The stainless steel plate has a similar ability to resist general corrosion as the unstable nickel-chromium alloy 304. Long-term heating in the temperature range of the degree of chromium carbide may affect the alloy 321 and 347 in harsh corrosive media. Mainly used for high temperature applications, high temperature applications require strong resistance to the material to prevent corrosion at lower temperatures between the particles.
High temperature oxidation resistance
Stainless steel plates have high temperature oxidation resistance, but the oxidation rate will be exposed to the environment and product factors such as the inherent factors.