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Nitronic 60: A stainless steel, also known as UNS S21800 or 218 stainless, is a high-performance metal with high temperature and wear resistance. Its corrosion resistance is superior to 300-series stainless steel. Nitronic 60 can maintain its strength to over 1800°F and is common in aerospace for flight parts.
Stainless Steel 15-5: Offers corrosion resistance similar to Stainless 304. Improved workability, hardness, and high corrosion resistance.
Stainless Steel 17-4: A high-strength, corrosion-resistant stainless alloy. Easily heat treatable. Typically used in medical equipment.
Stainless Steel 18-8: One of the most commonly used stainless steels. Also known as Stainless Steel 304.
Stainless Steel 303: A machinable, corrosion-resistant steel. (View spec sheet)
Stainless Steel 304: A machinable, corrosion-resistant steel.
Stainless Steel 316/316L: A highly corrosion-resistant steel popular for medical devices. (View spec sheet)
Stainless Steel 410: A wear and corrosion-resistant stainless steel used in fasteners, cutlery, nozzles, and tools. 410 stainless is one of the most commonly used 400-series alloys and is often heat treated. 410 stainless steel is magnetic.
Stainless Steel 416: Easily machinable but can be heat-treated to increase strength and hardness. Low corrosion resistance.
Stainless Steel 420: Contains more carbon than Stainless 410 to give it increased hardness and strength when heat treated. Offers mild corrosion resistance, high heat resistance, and improved strength.
Stainless Steel 440C: One of the hardest stainless steels with a Rockwell of 58-60 HRC after heat treatment. 440C is common in bearing applications where high