Marine grade stainless, or SAE 316 stainless steel, is a molybdenum-alloyed steel and is the second most common austenite stainless steel (after grade 304). It is the preferred steel for use in marine environments because of its greater resistance to pitting corrosion than other grades of steel.The fact that it is negligibly responsive to magnetic fields means that it can be used in applications where a non-magnetic metal is required. In addition to molybdenum, 316 also contains a number of other elements in varying concentrations (see table below). Like other grades of stainless steel, marine grade stainless steel is a relatively poor conductor of both heat and of electricity when compared to metals and other conductive materials.

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  • Marine grade stainless, or SAE 316 stainless steel, is a molybdenum-alloyed steel and is the second most common austenite stainless steel (after grade 304). It is the preferred steel for use in marine environments because of its greater resistance to pitting corrosion than other grades of steel.The fact that it is negligibly responsive to magnetic fields means that it can be used in applications where a non-magnetic metal is required. In addition to molybdenum, 316 also contains a number of other elements in varying concentrations (see table below). Like other grades of stainless steel, marine grade stainless steel is a relatively poor conductor of both heat and of electricity when compared to metals and other conductive materials. While 316 is not completely rust-proof, the alloy is more corrosion-resistant than other common stainless steels. Surgical steel is made from subtypes of 316 stainless steel. Non-standard grades include 316H which has a "high" carbon content of greater than 0.04 % giving it a high creep rupture strength at high temperatures, 316L(Hi)N which is an extra-high nitrogen grade (0.16-0.30%), 316Ti which is stabilized by titanium, 316Cb which is stabilized by niobium, 316L-SCQ which is a high-purity version of 316L, and 316LS which specially adapted for surgical implants. (en)
  • L'AISI 316 (acciaio 18/8/3) o acciaio X5CrNiMo17-12-2 - EN1,4401 è una lega di acciaio inox austenitica composta da un tenore di cromo tra il 16% ed il 18%, di nichel tra l'11% e il 14% e di molibdeno tra il 2% ed il 3%. Si ricava a partire dall'acciaio X5CrNi1810 con l'aggiunta del 2,5% di molibdeno, utile per migliorare la resistenza alla corrosione elettrolitica (pitting) da cloruri. Quest'ultima caratteristica lo rende adatto all'esercizio in ambienti interessati da acqua di mare e nelle applicazioni navali. Ne esiste anche una versione L - EN1,4404, cioè con tenore di carbonio inferiore allo 0,035% (il 316 ammette fino a 0,080%) utile a impedire la precipitazione dei carburi di cromo e quindi la corrosione. La presenza in analisi del Molibdeno rende ottima la resistenza alla corrosione della marca in tutti gli ambienti naturali: acque ed atmosfere rurali, urbane, ed industriali anche in presenza di moderata concentrazione di cloruri e acidi. Il 316/316L trova impiego nel settore alimentare ed agroalimentare ed in numeroso ambienti chimici acidi (acido solforico, acido fosforico, acidi organici) e clorurati, in determinate condizioni di temperatura e concentrazione. Molto buona è la resistenza alla corrosione intergranulare, anche dopo saldatura. (it)
  • AISI 316 — марка стали, представляющая собой марку AISI 304, улучшенную за счёт добавления 2.5% молибдена. Благодаря молибдену сталь этой марки особенно устойчива к коррозии, высоким температурам и агрессивным средам. В силу сравнительной дешевизны материала, часто используется при изготовлении бижутерии (преимущественно, мужской), а также при производстве пирсинга и иных украшений. Аналог в СНГ - 08Х17Н13М2. (ru)
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  • AISI 316 — марка стали, представляющая собой марку AISI 304, улучшенную за счёт добавления 2.5% молибдена. Благодаря молибдену сталь этой марки особенно устойчива к коррозии, высоким температурам и агрессивным средам. В силу сравнительной дешевизны материала, часто используется при изготовлении бижутерии (преимущественно, мужской), а также при производстве пирсинга и иных украшений. Аналог в СНГ - 08Х17Н13М2. (ru)
  • Marine grade stainless, or SAE 316 stainless steel, is a molybdenum-alloyed steel and is the second most common austenite stainless steel (after grade 304). It is the preferred steel for use in marine environments because of its greater resistance to pitting corrosion than other grades of steel.The fact that it is negligibly responsive to magnetic fields means that it can be used in applications where a non-magnetic metal is required. In addition to molybdenum, 316 also contains a number of other elements in varying concentrations (see table below). Like other grades of stainless steel, marine grade stainless steel is a relatively poor conductor of both heat and of electricity when compared to metals and other conductive materials. (en)
  • L'AISI 316 (acciaio 18/8/3) o acciaio X5CrNiMo17-12-2 - EN1,4401 è una lega di acciaio inox austenitica composta da un tenore di cromo tra il 16% ed il 18%, di nichel tra l'11% e il 14% e di molibdeno tra il 2% ed il 3%. Si ricava a partire dall'acciaio X5CrNi1810 con l'aggiunta del 2,5% di molibdeno, utile per migliorare la resistenza alla corrosione elettrolitica (pitting) da cloruri. Quest'ultima caratteristica lo rende adatto all'esercizio in ambienti interessati da acqua di mare e nelle applicazioni navali. Molto buona è la resistenza alla corrosione intergranulare, anche dopo saldatura. (it)
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  • Marine grade stainless (en)
  • AISI 316 (it)
  • Нержавеющая сталь AISI 316 (ru)
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