Stainless Steel (SS – 316, SS – 304 & SS – 201)

 

Features

  • Non – Releasable locking
  • Corrosion resistant
  • Weather resistant
  • High temperature resistant
  • High strength, rigidity and hardness
  • High dimensional stability, even under the effect of heat
  • High abrasion resistance

SS – 316

  • Highest Tensile Strength.
  • SS – 316 is standard Mo (Molybdenum) added austenitic stainless steel.
  • Addition of Mo (Molybdenum) increases general corrosion resistance.
  • Resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion in chloride environments
  • High Temperature Strength.
  • Excellent inter-granular corrosion resistance during welding.
  • Excellent inter-granular corrosion resistance at elevated temperature.

SS – 304

  • Higher Tensile Strength
  • Excellent corrosion resistance
  • Higher Formability
  • Deep Draw- ability
  • Weldability
  • Corrosion Resistance
  • Superior yield strength at a lower cost.

SS – 201

  • SS – 201 type steels are lean nickel alloy austenitic stainless steel designed as a cost-effective solution for 301 grades in various applications.

Comparison in Stainless Steel Grade Cable Ties –

No. SS 316 SS 304 SS 201
 1.  Highest Tensile Strength  Medium Tensile Strength  Higher Tensile Strength
 2.  Best Corrosion Resistance  Better Corrosion Resistance  Good Corrosion Resistance
 3.  Highest Formability  Higher Formability  High Formability
 4.  Deepest Draw-ability  Deeper Draw-ability  Deep Draw-ability
 5.  Best Yield Strength  Better Yield Strength  Good Yield Strength
 6.  Excellent inter-granular corrosion   resistance during welding  Better inter-granular corrosion resistance   during welding  Good inter-granular corrosion resistance   during welding
 7.  Excellent inter-granular corrosion   resistance at elevated temperature  Better inter-granular corrosion resistance   at elevated temperature  Good inter-granular corrosion resistance   at  elevated temperature