316L stainless steel is a low carbon variation of 316 stainless steel, which reduces the susceptibility to sensitization and improves weldability. It contains chromium, nickel, molybdenum, and small amounts of other elements, providing enhanced resistance to corrosion, especially in chloride environments. This material is often used in applications where exposure to harsh conditions or corrosive substances is expected.
|Tensile strength||485-620 MPa|
|Tensile modulus||200 GPa|
Please note that flexural strength, flexural modulus, and heat deflection temperature (HDT) are not typically provided for metallic materials like stainless steel, as these properties are more relevant to polymers. The values provided for tensile strength, tensile modulus, and tensile elongation are typical ranges for 316L stainless steel.