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1) Austenitic stainless steel with increased molybdenum content to increase resistance to corrosion compared to other 300 series alloys. Resist scaling at temperatures up to 1600 oF (871 oC). Used in industry, in marine environments and in a wide range of general industrial components.
2) Basic ferritic non-heat treatable stainless steel. Its strengths are in ductility, formability, good corrosion and oxidation resistance, thermal conductivity and finish quality. Used in automotive and architectural trim, heat exchangers and scientific equipment.
3) Martensitic stainless which attain high mechanical properties after heat treatment. Good impact strength, corrosion and scaling resistance up to 1200 oF (649 oC). Used in cutlery, steam and gas turbine blades and buckets, valve components and fasteners.
4) Hastelloy is a trademark for a series of high-strength, nickel based, corrosion resistant alloys. Other components includes molybdenum and chromium. Hastelloy is used in chemical applications. Resistant to pitting, stress-corrosion cracking and to oxidizing atmospheres up to 1900 oF (1037 oC).
Corrosion in piping systems caused by thermodynamic and electrochemical processes - corrosion problems and methods of protection and prevention.
Dimensions of threaded ductile-iron pipe according AWWA C115.
Dimensions of ductile-iron pipes according AWWA C151/A.21.51.
Copper tubes corrosion resistance to different products and chemicals.
Introduction to electro chemical series and corrosion of metals.
Common metals and their corrosion resistance to aggressive fluids like acids, bases and more.
Galvanic series of metals in seawater.
Ni - Nickel - binary eutectic alloys and melting points.
Solder joints and their pressure ratings according ASME B16.18.
Magnetic, spark, hardness and acid identification tests for austenitic, martensitic and ferritic stainless steels.
Uniform, pitting, galvanic, crevice, concentration cell and graphitic types of corrosion.
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