309/309S Stainless Steel is austenitic chromium-nickel stainless steel that is often used for higher temperature applications. Due to its high chromium and nickel content, 309/309S Stainless Steel is highly corrosion resistant, has outstanding resistance to oxidation, and excellent heat resistance while providing good strength at room and elevated temperatures. The significant difference between 309 and 309S is the carbon content. 309/309S Stainless Steel has a much less carbon composition which minimizes carbide precipitation and improves weldability. 309/309S is the ease of fabrication. It is often used in furnace equipment, annealing boxes, the rmowells, and other high-temperature applications.
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Types 309S Stainless Steel can be roll formed, stamped, and drawn readily. In-process annealing is usually required to reduce hardness and increase ductility.
309/309S Stainless Steel is used exclusively for their high-temperature oxidation resistance, excellent high-temperature strength, along with their resistance to creep deformation and environmental attack. Some examples include, but are not limited to:
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What is the difference between 304 and 309s stainless steel?
The stainless steel 309/309S Stainless Steel is austenitic and resistant to heat. 309/309S Stainless Steel has a little advantage over 304 stainless steel in terms of general corrosion resistance at high temperatures thanks to its 23 percent chromium content, or around 5 percent higher than 304 stainless steel.
Is 309 stainless steel magnetic?
Whereas the vast majority of stainless steels are magnetic, all types of austenitic stainless steels are non-magnetic.
The magnet test is NOT a correct way to verify stainless steel.
All stainless steel is magnetic except austenitic stainless steel which is actually 300 series stainless such as 304 and 316. However, 300 series stainless is non-magnetic only after it is freshly formed. Initially the cold work causes the stainless to pick up foreign particles such as free iron. Then at some spots the metallic crystal structure changes from austenite to martensite. 400 series stainless (ie. martensitic stainless steel) is magnetic. Stainless steel containing more nickel (310 and 316 grades) is more likely to remain non-magnetic after cold work.
Does 309 stainless steel rust?
The alloy is prone to intergranular corrosion after long term exposure at high temperatures. However, due to its high chromium content (23%), Alloy 309 is more corrosion resistant than most heat resistant alloys.
what is 309 stainless steel used for?
If you want to do spot check of SS, just take a random piece from the raw material and do a spark test. Run a grinder on it, if the sparks are reddish orange, thin and don't fly much it's SS304. If the sparks are yellow, thick and fly lot further it is SS 202.