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5 Feb 2000

We are looking for a steel/stainless steel material which does not corrode in sea water when exposed for long durations and under high stress and room temperature. This will be used to simulate deep sea conditions for testing of components.Alternatively suitable coatings may be suggested on steel surface.

Prof Prashant Kumar Department of Mechanical Engineering
I I T, Kanpur India


A US Navy deep dive unit used a lot of 316 and 316L that had been passivated or electropolished. If in contact with other metals, it may/will rust.

James Watts
- Navarre, Florida


Dear sir,

any ss/316 not withstand under the sea water/salt water.

you coat the 50 micron of PTFE/PVDF/POLYAMINE/PFA/FEP/SILICONE etc.corrosion res.flouoropolymers. There are many branded coatings are INDIA. xylan/greblon/teflon/rilson. urs nearest DElhi ar in Gujarat available that coatings.

kalyan dhakane
Kalyan Dhakane
Mumbai, India

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