The stainless steel 904L is a low carbon content, high alloy austenitic stainless steel. Excellent resistance to stress corrosion cracking and crevice corrosion is provided by Stainless Steel 904L Round Bars. The 904L Stainless Steel Bar has good formability and weldability. We have a sizable inventory of 904L round bars, and we have been serving the chemical processing sectors with our goods. The stainless steel 904L round bar is also renowned for being robust and non-magnetic. We can assure you that the 904L Hex Bar has good general corrosion-resisting qualities because we are one of the leading providers of 904L round bars.
Copper has been added to 904L Flat Bars to increase their resistance to reducing acids like sulfuric acid. The 904L Square Bar can withstand hot, corrosive caustic solutions thanks to the nickel content. The 904L Threaded Rod's distinctive mechanical characteristics are a result of its chemical makeup, which is why it is regarded as a superior material to stainless steel. Due to its cold work hardening rate, the 904L stainless steel threaded rod is less machinable than the Grade 304 and 410.
Applications for Stainless Steel 904L Round Bars
- Industry of Petrochemicals
- The oil and gas sector
- Industrial Chemistry
- Electricity Industry
- Energy Sector
- Industry of Pharmaceuticals
- Paper and Pulp Industry
- Processing of Food Industry
- Aviation Industry
- Refining Sector
Stainless steel 904L, a non-stabilized grade, is used to make products with low carbon levels. This is a high alloy that has copper added to it in addition to all the alloying components to increase the resistivity throughout. Additionally, the alloy exhibits resistance to powerful reducing acids like sulfuric acid. The steel alloy, which is utilized in industrial applications, is resistant to all forms of corrosion and cracking. These are the alloying non-magnetic elements that provide outstanding corrosion resistance together with.
The SS 904L Round Bars/Rods have unique qualities due to the alloying element's presence. Great ductility, durability, high toughness, stability at high temperatures, weldability, and other qualities are only a few of the traits that bars and rods inherit. They are employed in industrial settings for this reason.