317 stainless steel, otherwise called UNS S31700 and Grade 317, is fundamentally involved 18% to 20% chromium and 11% to 15% nickel alongside follow measures of carbon, phosphorus, sulfur, silicon and adjusted with iron. UNS S31700/S31703 ordinarily known as Stainless Steel 317/317L Dual Certified is the low carbon content form of Stainless Steel 317 for welded structures.
317 Stainless Steel is an austenitic stainless steel which contains molybdenum. This evaluation has enhanced erosion resistance more than 304/304L and 316/316L. 317/317L By controlling the expansion of nitrogen, 317L ordinarily meets the properties of the straight review 317 with the exception of it's lower carbon content.
Features and advantages of both Stainless Steel 317 and 317/317L Dual Certified include increased strength, corrosion resistance (including crevice and pitting), higher tensile strength and a higher stress-to-rupture ratio.