Ashapura Steel is a supplier, manufacturer & exporter of Stainless Steel 347 Coils. 347 Stainless Steel Coil Blades are made of the same stabilized austenitic stainless steel like Type 304 with added Columbium and Tantalum. Columbia is used to producing stable stainless steel that is immune to chromium carbide deposition. These grades are thus recommended for parts fabricated by welding which cannot be subsequently annealed or for parts that must operate in service between 800°F – 1600°F.
Stainless Steel 347 Coils
- Stainless Steel 347H Coil, Foil, Stripforms are available in Coil -Strip, Foil, Ribbon Wire -Profile, Round, Flat, Square. They can be rolled to tempers. For AMS 5512, it is hot rolled annealed, and descaled and is available in strip, foil, and ribbon and it is used for applications where a smooth decorative finish is not required.
- Stainless Steel 347H Strip Coil can be readily formed and drawn. As with most other austenitic stainless steels, Type 347 stainless steel coils are hardened and may require annealing after heavy forming, although it cannot be heat-hardened as it can only be processed cold.
Stainless Steel 347 coils are classified into two types based on how they are manufactured
- Hot-rolled – Steel that is roll-pressed at extremely high temperatures over 1700°F (926. 667 ° C), which is higher than the typical recrystallization temperature of 400 to 700 ° C for most steels.
- Cold-rolled – It is hot-rolled steel that’s been processed further. After cooling, hot rolled steel is re-rolled at room temperature to obtain more precise dimensions and better surface qualities.
- SS 347H coil is the higher carbon version of 347. The high carbon element in it is 0.04% to 0.10% which is denoted by the letter ‘’H’’ which is used after the grade. It has been designed to be more creep resistant and can withstand temperatures above 1000 ° F (537 ° C).
- Stainless Steel 347H Coil is available in different forms, shapes, dimensions, types, thicknesses, and other specifications.
- The 347H stainless steel coil is a precipitation-hardened steel family. Due to the higher carbon content, the alloy is stabilized by the addition of niobium or tantalum. Both of these properties allow the 347H to be exposed to higher temperatures. Because of their high corrosion resistance, 347H coils are typically used in highly loaded, highly corrosive environments with severe impact.
Application of Stainless Steel 347 Coil
Stainless Steel 347 Coil is known to deliver exceptional performance and is generally developed for meeting demands. These are used in various industries like :
- Chemical Industry.
- Oil & Gas Industry.
- Petrochemical Industry.
- Power Generation Industry.
- Sugar Industry.
- Food Processing Industry.
- Paper & Pulp Industry.
- Offshore and Onshore Services.