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stainless steel

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While stainless steel and nickel markets continue to swell, there is a note of caution: The fastest growing demand within the stainless steel industry is for grades that contain less nickel.
While markets for nickel and stainless steel should remain fairly robust for the next several quarters, analysts have been wondering about the feasibility of the materials and possible substitution.
14 Nature, offers hints about how metallurgists could conquer this pox on steel and produce materials that are longer lasting and easier to clean than current low-grade stainless steel is.
Most stainless steel is an alloy of iron, chromium, and nickel.
Occasionally, operators report problems with stainless steel.
Excessive airborne chloramines can result in brown stains on stainless steel components.
While there may be a decline in stainless steel production, more optimistic industry observers say they feel that the cuts will be only temporary, and nickel and stainless demand should pick up much sooner than earlier expected.
Jones estimates that Chinas domestic capacity will increase by around 6 million metric tons by the end of this decade, accounting for nearly 70 percent of worldwide stainless steel growth.
Duplex stainless steels have chromium content in the 18 percent to 26 percent range, with nickel ranging from four percent to seven percent.
Stainless steel can elicit the same sort of befuddlement.