2205 Duplex Stainless Steel | Thailand Duplex steel S31803 Supplier | S31803 | S32205 | SUS329J3L | 1.4462 | A182 F51
2205 Duplex Stainless Steel Bar (or known as S31803 or F51)
2205 is a (two-phase) ferritic/austenitic stainless steel with high strength and excellent corrosion resistance, as supplied in the annealed condition with a maximum Brinell hardness of 290 (Rc31).
Characterised by high yield strength, double that of the standard austenitic stainless steel grades, good fatigue strength plus excellent resistance to stress corrosion cracking, crevice, pitting, erosion and general corrosion in severe environments. Again generally outperforming the standard austenitic stainless steel grades.
2205 cannot be hardened by thermal treatment, but strength and hardness can be increased substantially by cold working, with a subsequent reduction in ductility.
It is used extensively by the Marine, Chemical, Petrochemical, Pulp and Paper, Oil and Gas, Transport and allied processing industries.
Typical uses are Anchor Guides, Conveyors, Fasteners, Bushings, High Strength Pump Shafts, Propellor Shafts, plus various applications currently using standard austenitic stainless steel grades.
Material Magnetic due to its part ferritic structure.
|German||W.Nr 1.4462 DIN X2CrNiMoN22 5 3|
|USA||ASTM A276-98b UNS S31803|
|Chemical Composition||Min. %||Max. %|
Mechanical Property Requirements - Annealed (As Supplied) to ASTM A276-98b UNS S31803 for Hot and Cold Finished
|Tensile Strength Mpa Min||0.2 % Yield Strength Mpa Min||Elongation in 50mm % Min||Hardness HB Max|
Typical Mechanical Properties at room temperature - Annealed
|Tensile Strength Mpa||Yield Strength Mpa||Elongation in 50mm %||Charpy V Impact J||Hardness (HB)||Hardness (Rc)|
|650 - 900||570||30||130||235||23|
Elevated Temperature Properties *
While the oxidation resistance of 2205 is good at high temperature as with other duplex stainless steel grades, it is subject to embrittlement when exposed to temperatures above 300 oC even for short periods. It is subject to embrittlement at 475 oC when exposed for 2 hours only, also between 370 oC and 540 oC over a longer period. Precipitation of sigma phase will also occur above 650 oC resulting in decreased ductility and corrosion resistance.*2205 is therefore not recommended for use at temperatures above 300 oC.
|Cold Bending||Hot Bending|
|Cold bending will be extremely difficult due to the high yield strength. Any cold working causing more than 10% deformation should be followed by annealing.||Bending Cold Bending Cold bending will be extremely difficult due to the high yield strength. Any cold working causing more than 10% deformation should be followed by annealing. Hot Bending Hot bending should be performed at 950 oC – 1000 oC followed by annealing.|
Corrosion Resistance :
|Bending Cold Bending Cold bending will be extremely difficult due to the high yield strength. Any cold working causing more than 10% deformation should be followed by annealing. Hot Bending Hot bending should be performed at 950 oC – 1000 oC followed by annealing. Corrosion Resistance General Corrosion 2205 has superior resistance to general corrosion in most media than 316L or 317L austenitic stainless steel grades|
|Stress Corrosion Cracking|
|2205 has a much higher resistance to stress corrosion cracking than 304L or 316L austenitic stainless steel grades.|
|2205 has a higher resistance to pitting corrosion than 316L or 317L austenitic stainless steel grades.|
|Crevice Corrosion / Erosion Corrosion|
|2205 has a higher resistance to crevice corrosion and erosion corrosion than 316L austenitic stainless steel grade.|
|2205 has better fatigue strength in corrosive environments than the standard austenitic stainless steel grades due to its higher strength and higher corrosion resistance.N.B. For optimum corrosion resistance, surfaces must be free of scale and foreign particles.Finished parts should be passivated.|
Heat uniformly to 1150 oC. Hold until temperature is uniform throughout the section.Do not forge below 900 oC. Finished forgings should be air cooled.
Finally forgings will require to be annealed in order to obtain optimum mechanical properties and corrosion resistance