Chemical and Petrochemical

Stainless steel resists attacks by highly corrosive chemicals and is therefore a particularly popular metal in the chemical and petrochemical industry. In this high-demand sector, mainly super austenitic/superferritic stainless steels and duplex stainless steels are used, which can compete with nickel and titanium alloys.
The consequences of corrosion are unplanned plant and pipeline stoppages, productivity losses and high repair and maintenance costs. The mechanical properties of stainless steel remain unchanged even in aqueous and gaseous environments at high temperatures. Acidic, toxic and flammable compounds can attack piping systems, with disastrous consequences for the production process.


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