MVAISL is a low-carbon austenitic stainless steel with both good general corrosion and good intergranular
corrosion resistance after welding processes.
MVAPML is a low-carbon austenitic stainless steel with Molybdenum. It has good general and pitting corrosion resistance as well as good intergranular corrosion resistance after welding processes
VPAU188Z is a Ca- treated free machining austenitic Chromium-Nickel stainless steel with a better machinability than the standard type 303 series.
V225MN is a Molybdenum and Nitrogen alloy ferritic-austenitic stainless steel whose duplex structure containing approximately the same amounts of Ferrite and Austenite is able to provide a good pitting and uniform corrosion resistance.
It is a martensitic precipitation hardening stainless steel with high strength and hardness. The mechanical properties are obtained by a solution treatment (Cond. A) that brings the Cu in solution in the Austenitic matrix followed by a rapid cooling obtaining a super-saturated Cu martensitic structure
This martensitic stainless steel exhibits high tensile properties combined with a fair ductility and better corrosion resistance than the common martensitic type 400 series steels thanks to its higher Chromium
and Nickel contents.
VAL1Z is the oldest and most popular free machining martensitic stainless steel, with a Carbon content capable of producing a suitable value of hardness after heat treatment, together with a very good machinability, and is widely used in automatic machining industries.
VAL2B is a 12% Chromium martensitic stainless with a medium Carbon content capable of high hardness after heat treatment together with a moderate corrosion resistance.
CMXC/1 is a high carbon martensitic stainless steel designed to supply high hardness. Its corrosion resistance cannot be as good as Chromium 18% grades due to the high Carbon content. Because of its high hardness after heat treatment, CMXC/1 is used in applications where this characteristic is the most important. Its Molybdenum content is lower than CMXC but properties and characteristics are substantially the same.