The European standard UNE-EN 10088 defines stainless steel as the iron alloy with a chromium content> 10.5% and carbon <1.2%.
Nickel, cobalt and zirconium materials and a wide range of specialty stainless steels.
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We focus on the promotion of stainless steel throughout the Universities of Spain. Once again, this academic year, we are giving our basic course about Stainless Steel to students of Engineering and Architecture with new content where the most outstading aspects of this material and its fabrication are presented up for debate.
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This stainless steel is an alloy made of iron, chromium and carbon, its typical chemical composition is of C 0.10%; Cr 12-14%.
The main grade of martensitic stainless steel is AISI 420, EN 1.4028.
Martensitic stainless steels suffer structural changes at high temperature therefore they usually get hardening and tempering heat treatments.
After these treatments, these materials get high mechanical properties and enough corrosion resistance.Their most typical application is cutlery.