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Stainless Steel Forging

Youlin stands ready to be your forging partner. We forge parts in a variety of stainless steel alloys. Whether you need simple open die forged parts or seamless rolled rings, Youlin will ensure your stainless steel forging parts will meet your needs. Our expert team of engineers, metallurgists, and quality personnel guarantee our forged parts meet various quality standards.

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1. Our Value Added Services for Stainless Steel Forging

Stainless Steel Forging1) Machining Service After forging, stainless steel products are always in rough shapes, to reach final shape, further machining operation is needed. Youlin is also equipped with a series of machining facilities, in this way, we can provide machining service as well. As the fluidity of stainless steel is worse than other steels, so both forging & machining difficulties are larger.


2) Surface Treatment

Another value-added service we can supply is the surface treatment. In terms of stainless steel forging, we can carry out below surface treatments:

■ Shot blasting: The most common surface treatment method for stainless steel forgings. Shot blasting is treated when there is no special requirement on stainless steel forged parts.

■ Pickling & Passivation: Pickling will help stainless steel forging to achieve smooth surface and passivation will form a protective layer with good corrosion resistance.

■ Mirror polishing: After mirror polishing, the surface finish of stainless steel casting will be improved greatly. Mirror polished stainless steel forging will look shining, like mirror.

■ Surface satin finish: A 240 grit finish on stainless steel forging is the most common requirement for surface stain finish on stainless steel parts.


2. Forged Stainless Steel Grades & Benefits

Stainless steel has overall benefits of corrosion resistance and machinability, and each grade type of stainless steel comes with its own set of benefits:

Stainless Steel Grades

Benefits

AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEEL

✔ Highest impact strength ✔ Non-magnetic

✔Cryogenic toughness

MARTENSITIC STAINLESS STEEL

✔High strength

✔Pitting corrosion resistance

PRECIPITATION HARDENING (PH) STAINLESS STEEL

✔Extreme strength and fatigue life

✔Moderate toughness

DUPLEX STAINLESS STEEL

✔Sound combination of strength and corrosion resistance

✔Reliable toughness at room temperature


3. Stainless Steel Forging Advantages

Stainless Steel ForgingForged Stainless Steel enhances and amplifies the existing qualities of stainless steel. In essence, the forging process improves the corrosion resistance of stainless steel, permitting the grade to endure and withstand harsh, aggressive and more extreme environments. The stainless steel forging process also creates a unique and continuous grain flow that follows the stainless steel part unlike other processes such as casting or machining, which helps to provide strength where it's needed most.

→ Improved Heat Resistance

Heat resistance is essential for high-friction and high-heat applications. This property is critical for automotive components, tooling, chemical processing components and other products that experience high temperatures for prolonged periods of time. The process results in components that can withstand extreme temperatures without deforming or losing their structural integrity.


→ Increased Corrosion Resistance

Corrosive components can quickly degrade other materials. Don’t compromise the quality of your components by introducing alloys to corrosive materials without the proper protection. Forging stainless steel with our innovative closed die forging techniques increases the corrosion resistance of the alloy. Use forged stainless steel to create valves, pumps and other products for petrochemical or marine equipment.


→ Oxide Layer Protection

During the process of stainless steel forging a protective oxide layer is created that extends the lifespan of your components and works to keep them operating efficiently through harsh conditions. This oxide layer reduces the risk of stress cracking, pitting, deformation, crevice corrosion and other factors that would otherwise compromise the structural integrity of your forged products.


4. Why Stainless Steel Forging?

→ Known for its corrosion and heat resistance, stainless steel is overall quality choice of material for forging.

→ By forging stainless steel, virtually any grade of stainless steel, the process enhances and amplifies the existing qualities of stainless steel. For example, the forging process improves the strength and corrosion resistance of stainless steel, enabling the grade to outlast and withstand harsher, more aggressive and extreme environments.

→ Another advantage of stainless steel forging is that the process creates a unique and continuous grain flow that follows the stainless steel part unlike other processes such as casting or machining, thus allowing strength to be where it’s needed.

→ Forging also can create a higher strength to weight ratio. By improving the mechanical properties of stainless steel, forging stainless steel will better your overall part.


5. Applications for Stainless Steel Forging Parts

Stainless steel forging are incredibly strong and resistant to corrosion, making them ideal for use in a versatile range of industries. Some common applications include:

● Agriculture, construction, and off-highway. Forging can be used to construct parts for any type of outdoor equipment that needs to withstand harsh environments.

● Hand tools. Forged hand tools are generally stronger and more durable than tools which have been cast.

● Sports and recreation. Stainless steel forging are often used to create sports equipment such as golf clubs, or recreational equipment such as garden tools.

● Oil. Stainless steel forging are frequently used to fabricate special application wrenches used in the oil industry.

● Rail. The strength and durability offered by forged parts makes them ideal for use in railways.

● Firearms and defense. Stainless steel forging may be used to manufacture gun components and missile guidance systems.

● Aerospace. The strength and versatility of stainless steel forging makes them ideal for use as parts in the aerospace industry.

● Gear box. Stainless steel forging are highly versatile and can be used to create a variety of durable gear parts.

● Medical tools. The highly corrosion-resistant nature of forged stainless steel components makes them ideal for use in the medical industry, where forged items may go through repeated sterilization. For example, many surgical tools are forged.

● Marine. May be used for fasteners including nuts, bolts, and screws. Corrosion resistance also makes stainless steel forging ideal for marine applications such as pliers.

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6. FAQ

Q: Is stainless steel good for forging?

A: Known for its corrosion and heat resistance, stainless steel is overall quality choice of material for forging. By forging stainless steel, virtually any grade of stainless steel, the process enhances and amplifies the existing qualities of stainless steel. Forging also can create a higher strength to weight ratio.


Q: Is it hard to forge stainless steel?

A: You can forge stainless steel, but you must passivate it afterward to improve the steel's corrosion resistance so it lasts long and can function properly. Some types of stainless steel, such as 300 grades, will require more hammering to forge.


Q: Can 300 series stainless steel be heat treated?

A: A typical steel heat treatments doesn’t harden 300 series stainless steel. Solution treating or annealing this stainless steel is possible by heating it to 1010 – 1120 °C before rapid cooling. Slow cooling 300 series stainless steel retains its hardness; where as rapid cooling softens the steel.




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