Why is the stainless steel pipe subjected to solution treatment annealing?

The austenitic stainless steel is softened by solution treatment. Generally, the stainless steel pipe is heated to about 950 to 1150 ° C for a period of time, so that the carbide and various alloying elements are sufficiently uniformly dissolved in the austenite, and then rapidly quenched and cooled. Carbon and other alloying elements are […]

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