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AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEEL contains chromium and nickel grades with very low carbon content. They are non-magnetic but can become slightly magnetic when cold-worked. Cold working also enhances their strength. They have excellent corrosion resistance, especially to atmospheric corrosion; good formability; good weldability, and excellent mechanical properties over a wide range of temperatures. In addition, these steel are easy to clean, which enhances their use in applications in hygienic and sterile environments. Austenitic Stainless Steel is divided further into 2 broad categories:

  • Chrome-Nickel : This category of stainless is popularly known as the 300 series. Currently, it is the largest produced stainless grade globally. Application ranges from food processing plants, chemical plants, architectural equipment, kitchenware, hospitals.
  • Chrome-Manganese: The 200 series of stainless steel is considered as the fastest growing and highest revenue earning steel. The Stainless steel is used for applications which include kitchenware, cutlery, sinks, and automobiles.


Through heat therapy, only the martensitic stainless steels can be treated to enhance hardness of the alloy. The most popular method to harden the surface of stainless is by precipitation hardening, but martensitic stainless grade goes through a different procedure for the same purpose. In this process, small particles are formed by the appropriate heat treatment and these particle acts as the strengthening agent in the steel matrix. They are high carbon containing (0.1-1.2%), plain chromium contacting stainless steel grades. The main motto to create martensitic grade was to develop cutlery items, but it performs best under hardened conditions and mildly corrosive environment. Their common uses are knife blades, instruments, fasteners, shafts