Slick 2205High strength for semi-corrosive environments.
Duplex 2205 stainless steel (both ferritic and austenitic) is used extensively in applications that require good corrosion resistance and strength. The S31803 grade stainless steel has undergone a number of modifications resulting in UNS S32205, and was endorsed in the year 1996. This grade offers higher resistance to corrosion.
At temperatures above 300°C, the brittle micro-constituents of this grade undergo precipitation, and at temperatures below -50°C the micro-constituents undergo ductile-to-brittle transition; hence this grade of stainless steel is not suitable for use at these temperatures.
Grade 2205 stainless steel exhibits excellent corrosion resistance, much higher than that of grade 316. It resists localized corrosion types like intergranular, crevice and pitting. The CPT of this type of stainless steel is around 35°C. This grade is resistant to chloride stress corrosion cracking (SCC) at temperatures of 150°C. Grade 2205 stainless steels are apt replacements to austenitic grades, especially in premature failure environments and marine environments.
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|Wireline Diameter||Minimum Breaking Load (lbf)||Minimum Tensile Strength ksi (MPa)||0.2% Proof Strength (% of TS)||Elastic Limit (% of TS)||Modulus of Elasticity (N/mm²)||Sheave Diameter (Inches)||Minimum Wraps|
|0.092″||1650||1700||80-90% UTS||22 – 28% UTS||16 x 104||11||8|
|0.108″||2150||1620||80-90% UTS||22 – 28% UTS||16 x 104||13||8|
|0.125″||2800||1570||80-90% UTS||22 – 28% UTS||16 x 104||15||8|
|0.140″||3400||1520||80-90% UTS||22 – 28% UTS||16 x 104||17||8|
|0.160″||4230||1450||80-90% UTS||22 – 28% UTS||16 x 104||20||8|
|Wireline Diameter||Density (g/cm³)||Coefficient of Liner Expansion (Mm/m/°C)||Wireline Weight (lb/1000ft)||Minimum Wireline Stretch (in/100ft/100lb)||Thermal Conductivity (W/m.K)||Specific Heat (j/kg.K)||Resistivity (Ohm Cm)||Magnetic Permeability|
|H²S + CO²||
Very good in concentrations of CO2 up to 35% with no H2S present
|Chloride (Brine, salt etc.)||
Excellent. May be used in concentrations of up to 30%
|H²S + CO² + Chloride||
Very good in high Chloride and CO2 concentrations with no H2S present