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Thickness 0.3 - 350mm 2507 1.4410 Duplex Stainless Steel Sheet SS Plate
ASTM/ASME:A240 - UNS S32750
EURONORM:1.4410 - X2 Cr Ni MoN 25.7.4
AFNOR:Z3 CN 25.06 Az
DIN/EN 1.4410,ASME SA-240
1. Products Details
inventory now includes Duplex 2507, which is a super duplex stainless steel with 25% chromium, 4% molybdenum, and 7% nickel. This alloy is designed for applications which require exceptional strength and corrosion resistance; examples include applications in chemical processing, petrochemical, and seawater equipment. The steel has excellent resistance to chloride stress corrosion cracking, high thermal conductivity and a low coefficient of thermal expansion. The high chromium, molybdenum, and nickel levels provide excellent resistance to pitting, crevice, and general corrosion.
1. 2507 duplex stainless steel pipe mechanical properties at room temperature
Pipe:thickness≤20mm ；δb/MPa:800-1000 ,δ0.2/MPa:≥550 ,δ5/%:≥25 ,(HV):290
2. 2507 duplex stainless steel plate in the mechanical properties of room temperature of -200 ℃ :
Room Temperature ≥530
Sheet 100 ≥450
3. Mechanical properties of 2507 large-diameter seamless tube
Dia*thickness δb/MPa δ0.2/MPa δ5/% (HV)
273.0mm×4.19mm 894 644 40 284
323.9mm×4.57mm 858 662 45 270
406.4mm×4.74mm 854 657 41 272
Duplex 2507 (UNS S32750) is a super duplex stainless steel with 25% chromium, 4% molybdenum, and 7% nickel designed for demanding applications which require exceptional strength and corrosion resistance, such as chemical process, petrochemical, and seawater equipment. The steel has excellent resistance to chloride stress corrosion cracking, high thermal conductivity, and a low coefficient of thermal expansion. The high chromium, molybdenum, and nickel levels provide excellent resistance to pitting, crevice, and general corrosion.
2507 should be hot worked between 1875°F and 2250°F. This should be followed by a solution anneal at 1925°F minimum and a rapid air or water quench.
Most of the common stainless steel forming methods can be used for cold working 2507. The alloy has a higher yield strength and lower ductility than the austenitic steels so fabricators may find that higher forming forces, increased radius of bending, and increased allowance for springback are necessary. Deep drawing, stretch forming, and similar processes are more difficult to perform on 2507 than on an austenitic stainless steel. When forming requires more than 10% cold deformation, a solution anneal and quench are recommended.
2507 should be solution annealed and quenched after either hot or cold forming. Solution annealing should be done at a minimum of 1925°F. Annealing should be followed immediately by a rapid air or water quench. To obtain maximum corrosion resistance, heat treated products should be pickled and rinsed.
2507 possesses good weldability and can be joined to itself or other materials by shielded metal arc welding (SMAW), gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW), plasma arc welding (PAW), flux cored wire (FCW), or submerged arc welding (SAW). 2507/P100 filler metal is suggested when welding 2507 because it will produce the appropriate duplex weld structure.