ASTM:
A995 1B
ASME:
SA995 1B
Alloy Family:
Type:
25Cr-5Ni-Mo-Cu-N
ACI:
CD4MCuN
AISI:
SAE:
UNS - Cast:
J93372
UNS - Wrought:
Common Name - Wrought:

Alloy Casting Statistics

Pounds Poured in 2021

144,520 lb

Frequently Asked Questions

01

Q. What is duplex stainless steel?

A. Duplex stainless steel is an alloy with a two-phase metallurgical structure consisting of austenite and ferrite in almost equal parts. The content composition of duplex steel has a higher level of chromium and molybdenum, lower nickel and a percentage of nitrogen between 0.05 to 0.50%. This composition, coupled with heat treatment, makes duplex stainless better at corrosion resistance (chloride stress corrosion and chloride pitting corrosion especially) and higher strength when compared to austenitic stainless.

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Alloy Standard

Chemical Composition

  • Carbon:
    0.04% Max
  • Manganese:
    1.00% Max
  • Silicon:
    1.00% Max
  • Phosphorus:
    0.04% Max
  • Sulfur:
    0.04% Max
  • Chromium:
    24.50 - 26.50%
  • Nickel:
    4.70 - 6.00%
  • Molybdenum:
    1.70 - 2.30%
  • Nitrogen:
    0.10 - 0.25%
  • Nitrogen + Carbon:
  • Vanadium:
  • Tungsten:
  • Aluminum:
  • Titanium:
  • Copper:
    2.70 - 3.30%
  • Columbium:
  • Barium:
  • Boron:
  • Zirconium:
  • Cerium + Lanthanum:
  • Iron:
  • Residual Elements:

Physical Properties

  • Yield Strength:
    70 ksi Min
  • Tensile Strength:
    100 ksi Min
  • Elongation at 2 in:
    16% Min
  • Reduction of Area:

Charpy Properties

  • Test Temperature:
  • Average Energy¹:
  • Single Energy:

¹ Minimum value for 2 test specimens and minimum average of 3 test specimens.