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Stainless Steel Chain

304-Grade Stainless Steel – This is the most common grade of stainless steel used because it is a non-magnetic material with good chemical resistance, which is extremely resistant to corrosion and can operate in temperatures ranging from -200° to +700° Degrees Fahrenheit.

316-Grade Stainless Steel – This is the second most common grade used which offers slightly better properties when it comes to chemical attack resistance and welding. We typically produce 316-grade stainless steel roller chains according to ANSI and DIN standard, but we can supply other sizes and even specialty MTO chains in 316-grade as well. Some of the benefits of using a 316-grade stainless steel over 304-grade stainless steel are superior resistance to corrosion, greater resistance to chemical attack, more durable, easier to clean, easier to weld, and in most applications, it will last longer. Something important to note about our stainless steel roller chains is that they are primarily austenitic, meaning they are non-magnetic.

403-Grade Stainless Steel – This is primarily used for wastewater application chains but we can manufacture standard and non-standard roller chains out of 403-grade stainless steel upon request. This grade of stainless steel has good impact strength, corrosion, and scaling resistance, and is magnetic.

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