The properties of the materials that comprise your fluid system components have significant impact on their compatibility and performance. By understanding the basics of their materials of construction, you will be better equipped to choose components that help achieve your operational goals.
Join our series of complementary Tech Talks on Materials Science topics in 2021. From basic considerations and material attributes to high purity requirements and oxygen service, refresh your comprehension with training from Swagelok Senior Materials Scientist, Robert Bianco, PhD.
Materials Science Basics Part 2 takes place on Thursday, February 11th at 11:00 AM. Watch Part 1 here.
Materials for High Purity Systems/Service
Materials for Oxygen Systems/Service
Materials for Hydrogen Systems/Service
Materials Science Basics Part 2 covers the following topics:
- Alloy Performance in Corrosive Environments, including
- Types of Corrosion and What to Know
- Attributes of Stainless Steel
- Localized Corrosion (Pitting and Crevice Corrosion)
- Stress Corrosion Cracking (SCC)
- Hydrogen Embrittlement
- Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion
- Material Selection for Fluid System Components, including
- Metals and Alloys Used by Swagelok
- Stainless Steels – 300 Series
- Super Austenitic Alloys – including 6 Moly
- High Nickel Alloys
- Duplex and Super Duplex Stainless Steels, 2507