STAINLESS REVOLUTION - FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

We have gathered on this section the most popular questions our customers ask about Stainless Revolution and our high strength products.

If you have any questions about our high strength solutions, check our this FAQ - you might find your answer there. If not or you need further elaboration on a topic, feel free to contact our professionals via our contacts page - we are always happy to help!

Material properties and terminology

What's the difference between Stala350 and Stala500?th high strength stainless steel??

The difference is their minimum yield strength: Stala 350 has minimum yield strength of 350 MPa and Stala 500 has 500 MPa. 

The difference is their minimum yield strength: Stala 350 has minimum yield strength of 350 MPa and Stala 500 has 500 MPa. 

Does the welding of high strength stainless materials require special equipment or special skills?

Welding of high strength grades doesn't require any special skills or equipment. EN 1.4318 can be welded with the same way as EN 1.4301 and using the same filler material (type 308L or 309L). EN 1.4420 can be welded the same way as EN 1.4404 and the same filler material (type 316L) can be used.  

Welding of high strength grades doesn't require any special skills or equipment. EN 1.4318 can be welded with the same way as EN 1.4301 and using the same filler material (type 308L or 309L). EN 1.4420 can be welded the same way as EN 1.4404 and the same filler material (type 316L) can be used.  

What makes high strength steels stronger than standard stainless steels?

Mainly nitrogen alloying of the steel. Nitrogen alloying increases strength in austenitic and duplex stainless steels.  

Mainly nitrogen alloying of the steel. Nitrogen alloying increases strength in austenitic and duplex stainless steels.  

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