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AISI Type 202

Category Steel
Class Stainless steel
Type Austenitic standard
Common Names Chromium-Manganese-Nickel steel
Designations United States: ASTM A276 , ASTM A314 , ASTM A412 , ASTM A429 , ASTM A473 ,
ASTM A666 , FED QQ-S-763 , FED QQ-S-766 , FED STD-66 , SAE 30202 , SAE J405 (30202) , UNS
S20200
Composition
Element Weight %
C 0.15
Mn 7.5-10.0
Si 1.00
Cr 17.0-19.0
Ni 4.0-6.0
P 0.06
S 0.03
N 0.25
Mechanical Properties
Properties Conditions
Density (1000 kg/m3) 7.8 25
Poisson's Ratio 0.27-0.30 25
Elastic Modulus (GPa) 190-210 25
Tensile Strength (Mpa) 515 25 annealed (sheet, strip
Yield Strength (Mpa) 275
Elongation (%) 40
Reduction in Area (%)
Thermal Properties
Properties Conditions
Thermal Expansion (10-6/C) 17.5 0-100 more
Thermal Conductivity (W/m-K) 16.2 100 more
Specific Heat (J/kg-K) 500 0-100
Electric Properties
Properties Conditions
Electric Resistivity (10-9W-m) 690 25

200 Series stainless steels
Features:
~ Lower nickel than 300 series with it being replaced by Manganese
~ Thus lower cost than 300 series
~ Similar mechanical & physical properties to 300 series
~ Similar fabrication performance to 300 series, including deep-drawing
~ Corrosion resistance similar to 430 (i.e. not nearly as good as 300 series)
~ High carbon may cause stress corrosion cracking, especially after welding thicker material
~ Non Magnetic
Performance Comparison:
~ Formability: Similar to 304, better than 430
~ Strength: Stronger than 304 (and 430)
~ Corrosion Resistance @20 C: Similar to 304, better than 430 but susceptible to stress
corrosion cracking / intergranular corrosion especially after welding

Chemical Composition

Chemical Element % Present
Carbon (C) 0.0 max
Chromium (Cr) 16.00 - 18.00
Manganese (Mn) 6.80 - 8.50
Silicon (Si) 0.0 max
Phosphorous (P) 0.0 max
Sulphur (S) 0.0 max
Nickel (Ni) 2.00 - 5.00
Nitrogen (N) 0.0 - 0.25
Iron (Fe) Balance
See attached page for full chemical analysis and mechanical properties
Properties

Physical Property Value
Density 7.80 g/cm
Thermal Expansion 17 x10^-6 /K
Modulus of Elasticity 200 GPa
Thermal Conductivity 15 W/m.K
Mechanical Property Value
Proof Stress 310 Min MPa
Tensile Strength 655 Min MPa
Elongation A50 mm 40 min %
See attached page for full mechanical properties. Note that there are some differences in the
requirements of AISI 200 series types and the EN standards - The above is taken from AISI. EN
1.4372, the EN equivalent to AISI 201 has a minimum proof of 350 and a tensile range of 750 to
950 whilst minimum elongation is 45%
Alloy Designations

AISI 201 stainless steel corresponds to the following specifications:

UNS20100 / EN1.4372 / JIS SUS 201



AISI 201L stainless steel corresponds to the following specifications:

UNS20103 / EN1.4371



AISI 202 stainless steel corresponds to the following specifications:

UNS20200 / EN1.4373



AISI 204C stainless steel corresponds to the following specifications:

UNS20400 / EN1.4597

Supplied Forms

Sheet
Plate
Applications

200 series austenitics are typically used to replace types 304 and 301 as well as Carbon
(Chrome-Manganese) Steels mainly for indoor use for low corrosion applications at room
temperature



Furniture

Bins

Cookware & Serving Bowls

Window Channel Spacers

Safety Shoes (mid-sole protector)

Deep drawn kitchen equipment e.g. Cookware & Sinks

Hose Clamps

Trailer Frames

Industrial Strapping

Railway Rolling Stock

There is also grade 201LN for welded constructions, structural uses and low temperature
applications - Examples include sides & roofs of trains, liquified gas storage vessels, structural
members/chassis of railway rolling stock, trucks & trailers, coal handling equipment

Performance Comparison

The 200 series grades perform at a similar level to grades 304 and 301 in low corrosion, mainly
indoor applcations at room temperature.

Corrosion Resistance

The 200 series grades perform at a similar level to grades 304 and 301 in low corrosion, mainly
indoor applcations at room temperature.

Not recommended for use in Chloride environments.

Heat Resistance

Oxidation resistance is similar to grade 1.4310 (301) up to 840 Centigrade.

Weldability

Reasonable, although sensitive to intergranular corrosion in the heat affected zone where
thickness exceeds 6mm.

Post-weld cleaning and passivation is crucial.

Mechanical properties of grade AISI 202
Technological properties of grade AISI 202
Hardness and heat treatment specification of grade AISI 202
Annealing hardness
HBS Cold pull hardness
HBS Preheating temperature
Quenching temperature
Holding time
min Hardening medium Temper temperature
After tempering hardness
HRC
salt-bath furnace controlled atmosphere furnace
235 262 788 1191 1204 515 air cooling 522 60
Steel plate/Sheet
thickness / mm b
MPa s
/MPa
Samples from the standard for 50 mm (2 in)
180 of cold bending test
longitudinal horizontal
Hot-rolled/Cold rolling:5 - 150 520 415 1618 2a 3.5a
Note:
(1) listed in the table apex diameter (d), to steel thickness (a) multiples said.
(2) in the ASTM A6 standard specified scope can meet any additional conditions.
(3) from the standard for 50 mm (2 in).
Mechanical properties
Mechanische Eigenschaften
Caracteristiques mecaniques
ReH Minimum yield strength / Mindestwert der oberen Streckgrenze / Limite delasticite
minimale
Rm Tensile strength / Zugfestigkeit / Resistance a la traction
A Minimum elongation / Mindestwert der Bruchdehnung / Allongement minimal
J Notch impact test / Kerbschlagbiegeversuch / Essai de flexion par choc
AISI 202 steel description:
Step Shaft: steel plate/sheet,coil,round bar,flat bar,tube/pipe,Profiled forgings
AISI 202 steel Specifications or Size:

Round bar:
Diameter : 1mm-2000mm
Square bar:
Size: 50mm * 50mm-600mm *600mm
Plate steel/flat bar:
Size: Thickness: 0.1mm-800mm Width: 10mm to 1500mm
Tube/pipe:
Size: OD: 6-219mm WT: 1-35 mm.
Cold-rolled sheet: Thickness: 2-5mm Width:1000mm Length: 2000mm
Hot-rolled sheet: Thickness:6-80mm Width: 210-610mm
Length: We can supply any length based on the customer's requirement.
Forging/hot rolling/ extrusion of steel.
Forging: Shafts with flanks/pipes/tubes/slugs/donuts/cubes/other shapes
Finished goods condition: hot forging/hot rolling + annealing/normalizing +
tempering/quenching + tempering/any conditions based on the customer's requirement
Surface conditions: scaled (hot working finish)/ground/rough machining/fine machining/based
on the customer's requirement
Furnaces for metallurgical processing: electrode arc + LF/VD/VOD/ESR/Vacuum consumable
electrode.
Ultrasonic inspection: 100% ultrasonic inspection for any inperfections or based on the
customer's requirement.
UTS according to SEP 1921 C/c,D/d,E/e;A388 or GB/T 6402
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AISI Type 202

Category Steel
Class Stainless steel
Type Austenitic standard
Common Names Chromium-Manganese-Nickel steel
Designations United States: ASTM A276 , ASTM A314 , ASTM A412 , ASTM A429 , ASTM A473 ,
ASTM A666 , FED QQ-S-763 , FED QQ-S-766 , FED STD-66 , SAE 30202 , SAE J405 (30202) , UNS
S20200
Composition

Element Weight %
C 0.15
Mn 7.5-10.0
Si 1.00
Cr 17.0-19.0
Ni 4.0-6.0
P 0.06
S 0.03
N 0.25
Mechanical Properties

Properties Conditions
T (C) Treatment
Density (1000 kg/m3) 7.8 25
Poisson's Ratio 0.27-0.30 25
Elastic Modulus (GPa) 190-210 25
Tensile Strength (Mpa) 515 25 annealed (sheet, strip) more
Yield Strength (Mpa) 275
Elongation (%) 40
Reduction in Area (%)
Thermal Properties

Properties Conditions
T (C) Treatment
Thermal Expansion (10-6/C) 17.5 0-100 more
Thermal Conductivity (W/m-K) 16.2 100 more
Specific Heat (J/kg-K) 500 0-100
Electric Properties

Properties Conditions
T (C) Treatment
Electric Resistivity (10-9W-m)

Chemical composition for AISI Standard stainless steel

Type Chemical Composition
Grade No. C Mn P S Si Cr Ni Mo Others
AISI 201 <=0.15 5.507.50 <=0.06 <=0.03 <=0.75 16.018.0 3.55.5 -
N<=0.25
AISI 202 <=0.15 7.5010.0 <=0.06 <=0.03 <=0.75 17.019.0 4.06.0 -
N<=0.25
AISI 205 0.120.25 14.015.5 <=0.06 <=0.03 <=0.75 16.518.0 1.01.75
- N 0.320.40
AISI 301 <=0.15 <=2.0 <=0.045 <=0.03 <=0.75 16.018.0 6.08.0 -
N0.10
AISI 302 <=0.15 <=2.0 <=0.045 <=0.03 <=0.75 17.019.0 8.010.5 -
N0.10
AISI 302B <=0.15 <=2.0 <=0.045 <=0.03 2.03.0 17.019.0 8.010.5
- N0.10
AISI 303 <=0.15 <=2.0 <=0.2 >=0.15 <=1.0 17.019.0 8.010.5 - N
0.10
AISI 303Se <=0.15 <=2.0 <=0.2 <=0.06 <=1.0 17.019.0 8.010.0 - -
AISI 304 <=0.08 <=2.0 <=0.045 <=0.03 <=0.75 18.020.0 8.010.5 -
Se>=0.15
AISI 304L <=0.03 <=2.0 <=0.045 <=0.03 <=0.75 18.020.0 8.012.0 -
N0.10
AISI 304N <=0.08 <=2.0 <=0.045 <=0.03 <=0.75 18.020.0 8.010.5 -
N0.10
AISI 304LN <=0.03 <=2.0 <=0.045 <=0.03 <=0.75 18.020.0 10.512.0 -
N 0.100.16
AISI 305 <=0.12 <=2.0 <=0.045 <=0.03 <=0.75 17.019.0 10.513.0 -
N 0.100.16
AISI 308 <=0.08 <=2.0 <=0.045 <=0.03 <=0.75 19.021.0 10.012.0 -
-
AISI 309 <=0.2 <=2.0 <=0.045 <=0.03 <=0.75 22.024.0 12.015.0 -
-
AISI 309S <=0.08 <=2.0 <=0.045 <=0.03 <=0.75 22.024.0 12.015.0 -
-
AISI 310 <=0.25 <=2.0 <=0.045 <=0.03 <=1.50 24.026.0 19.022.0 -
-
AISI 310S <=0.08 <=2.0 <=0.045 <=0.03 <=1.50 24.026.0 19.022.0 -
-
AISI 314 <=0.25 <=2.0 <=0.045 <=0.03 1.53.0 23.026.0 19.022.0
- -
AISI 316 <=0.08 <=2.0 <=0.045 <=0.03 <=0.75 16.0~18.0 10.0~14.0
1.75~2.25 -
AISI 316F <=0.08 <=2.0 <=0.2 <=0.1 <=0.75 16.0~18.0 10.0~14.0 1.75~2.25
-
AISI 316L <=0.03 <=2.0 <=0.045 <=0.03 <=0.75 16.0~18.0 10.0~14.0
2.0~3.0 -
AISI 316Ti <=0.08 <=2.0 <=0.045 <=0.03 <=0.75 16.0~18.0 10.0~14.0
2.0~3.0 N0.10,Ti5x(C+N)0.7
AISI 316N <=0.08 <=2.0 <=0.045 <=0.03 <=0.75 16.0~18.0 10.0~14.0
2.0~3.0 N 0.10~0.16
AISI 317 <=0.08 <=2.0 <=0.045 <=0.03 <=0.75 18.0~20.0 11.0~15.0
3.0~4.0 -
AISI 317L <=0.03 <=2.0 <=0.045 <=0.03 <=0.75 18.0~20.0 11.0~15.0
3.0~4.0 -
AISI 321 <=0.08 <=2.0 <=0.045 <=0.03 <=0.75 17.0~19.0 9.0~12.0 -
N0.10,Ti5x(C+N)0.7
AISI 329 <=0.10 <=2.0 <=0.040 <=0.03 <=0.75 23.0~28.0 2.5~5.0
1.0~2.0 -
AISI 347 <=0.08 <=2.0 <=0.045 <=0.03 <=0.75 17.0~19.0 9.0~13.0 -
Nb+Ta:10xC%~1.00
AISI 348 <=0.08 <=2.0 <=0.045 <=0.03 <=0.75 17.0~19.0 9.013.0 -
Nb+Ta10xC%1.00 Ta0.10,Co0.20
AISI 403 <=0.15 <=1.0 <=0.040 <=0.03 <=0.50 11.5~13.0 - - -
AISI 405 <=0.08 <=1.0 <=0.040 <=0.03 <=1.00 11.5~14.5 - -
AI:0.10~0.30
AISI 409 <=0.08 <=1.0 <=0.045 <=0.045 <=1.00 10.5~11.75 - -
Ti:6xC%~0.75
AISI 410 <=0.15 <=1.0 <=0.040 <=0.03 <=1.00 11.5~13.5 <=0.75 - -
AISI 414 <=0.15 <=1.0 <=0.040 <=0.03 <=1.00 11.5~13.5 1.252.50 -
-
AISI 416 <=0.15 <=1.25 <=0.06 <=0.15 <=1.00 12.0~14.0 - - -
AISI 416Se <=0.15 <=1.25 <=0.06 <=0.06 <=1.00 12.0~14.0 - - Se>=0.15
AISI 420 >0.15 <=1.00 <=0.040 <=0.03 <=1.00 12.0~14.0 <=0.75 <=0.50 -
AISI 420F 0.300.40 <=1.25 <=0.06 <=0.15 <=1.00 12.0~14.0 <=0.50 -
Cu<=0.60
AISI 429 <=0.12 <=1.0 <=0.040 <=0.03 <=1.00 14.0~16.0 <=0.75 - -
AISI 430 <=0.12 <=1.0 <=0.040 <=0.03 <=1.00 16.0~18.0 <=0.75 - -
AISI 430F <=0.12 <=1.25 <=0.06 <=0.15 <=1.00 16.0~18.0 - - -
AISI 430FSe <=0.12 <=1.25 <=0.06 <=0.06 <=1.00 16.0~18.0 - - Se>=0.15
AISI 431 <=0.20 <=1.00 <=0.040 <=0.03 <=1.00 15.0~17.0 1.252.50 -
-
AISI 434 <=0.12 <=1.00 <=0.040 <=0.03 <=1.00 16.0~18.0 - - -
AISI 440A 0.600.75 <=1.00 <=0.040 <=0.03 <=1.00 16.0~18.0 - -
-
AISI 440B 0.750.95 <=1.00 <=0.040 <=0.03 <=1.00 16.0~18.0 - -
-
AISI 440C 0.951.20 <=1.00 <=0.040 <=0.03 <=1.00 16.0~18.0 - -
-
AISI 442 <=0.20 <=1.00 <=0.040 <=0.03 <=1.00 18.0~23.0 - - -
AISI 446 <=0.20 <=1.50 <=0.040 <=0.03 <=1.00 23.0~27.0 <=0.75 - N:
0.10~0.25
AISI 631 <=0.09 <=1.00 <=0.040 <=0.03 <=1.00 16.0~18.0 6.507.50 0.4
0.65 AI 0.751.00




Properties Conditions
T (C) Treatment
Density (1000 kg/m3) 7.8 25
Poisson's Ratio 0.27-0.30 25
Elastic Modulus (GPa) 190-210 25
Tensile Strength (Mpa) 515 25 annealed (sheet, strip) more
Yield Strength (Mpa) 275
Elongation (%) 40
Reduction in Area (%)


Propertise of S.S.200


Chemical Properties ::
The chemistry offered is derived form the parent AISI 200 series, with suitable technical
modification to achieve the final properties in a cost effective manner as compared to the
existing 304 Grade SS. Literature survey reveals that AISI 200 series were developed in 1950's in
the United States, that development was strictly by the nickel shortage which was prevalent at
that time. The composition of these Steels varied widely with carbon ranging from 0.08 to as
high as 0.25%, nickel from 0.3 to around 7 % , Nitrogen from 0.10 to 0.4% with a chromium
level of 14 to 18%. The technical theme behind development of these grades was mainly to
substitute the costly nickel with manganese and nitrogen to achieve the austenitic structure by
controlling the ratio of austenite forming elements and ferrite forming elements (Ferrite Factor)
The drawbacks with these steel were higher carbon (>0.1%) and higher nitrogen resulting into
poor formability characteristics. With these backgrounds a new chemistry was designed in
which the carbon is controlled to a maximum level of 0.09% and nitrogen up to 1700ppm to aid
in formability addition Copper is made so that the work hardening rate is controlled. Thus the
optimized chemistry offered by us is
Grade SI4 S 0.015
C 0.07-0.09 Ni 0.75-0.95
Mn 9.2-9.4 Cr 14.8-15.2
Si 0.4-0.6 Cu 1.7-.9
P 0.075 N2 1550-1750

Physical Properties ::
Physical Properties of annealed AISI 200 Series
Destiny gr/cu.cm 7.74
ib/cu.in 0.28
Thermal 20-100C Cal/cm/sec/C/cm 0.039
Conductivity 68-212C Btu/ft2/hr/F/ft 9.4
Specific Heat 0-100C Cal/gm/C 0.122
32-212F Btu/ib/F 0.12
Coefficient of 20-100C cm/cm/C 16.6*10^-6
Thermal 68-212F in/in/F 9.2*10^-6
Expansion 20-316C cm/cm/C 18.0*10^-6
68-600Fin/in/F 10.0*10^-6
20-538Ccm/cm/C 19.6*10^-6

Mechanical Properties ::
200 Series 300Series
0.2% proof stress(kg/mm2) 35.5 26.7
Tensile Strength (ksi) 85-115 75-85
Elogation 45-55 40
Yield Stress (ksi) 50 35
GSN 8-9 7.8
Hv 208 157
Erchsen value 12.5 12.9
Limited Drawing Limit 2.0 2.3 to 2.5

Corrosion Properties ::
Considering that the components manufactured out of these sheets are used in normal
atmospheric condition chromium level 14.5% to 25.5% is quite to resist pitting corrosion.
Experiment carried out showed the following result
Kitchen utensils and cutleries retained their surface finish and luster similar to 304 Grade
Laboratories scaled experiments carried out under different media revealed the following data
Corrosion rates of the Stainless Steels Fully Immersed in 3% Sodium Chloride
B>Stainless
Steel Temperature Duration B>Corrosion
Rate B>Visual
Observation
K C (Hour) B>x 10^-
mmpy
J 3032 302 720 2.58 Localised
Attack
S 3032 302 720 3.29 Localised
Attack
J 3712 982 100 0.25 Material Remained
Same

Mixture (0.5% Citric Acid +0.5% Trataric Acid )
B>Stainless
Steel Temperature Duration Corrosion
Rate B>Visual
Observation
K C (Hour) B>x 10^-
mmpy
J 3032 302 720 0.44 Fungal growth
S 3032 302 720 0.38 Fungal growth
J 3712 982 100 0.34 Material Remained
Same
S 3712 982 100 0.17 Material Remained
Same

Dissolution Behavior of the three stainless steel in 3%NaCl on total Immersion
SS B>Temp
C B>Duration
(Hours) Elements estimated by AAS (ppm)
Fe Cr Cu Mn Ni Ti
J 302 720 0.177 0.011 0.003 0.508 - -
S 302 720 0.157 0.048 0.024 0.48 - -
J 982 100 0.057 0.007 0.015 0.829 - -
S 982 100 0.010 0.012 0.028 0.035 - -

Formability ::
The blanks cut from the annealed sheets respond favorable to the commonly fabrication
operation such as deep drawing, spinning, welding, bidding, rib formation, embossing, electro
deposition of metal like copper and necking of cylindrical parts. The quantified data on
formability is given bellow: Limited Drawing Ration - 2 Percentage Stretch in Spinning - 30%
Erichsen Value - 12.5

Note : Information in this document is only for the explanation of general characteristics and
properties of our product. For requirement of exact report you should contact our technical
department for same.