Based on their crystalline structure, stainless steels are generally divided into three groups, namely, martensitic, austenitic and ferritic. A combination of martensitic and ferritic steels forms a fourth group called the precipitation-hardened steels.
The following datasheet provides an overview of grade 422 stainless steel.Chemical Composition
The chemical composition of grade 422 stainless steel is outlined in the following table.
|Iron, Fe||~ 82|
The following table shows the physical properties of grade 422 stainless steel.
|Density||7.8 g/cm3||0.2817 lb/in³|
The mechanical properties of grade 422 stainless steel are displayed in the following table.
|Elastic modulus||190-210 GPa||27557–30458 ksi|
Place of Origin
Oil and Natural Gas Companies
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Ultimate Strength (≥ MPa)
Nickel 718 AMS is an age hardenable alloy which offers a combination of high strength up to 1300° F, corrosion resistance, and good weldability. It can achieve approximately 200,000 psi tensile strength. This grade is hardenable by cold working and age hardening.
Nickel 718 NACE is an age hardenable alloy with high strength and corrosion resistant properties needed in the aggressive environments encountered in oil & natural gas production. This grade is hardenable by cold working and age hardening.
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