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31 - 52 %
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Reduction of area
66 - 70 %
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620 - 760 MPa
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Yield strength Rp0.2
390 - 590 MPa
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16.5 - 18.5 %
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2 - 2.5 %
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10.5 - 11.5 %
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0.015 - 0.03 %
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max., min: 5xC
UGIMA® 4571 has excellent ability to withstand corrosion.
Remark: The corrosion resistance of a stainless steel depends on many factors related to the composition of the corrosive atmosphere (chloride concentration, presence or absence of oxidising agents, temperature, pH, agitation or no agitation, and so on), as well as to the preparation of the material (surfaces free from metal particles, surface finish, such as hardening, polishing, and so on). Precautionary measures should be taken for certain tests such as the saline mist test (French standard NFX 41002): for example marking labels (that might cause corrosion run-outs and reduce the test resistance time) should not be used on the sample.
The table below illustrates a performance scale (with three levels: good/average/excellent) in different environments:
UGIMA® 4571 offers improved machining performance as a result of the optimization of the inclusion population. This expands the range of cutting conditions suited to the production of machined parts. The productivity gains brought by this new grade are derived from extended tool life, good chip breakability and good surface finish.
If you would like to use the grade to best advantage for your components and working environment, contact our Technical service via your usual commercial contact.
The annealing treatment that gives UGIMA® 4571 its lowest properties includes heating to 1020°C - 1120°C, followed by rapid air or water cooling.
Do not hesitate to contact the supplier for further information
UGIMA® 4571 can be MIG or TIG welded, with or without filler material, using laser or resistance welding techniques.
When using filler wire, we recommend using ER318 (Nb stabilised). For cold applications, ER316LSi wire can also be used.
To minimize thermal cracking problems, tight control over welding parameters is required. To do this, always ensure when using arc welding that the linear welding power is limited.