316L stainless steel is commonly used in applications requiring
high corrosion and heat resistance, toughness and long life. High aesthetics
and polishability are added benefits. A virtually non-magnetic material, 316L
applications include a wide variety of medical devices, hardware components
and small tools.
|Density||> 7.9 g/cm³|
|Melting Point||1302 °C|
|Ultimate Tensile Strength||510 MPa|
|Yield Strength||180 MPa|
Data provided is typical. Actual
parts should be
tested for application specific performance.