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Properties of Stainless 6X19 Stainless Wire Rope
by techthumb in Sports & Fitness
When you consider the properties of 6-by-19 stainless steel wire rope, you should be aware of what the 6-by-19 designation means and how flexible it is in comparison to other types of wire rope. You should also be aware of its strength in relation to other types of wire rope and the advantage that stainless steel wire rope offers in the marine environment. Identification of Wire RopeWire rope i

How to Use a MAPP Gas Torch to Solder Stainless to Stainless
by Morbo in Hobbies, Games & Toys
MAPP gas burns hotter than propane or butane, so it may be your best choice for heating larger areas of stainless steel. But be careful not to get it so hot that it oxidizes and ruins the stainless finish. The surface materials that make steel stainless also resist solder. But you can overcome this problem by using an acid soldering flux specifically designed for stainless steel. You can use a MAP

Stainless Steel Vs. Stainless-Look Refrigerator
by stephenbennyhat in Home & Garden
Stainless steel appliances are a modern neutral in today's kitchens. Stainless steel appliances are available in true stainless steel and stainless-look versions. Both update the look of your kitchen, but there are differences. Stainless Steel's Industrial StrengthOne benefit to true stainless steel appliances is their industrial look and durability. Stainless steel appliances conjure up ideas

What Are the Differences Between 440 Stainless Steel & Normal Stainless Steel?
by Wes in Careers & Job Searching
The name stainless steel comes from its spot-free appearance when used for kitchenware. There are many variations on basic stainless steel, but all must have iron mixed with at least 10.5 percent chromium. There many kinds of stainless steel available. Each variation has a different hardness, corrosion resistance and durability under chemical attack. Materials such as nickel, molybdenum, silicon,

Difference Between 304 Stainless Steel & 18-8 Stainless Steel
by Kocur in Careers & Job Searching
Grade 304 and 18-8 stainless steel is the most widely used stainless steel. They are part of the 300-series of stainless steel with approximately 18 percent chromium and 8 percent nickel in their composition. The rest of the alloy is mainly iron with small amounts of other elements. WeldingStainless steel is harder to weld than some other materials, but this series of stainless steel welds well

What Is the Difference Between 310 Stainless Steel & 316 Stainless Steel?
by J.W. Mosley in Hobbies, Games & Toys
Stainless steels are generally very resistant to corrosion and heat. All stainless steels include chromium and other elements to decrease the likelihood of pitting and rusting. All grades of stainless steel share numerous similarities. There are only a small number of differences between grade-310 and grade-316 stainless steels. The differences between these two steels lie in their composition and

How to Cut 304 Stainless
by Patastroph in Home & Garden
The excellent forming and welding capabilities of grade 304 stainless steel has made it the most widely used grade of stainless steel. Like all stainless steel grades, grade 304 is harder than carbon steel and generates heat quickly while you are cutting. This quality makes cutting the metal difficult with tools that use cutting blades with teeth, as the teeth will quickly dull and melt from the b
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How to Cut 316 Stainless
by Timothy in Home & Garden
316 stainless steel is harder than many other steel alloys on the market. Stainless has a low carbon content, so it requires extra precautions when cutting. A good quality band saw and the proper band saw blade will help you improve your chances of achieving a smooth and professional cut.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
Band saw or circular saw
Carbon toothed or b
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Stainless Vs. Titanium
by FlyOnTheWall43 in Home & Garden
When it comes to jewelry and appliances, you have many options and styles from which to choose. Stainless steel and titanium can both be excellent choices for consumers interested in having a sleek look for everything from watches to kitchen appliances. Before deciding on choosing between stainless steel or titanium, check out the differences and decide which one is the right choice. Update your w

How to Cut 304 Stainless Steel
by WiseUp216 in Home & Garden
Stainless steel grades differ from carbon steel in heat transfer, corrosion resistance and workability. Each factor determines the tools and methods required when cutting the metal. Grade 304 stainless steel readily melts the teeth from saws using toothed blades. Cutting the metal with heat reduces wasted tool blades and quickens the cut, reducing labor. Plasma cutters produce a high-intensity cut
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