347 Stainless Steel is an austenitic stainless steel that contains chromium and nickel. This material is stabilized by a columbium and tantalum combination. The additions of these elements promotes improved inter-granular corrosion resistance. 347 stainless is non magnetic and has similar corrosion resistance to 304 stainless steel.
347 Stainless Steel Bar - (annealed condition) TW Metals347 stainless is an austenitic stainless steel offering an excellent resistance to inter-granular corrosion following exposure to temperatures in the chromium carbide precipitation range from 800 to 1500O F. Alloy 347 alloyed with columbium-tantalum (referred to as niobium) allows good mechanical properties at high temperatures.
347 Stainless Steel is variant of the basic austenitic 18/8 Grade 304 with added Columbium - the introduction of Columbium stabilizes the steel and eliminates carbide precipitation which subsequently causes intergranular corrosion. The steel has excellent forming and welding qualities and excellent toughness even at cryogenic temperatures.
347 Stainless Steel Sheet, Coil and Bar - AMS 5512, 5646Mechanical Properties 347 stainless steel is a columbium/tantalum stabilized austenitic chromium-nickel stainless steel. This material is stabilized against chromium carbide formation by the addition of columbium and tantalum.
347 Stainless Steel, UNS S34700347 Alloy Description Alloy 347 is a stabilized stainless steel similar to type 304 with an addition of Columbium and Tantalum. Columbium stabilizes this alloy making it immune to chromium carbide precipitation. Alloy 347 is recommended for welded applications that can not tolerate a post anneal. The alloy can operate between 800-1600°F Applications
AISI 347 stainless steel is an austenitic stainless steel formulated for primary forming into wrought products. 347 is the AISI designation for this material. S34700 is the UNS number. Additionally, the British Standard (BS) designation is 347S17. The properties of AISI 347 stainless steel include two common variations.
Alloy 347 & 347H Stainless Steel Great Plains Stainless347 and 347H stainless steel is common in the petroleum refining industries. Alloy 347 and 347H stainless steel is used to make radiant superheaters, boiler tubes, high pressure steam pipe, and general refinery piping. They are also used for heavy-duty exhaust systems and manifolds.
Alloy ER 347 Stainless Steel ER347 - Aircraft MaterialsAlloy ER 347 is a columbium-stabilized stainless steel welding wire used to weld Types 321 and 347. Addition of columbium reduces the possibility of chromium carbide precipitation and consequent intergranular corrosion. Typical Mechanical Properties
Sep 12, 2012 · Machining grade 347H stainless steel is slightly tougher than that of grade 304 steel. However, the hardenability of this steel can be minimized by
Stainless Steel - Grade 347 - AISI 347 Fe/Cr18/Ni10/Nb Jan 07, 2004 · Alloy 347 is a general purpose austenitic Stainless steel with a face centreed cubic structure. It is essentially non-magnetic in the annealed condition and can only be hardened by cold working. Niobium has been added to suppress grain boundary Chromium Carbide precipitation.
Stainless Steel 347 - Alloy CompositionAlloy 347 has a slightly improved corrosion resistance over other alloys of stainless steel in strongly oxidizing environments as a result of the addition of columbium (niobium) and tantalum. Columbium-tantalum carbides precipitate within the grains instead of forming at the grain boundaries.
Type 347 is a niobium stabilized chromium nickel austenitic stainless steel with corrosion resistance similar to 304/304L. This grade is typically used in the 800-1500F temperature range where it is stabilized against chromium carbide precipitation by the addition of niobium, which results in the precipitation of niobium carbides.Specification Sheet:Alloy 347/347H - Sandmeyer SteelAlloy 347 (UNS S34700) is a columbium stabilized austenitic stainless steel with good general corrosion resistance and somewhat better resistance in strong oxidizing conditions than 321 (UNS S32100). It has excellent resistance to intergranular corrosion after exposure to temperatures in the chromium carbide precipitation range