CF8M stainless steel is the most widely used US standard austenitic stainless steel casting grade. Its equivalent type is cast 316. From the name CF8M, the letter "C" means the alloy is mainly for the purpose of corrosion resistance. The letter "F" is the approximate location on the iron-chromium-nickel (FeCrNi) ternary diagram.
Note 1: Carbon steel castings for pressure-containing parts are covered by Specification A216/A216M, low-alloy steel castings by Specification A217/A217M, and duplex stainless steel castings by Specification A995/A995M. 1.2 A number of grades of austenitic steel castings are included in this specification. Since these grades possess varying
ASTM A351-2018. ： 600. ： Designation: A351/A351M − 18Standard Specif i cation forCastings, Austenitic, for Pressure-Containing Parts 1This standard is issued under the f i xed designation A351/A351M; the number immediately following the designation indicates the yearof original adoption or, in the case of revision
CF8M tiene una mayor cantidad de molibdeno agregado que brinda una mayor resistencia a la corrosión por picadura en comparación con los materiales SS304. Además, CF8M tiene propiedades de alta resistencia y mayor resistencia a la corrosión en general en comparación con el grado SS304. En cuanto al costo, SS304 es más barato que la
A forged valve body is produced by forging and machining solid steel. The key specifications for cast steel valves body materials are ASTM A216 (WCA, WCB, WCC), ASTM A352 LCB/LCC (low-temperature), and ASTM A351 CF8/CF8M. ASTM A105, A350 and A182 cover body materials for small size (or high pressure) forged valves.
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