Here at ARMI | MBH we have been busy looking through data and certifying new material. I am proud to announce the release of 5 new Stainless Steel CRMs this month. (click on the links in the names of each part to see the certificates of analysis.)Our new steel standards in the MBH portfolio, include 2 high nitrogen steels, a precipitation hardening steel and two stainless steels.
Our new high nitrogen steels are; MBH-13X NSC2 Q and MBH-13X NSC7 B. Both have Cr around 22%, and Mo<0.5% NSC2 Q has N=0.299% and C=0.574%, while NSC7B contains N= 0.429% and C=0.397%. These two steels will compliment the other steels in this series to provide good calibration ranges for more than 12 certified elements.
Our two new stainless pieces are a new 316 stainless steel; MBH-13X 12854 M .This austenitic stainless is typical of the grade, with Ni=11.38%, C=0.08%, N=0.0097%, and certified for 16 additional elements, including Si, S, P, Mn, Cr, Mo, Cu, Co, W, Nb, Ta, Ti, Zr, Sb, Bi and B. The second stainless is MBH-13X 14211 R. This is a traditional wrought stainless steel with Si=1.73%, Ni=12.64%, Cr=24.78 and C=0.047%. It is also certified for 12 additional elements, including S, P, Mn, Mo, Cu, Co, V, Nb, Ta, W, Ti and Al.
Last, but not least, MBH-13X PH4 P is a new precipitation hardening steel. This hardened steel contains Cu=5.5%, Cr=15.5%, Ni=4.07%, and is also certified for 13 other elements, including Al, B, C, Co, Mn, Mo, N, Nb,P, S, Si, Ti and V.
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