Stainless steel wire mesh material performance comparison
Type 304L is very similar to T-304. The difference is that the carbon content is reduced, which is more conducive to weaving and re-welding.
Type 316 can be stabilized by adding 2% molybdenum, which is a "18-8" alloy. It is less susceptible to corrosion than other chromium-nickel stainless steels in salt water, sulfur water, or halide salts. For example, chloride is an obvious example. The most valuable feature of the T-316 is its greater resistance to creep at elevated temperatures. Other mechanical properties and structural features are the same as those of the T-304.
The 316L type is very similar to the T-316 except that it reduces the carbon content and is more conducive to weaving and re-welding.
Stainless steel wire mesh is used for screening and filtration under acid and alkaline conditions, petroleum industry is used as mud mesh, chemical fiber industry as screen mesh, electroplating industry is used as pickling mesh, and gas, liquid filtration and other media are used for separation. It is widely used in the environment. Protection, minerals, aerospace, papermaking, electronics, metallurgy, and electroplating industries. Therefore, in the high-temperature, corrosion-resistant industries, the choice of stainless steel profiles is particularly important.