 °C. stainless steel 316H has a density of 8.0 g/cm3. The bars here work at temperatures of over 500 degrees Celsius (932 degrees Fahrenheit). Stainless steel 316H bars have outstanding tensile, creep, and stress-rupture strengths at increased temperatures. When compared to carbon steels, these Stainless Steel 316H Bars have a 50 percent higher thermal expansion and lower heat conductivity, which implies that welding may result in larger deformation and higher shrinkage stresses.