316 - Stainless Steel Forged Fittings

Raw Material ASTM A182 F316 Ed. 2020
C % 0.080 Max.
Mn % 2.000 Max.
P % 0.045 Max.
S % 0.030 Max.
Si % 1.000 Max.
Cr % 16.00-18.00
Mo % 2.00-3.00
Ni % 10.00-15.00
N % 0.100 Max.
Stainless Steel 316 Fitting Manufacturers & Suppliers

316 Stainless Steel Forged Fittings Manufacturers, Exporters & Suppliers in India


Stainless Steel 316 Fitting is made from an alloy called stainless steel, which is the best metal for corrosion and rust resistance. The welding process and heat treatment are used to produce this type of fitting, making it able to endure the high temperature ranges in the USA and resist chemicals. The back ferrule is designed to prevent the fitting body from expanding, and the front ferrule helps the nut be easily backed off.


This stainless steel is used for many applications, including pharmaceutical processing, marine fittings, coastal architectural fascia, and food preparation areas. The corrosion resistance of this material makes it an ideal choice for many industries, including food preparation, pharmaceutical, and food processing.


It has many applications, including marine fittings and corrosive environments. Stainless steel 316 is used in pharmaceutical and food processing applications. If you're looking for a stainless steel fitting that's corrosion resistant, look no further than our extensive range.


Stainless steel consists of carbon and iron, and molybdenum is included in some goods to increase their corrosion resistance. Stainless steel is often used for medical and pharmaceutical equipment and has a low carbon content. 316H is ideal for a variety of applications that require high temperature and high corrosion resistance.


And because it is a very strong metal, it's ideal for use in these industries, and is often used in industrial equipment, such as pumps and valves. Unlike 304, 316 stainless steel has a higher nickel content. It contains 16-18% chromium and 10-14% nickel, as well as small amounts of manganese and carbon. 


Additionally, it contains up to 2 percent molybdenum. Unlike 304, 316 stainless steel is much more corrosion resistant. Despite its higher price tag, it provides superior corrosion resistance. As a result, 316 is highly recommended for marine environments and is often used in hospitals and labs for sanitary purposes.