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301 200 series stainless steel magnetic

Description: Stainless steel that is magnetic? [with graphics]2005. A. Stainless steel 300 series are slightly magnetic since they can contain from 0 to 8% ferrite formed after solidification depending of the chemistry of the steel batch. The second cause of magnetic response is martensitic transformation upon cold working or machining (alloy 301 work hardens and responds the most that way).

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