The austenitic stainless steel grade 321 has outstanding corrosion resistance and has been stabilized with titanium. Equipment for processing chemicals and food frequently uses it. Stainless Steel 321 Coils are a common option for vehicle parts as well. Carbon, molybdenum, and chromium are all included in the alloy. It is low-temperature robust and exhibits good oxidation and water corrosion resistance. Niobium increases the resistance to intergranular corrosion.
The composition of Type 304 and Alloy 321 are comparable. However, the material has superior corrosion resistance due to the addition of 12% chromium. The strength of the material is increased by the inclusion of titanium and nickel. Working in the 800 to 1600 degree temperature range. Its perfect for uses requiring high levels of resistance, such as in the hydrocarbon industry. Coils has been discovered to be resistant to stress corrosion cracking caused by polytechnic acid.