Carlson 904L Austenitic Stainless Steel

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Physical Properties Density Mechanical Properties Hardness, Brinell Hardness, Rockwell B Tensile Strength at Break Tensile Strength, Yield Elongation at Break Reduction of Area Modulus of Elasticity

Fe Manganese. Cu Iron. Mn Molybdenum. Ni Silicon. linear Specific Heat Capacity Component Elements Properties Carbon. Si Sulfur. Cr Copper. C Chromium. S .Thermal Properties CTE. Mo Nickel.

piping.0 >= 490 MPa >= 214 MPa @Strain 0. The elevated nickel and chromium content of 904L make it resistant to corrosion in a wide range of both oxidizing and reducing environments. and pollution control industries : Tanks. duct work. Ferrous Metal. and other equipment for the production and handling of sulfuric and phosphoric acid. Please click here if you are a supplier and would like information on how to add your listing to this material. pulp and paper. Stainless Steel General Description 904L is an austenitic nickel-chromium stainless steel with molybdenum and copper additions.97 g/cc Metric <= 192 <= 90. dampers.0 % >= 40. vessels. The low carbon content of 904L provides resistance to intergranular corrosion in the post-welded or stress relieved condition.200 % >= 35. stack linings. heat exchangers. Austenitic. petrochemical. It is utilized extensively in the chemical. and other support equipment for flue gas desulphurization systems for fossil-fired power plants and waste incinerators. Applications The corrosion resistance of 904L makes it a useful alloy in numerous severe operating environments.Carlson 904L Austenitic Stainless Steel Metal. Molybdenum and copper are present in the alloy for increased resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion and to general corrosion in reducing acids. The high nickel content also provides resistance to chloride stress corrosion cracking. Information provided by Carlson UNS N0904 No vendors are listed for this material. Metric 7. Reactor vessels for fertilizer production Tall oil distillation Pulp and paper bleaching operations Absorber towers.0 % 196 GPa .

0 % <= 1.0 % 38.98.2.0 .0 .53.0 % 4.0 .0 .799 °C 0.399 °C 16.0 °C Metric <= 0.0 % 23.035 % .0 % 1.4 µm/m-°C @Temperature 20.23.0 .0 % <= 0.0 .0 .6 µm/m-°C @Temperature 20.Metric 10.6 µm/m-°C @Temperature 20.0 % <= 2.5.9 .9 °C 14.28.439 J/g-°C @Temperature 20.020 % 19.

English Comments 0.0 % >= 40.288 lb/in³ English Comments <= 192 <= 90.0 >= 71000 psi >= 31000 psi @Strain 0.0 % 28400 ksi .200 % >= 35.

210 °F 8.0 % 38.0 .0 % 4.23.0 % <= 0.28.0 % <= 1.5.80 µin/in-°F @Temperature 68.0 °F English Comments <= 0.105 BTU/lb-°F @Temperature 68.1470 °F 0.0 .750 °F 9.0 % 23.English Comments 5.20 µin/in-°F @Temperature 68.0 % <= 2.0 .0 % 1.53.0 .2.0 .0 .9 .0 .10 µin/in-°F @Temperature 68.035 % .020 % 19.