Chromium is present in amounts ranging from 19.5 to 33 percent. Duplex Steel S32205 Angle contains one to nine percent more nickel than austenitic steels do. Furthermore, nitrogen is added in amounts ranging from 0.05 to 0.6 percent for better welding. Additionally, molybdenum 0.1 to 5% addition improves chloric media durability. On the other side, the strength increases when one to six percent more manganese is added.
In some duplex grades, the alloy is also supplemented with copper and tungsten. The first commercial Duplex alloy, containing 26% chromium, 5% nickel, and 1.5% molybdenum, was melted at a Swedish mill in 1930, marking the commencement of the manufacturing of Duplex Steel S32205 Angle. This 1.4460 Duplex Steel S32205 Angle is also available.
The requirement for stainless steel with high corrosion resistance, high strength, and good workability increased along with the rise in demand for oil and natural gas in the 1980s, as well as the corresponding rise in the need for new conveyor systems. The most popular duplex stainless steel grade at the time was “2205.” High strength values and outstanding weldability are two of Duplex Steel S32205 Angle’s special benefits. Other grades of stainless steel don’t perform as well. Some Duplex steels also have a high resistance to the tension caused by frictional wear.
Uses of Duplex Steel S32205 Angle
- Storage tanks, containers, or vessels
- Pulp and Paper
- Chemical sector
- Tanks and containers
- Food and beverage industry.
- Oil and gas industry pipelines
- Pipelines that are in contact with harsh chemicals and seawater
- Plant with a heat exchanger for petrochemicals
- Plants that purify flue gases
- Desalination facilities
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