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1.4404 resistant

1.4404 resistant

1.4404 resistant


what y thing about using stainless steel 1.4404 to about 2000ppm of chloride?

RE: 1.4404 resistant

Stainless steel 1.4404 (equivalent to 316L) will not last long in a 2000 ppm chloride solution

This question has been asked and answered many times on eng-tips ...

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RE: 1.4404 resistant

Thank you for your answer. So I'm gonna keep digging deeper in that case and go through that issue on eng-tips.
Also maybe you know what happen when the number of chloride solution increase above 2000?

RE: 1.4404 resistant

Bad things, Nahmeeb .... bad things will happen ...

... and if by "digging deeper" you mean performing a single google search using the terms "eng-tips" "stainless" and "chlorides" in the search terms...

Yes, we really thing that you can do this !!!!.... Good luck on that, buddy !!!!

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RE: 1.4404 resistant

Thank you

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