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316 finish marine grade stainless steel

What’s the Difference Between 316 Marine Grade and 304 0183;32;Marine grade 316 stainless steel Marine grade 316 stainless steel is similar to Grade 304 with one notable exception. As well as chromium and nickel, Marine grade 316 also contains 2% to 3% of molybdenum, a hard, silver white metallic element used to toughen steels and increase corrosionresistance in nickel alloys.Location: Unit 10/7476 Oak Road, Kirrawee, 2232, NSW

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