330 SS is primarily an alloy to endure high heat and is most useful between 1500- 2150°F. It is used for its greater resistance to heat and thermal shock than other stainless steel grades. It is a corrosion resisting steel that can be used in sulfur controlling oxidizing gases up to 1900°F. In reducing or neutral sulfur free atmospheres it can be used up to 2150°F. Type 330 is nonmagnetic when annealed or cold worked. Typically used for annealing parts, carburizing boxes, and furnace parts.
330 SS Fact Sheet
|Composition||[Ni 35-37%, Cr 14-16%, C 0.25 max.]|
|Tensile Strength||102 Kpsi*|
|Melt||2500 - 2600° F|
|Max. Operating Temperature||2150° F|
* Tensile strength and elongation are for annealed 0.012″ wire diameter. Please note that material performance data is provided a reference guide only… There are many factors involved in wire cloth performance, so please consult with an experienced engineer before choosing the metal best suited for your unique needs!