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Stainless Square Bar 316 exhibits high strength and excellent corrosion resistance including in marine environments. 316 is slightly stronger than 304 stainless and is rated as a marine metal. 316 maintains its properties in cryogenic or high temperatures. It is typically used in oil and petroleum equipment, aerospace, food processing, pulp and paper processing equipment, textiles, architectural, and marine equipment.

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Dimension Name


Alloy 316
Temper Annealed
Production Method Cold Finish
Height 0.25
Max Length 144
MTR Availability Yes
Full Length true
Material Stainless Steel
Shape Bar-Square
Custom Cut Warehouse 1
Material Specifications

This material meets the following specs: AMS -QQ-S-763, AMS -5648, AMS -5653, ASTM -A276, ASTM -A479

Weight/Lineal Foot

0.22 pounds
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Mechanical Properties

Property Value
Brinell Hardness  200 min
Density lb./in.^3 0
Electrical resistivity  74 min
Electrical resistivity  116 min
Impact values - Izod -ft-lb 70 min
Elongation % in 2 inches 30 min
Magnetic permeability  1 min
Max operating temperature ºF 1700
Max operating temperature ºF 1600
Mean Coefficient of Expansion in/in/ºF x 10^6 9 min
Mean Coefficient of Expansion in/in/ºF x 10^6 10 min
Melting Point ºF 2550 min
Modulus of elasticity lb./in.^2 x 10^6 29 min
Reduction in area % min 70 min
Rockwell Hardness B Scale 95 min
Specific heat BTU/ºF/lb (32-212F) 0 min
Thermal conductivity BTU/ft^2/hr/ºF/ft 9 min
Thermal conductivity BTU/ft^2/hr/ºF/ft 12 min
Ultimate KSI 85 min
Yield KSI 35 min

Chemistry Information: 316 Stainless Steel

Element Percentage
C 0.08
Cr 18 max
Mn 2
Fe 82
Mo 3 max
Ni 14 max
P 0.045
S 0.03
Si 1
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