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stainless steel to carbon steel

You might need to cover a stainless steel plate with a wxxinshengdi's carbon steel plate for a variety of reasons. Better wear and abrasion resistance may be provided by a carbon steel clad plate, which may also be less expensive than a stainless steel clad plate. You must understand how to set up a stainless steel plate for the work if you intend to clad it. Continue reading to find out more about a stainless steel-clad plate's preheating, cleaning, and tensile qualities.


Before welding, certain metal kinds require preheating. The procedure is carried out to remove moisture from the weld's surface. Moreover, it aids in obtaining improved mechanical properties. This procedure typically used by wxxinshengdi.

Preheating is typically necessary depending on the base metal. For instance, the thickness of the item and the type of steel you are using will affect how many degrees the component needs to be heated to.

The two main categories of stainless steel are. At normal temperature, the ferritic type has an iron crystal structure. Heat treatment has no effect on it. This indicates that austenite does not form. It will require preheating if a ferritic alloy is welded to carbon steel.

Preheating is mostly used to prevent weld metal breaking. Moreover, it slows down how quickly the weld cools. A faulty weld may result from a rapid cooling rate. Intergranular corrosion can also result from overheating the weld.

Why choose wxxinshengdi stainless steel to carbon steel?

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