Amigo Impex supplies and exports Stainless Steel 310 Wires in a comprehensive range to the global customers. We supply electrode wire, welding electrode, filler wire, bobbin sire, wire rope, and more to our customers. These are made available to them in a variety of standards, specifications, thickness, size, shape, length, and diameter. Stainless steel is the best material for making wires. And among all series of stainless steel, SS 310 is highly preferred. This austenitic stainless steel consists of nickel and chromium content. Due to their presence, the alloy has heat resistant property. In addition to this, the alloy exhibits excellent resistance property as well. They resist mild cyclic conditions causing oxidations at a temperature of 2000 degree F. moreover; the corrosion-resistant ability of the alloy is comparable to another stainless steel alloy such as 304 SS which is again an austenitic alloy. Similar to 304, it also exhibits oxidation resistant and corrosion-resistant and can retain strength at room temperature. As a result, this austenitic alloy is preferred for using under cryogenic conditions and temperature. The alloy shows excellent toughness to the temperature at -450 degrees F.
Moreover, the Stainless Steel 310 Wires have low magnetic permeability. The wires, therefore, possess amazing characteristics such as corrosion-resistant, high strength, hardness, durability, toughness, and more. In addition to this, the stainless steel wires are less prone to embrittlement. They are even less sensitive in service due to the low carbon content of the alloy. The alloy offers oxidation resistant at 2000 degree F. they show moderate strength at high temperatures. However, hot corrosion resistant makes it different from another alloy. Our stainless steel wires are used in typical applications such as saggers, kilns, radiant tubes, heat exchangers, cryogenic structures, food processing equipment, coal gasifier internal components, furnace parts, and more.
A variety of wires are first tested in our housing unit where they undergo important tests. These are as follows- hardness test, tensile strength test, impact strength test, micro strength, positive material identification, macro test, flaring, flattening, ultrasonic, mechanical strength, eddy current test, and intergranular corrosion test. We also focus on the packaging of wires to protect them from harsh atmospheres.