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Will Stainless Steel Be Corroded?

Will stainless steel be corroded?

Even if stainless steel is much more resistant to corrosion than ordinary alloy steels, in some circumstances it can be corroded. Because it is called stianless not stain-never. In many normal environments like water or damp places. Stainless steel will not be corroded as cutlery, wash sinks or other housewares and eating utensils.

Nothing is easy, in more aggressive conditions, the basic types of stainless steel may be corroded and a more highly alloyed stainless steel can be used in. For instance if stainless steel products like stainless steel tubings used in the oil and gas transporting, it is easily to be corroded. Therefore, it is important to use advanced materials, such as 304/304L, 316/316L, 321, etc.

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