Stainless Steel Balls, Inox Steel Ball
Stainless Steel Balls, also called Inox Steel Ball, is of steel that
|Technocon Engineers offer a wide range of stainless steel balls.|
■ Steel Material: Stainless Steel AISI 304, 304L, 316, 316L, 302. Details...
■ Sizes (Diameters): 1 mm to 12.7 mm and
3/64"" to 1/2" diameter. Details...
■ Grades AFBMA (Tolerances): 100 to 2000. Details...
■ Production sequence of stainlesssteel ball.
■ Advantages of Technocon's stainless steelballs.
|Applications of stainless steel balls.|
Some common uses of stainless steel balls are as:
Vibratory polishing media, tumbling media, burnishing media; Details..
Valves for dispenser spray, detergent pumps; Details...
Grinding media for cocoa, chocolate liquor; Details...
Ball mill media; Details...
Agitators in personal care products like nail polish,
In machine bearings, Automobile sub assemblies,
In drawer slides, Basket / sink waste, Coffee maker,
Plating bath, Decorative uses. Details...
Stainless Steel Balls (Inox)
AISI 304, 316, 302, 304L, 316L
|The most common grades of stainless steel balls are:|
|AISI/ SAE / SUS 304. The most commonly specified austenitic (chromium-nickel stainless class) stainless steel, which accounts for more than half of the stainless steel produced in the world. This grade withstands ordinary corrosion, is durable and resists most chemicals.|
|AISI/ SAE / SUS 316. Austenitic (chromium-nickel stainless class) stainless steel containing 2%-3% molybdenum (whereas 304 has none). |
The inclusion of molybdenum gives 316 greater resistance to various forms of deterioration.
|AISI / SAE / SUS 302. Has almost the same chemical composition as 304 with slightly more carbon content and less chromium. |
Corrosion resistance is less than 304.
● Corrosion Resistance: AISI 316 > 304 > 302.
● Hardenability: The above stainless steel are not hardenable by heat treatment. Some work-hardening takes place on balls during cold-forging.
● Magnetism: AISI 304 and aisi 302 are slightly magnetic and AISI 316 is non magnetic. However, in the making of steel balls and media during cold forging / heading, slight magnetism is induced in all the stainless steel types.
● Passivation: The stainless steel balls are passivated after final polish. Carryover iron and other contaminants are removed and a surface film prevents atmospheric and water corrosion.
|Austenitic Stainless Steel Balls|
The largest category of stainless steel, accounting for about 70% of all production.
The austenitic class offers the most resistance to corrosion in the stainless group because of its substantial nickel content (8%) and higher levels of chromium(18%).
Austenitic stainless steels are hardened and strengthened through cold working (changing the structure and shape of steel by applying stress at low temperature); they are unhardenable by heat treatment.
Ductility (ability to change shape without fracture) is exceptional for the austenitic stainless steels.
Material Composition of Inox, Stainless Steel Balls (Round or Sphere)
|AISI302||0.15 max||2.00 max||1.00 max||0.045 max||0.03 max||8.0-10.0||17-19||Nil|
|AISI304||0.08 max||2.00 max||1.00 max||0.045 max||0.03 max||8.0 -10.5||18-20||Nil|
|AISI304L||0.03 max||2.00 max||1.00 max||0.045 max||0.03 max||8.0 -10.5||18-20||Nil|
|AISI316||0.08 max||2.00 max||1.00 max||0.045 max||0.03 max||10-14||16-18||2-3|
|AISI316L||0.03 max||2.00 max||1.00 max||0.045 max||0.03 max||10-14||16-18||2-3|
For Spherical Stainless Steel Balls Technical Data;
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