I am looking for any procedural guidelines for welding 17-4 PH stainless steel. Any information would be appreciated. Thanks in advance. By Tim Buyle Date 08-03-2002 09:39 Alloy 17-4 PH is a Precipitation Hardening (PH) stainless steel. This alloy combines strength, corrosion resistance and good fabrication.
17-7 Alloy, 17-7 Stainless Steel, 17-7 Sheet, 17-7 Plate 17-7 Stainless Steel Sheet, 17-7 Stainless Steel Plate, 17-7 Stainless Steel Bar. 17-7 PH stainless steel is a precipitation-hardening stainless steel. SS 17-7 offers good corrosion resistance, good formability, and high strength therefore has been used for aerospace applications.
A stable, chromium-nickel-aluminum steel, 17-7 is a precipitation hardening steel with a high strength and moderately resistant to corrosion. In terms of corrosion resistance, 17-7 PH is comparable to 304 stainless steel and a better choice when compared to the 400 series of stainless steel.
17-7 PH Stainless Steel McMaster-CarrSofter shims, like copper or aluminum, can be used as wear plates between components that rub together, preventing damage to equipment. Metal shims include a material certificate with traceable lot number and test report. Stainless steel shim stock is more corrosion resistant than steel shim stock. 17-7 PH Stainless Steel Rolls
17-7 PH Stainless Steel Wire InterWire Group17-7 PH Stainless Steel Spring Wire ASTM A313. The wire is first cold drawn and then precipitation hardened after fabrication. High strength and offers a standard corrosion resistance for use in specific applications. The material is slightly magnetic in spring temper format.
17-7 PH Stainless Steel, CH900, wire Categories:Metal; Ferrous Metal; Stainless Steel; Precipitation Hardening Stainless; T S10000 Series Stainless Steel. Material Notes:Processing:CH900 - heated to austenitic range, 1040°C (1900°F), and water quenched. Severely cold worked (60-70%).
17-7 PH Stainless Steel, CH900, wire17-7 PH should not be used in salt water or reducing environments. Key Words:UNS S17700, double treatment alloy, CH900, wire, 17-7PH, 17-7 PH, 17/7PH, 17/7 PH, Precipitation Hardening, ASTM A313, ASTM A313M, ASTM A555, ASTM A555M, AMS 5678D, AMS 2241L
17-7 PH® Stainless Steel, UNS S17700Alloy 17-7 PH® precipitation hardening stainless steel alloy. It is a semi-austenitic being austenitic in the annealed condition and martensitic in the hardened condition. Alloy 17-7 PH® provides high strength and hardness, excellent fatigue properties, good corrosion
Small and large stainless steel springs manufactured for a variety of applications. For over 50 years, M & S Spring Company has manufactured torsion springs, compression springs, and extension springs using stainless steel wire because of its mechanical properties and corrosion resistance. We manufacture springs using several stainless steel grades including 302, 304, 316, and 17-7 PH. 17-7 stainless steel
17-7PH Spring Wire Property NiWire Industries Co., Ltd.Niwire recommends the use of 17-7PH stainless steel, because 17-7PH is a high performance stainless steel, the metallographic structure is semi-austenitic and semi-martensitic precipitation hardening type, with high elastic limit, good f atigue resistance can be used only after low temperature aging and stress relief after the spring product is made.
17-7Ph Stainless Strip 17-7PH Cond C Slit Coil UNS S1770017-7Ph Stainless Steel Strip Condition C is Processed in One of Our 7 Locations in the U.S., Canada, or Mexi Edge and Oscillate Wind Available.
17-7PH high-strength spring stainless steel wire features good corrosion resistance, excellent elasticity, fatigue strength, high temperature strength and dimensional stability. It is a new spring material with multi-performance for multi-applications.17-7 PH Stainless Steel Wire InterWire Group17-7 PH Stainless Steel Spring Wire ASTM A313 The wire is first cold drawn and then precipitation hardened after fabrication. High strength and offers a standard