304V. Melt Practice. This austenitic stainless steel is initially electric-arc melted. In wire form, 304V will gain tensile strength when stress relieved at 350-427°C. A reducing 304V will fully anneal at 1010-1121°C in just a few minutes.
304V is the most popular of all our alloys for use in non-implantable medical devices. This alloy has been vacuum arc remelted to yield a more uniform chemistry
304v Stainless Steel Strip, Foil & Wire Products are Precision Rolled by Ulbrich in #2BA–Smooth finish produced by cold rolling and bright annealing. A light
Stainless steels are used primarily for their resistance to corrosion and heat. After annealing the wire is considered soft (tensile range of 80/120,000 psi).
This is the BASIC and most widely used of all the Chrome-Nickel steels. SOFT and DUCTILE - Type 302 (18/8 chrome-nickel) Stainless Steel Strip. This is the