The Top Six Types of Stainless Steel Corrosion

Stainless Steel (300 Series) is typically specified in the food and beverage industry because of its excellent corrosion resistance. This resistance is due to the material’s ability to form a protective film on the surface as a result of passivation. However, under certain conditions, stainless steel can become susceptible to corrosion. In the November 2020 issue of From Experience, we look at the top six types of stainless steel corrosion, and the design changes that can keep the corrosion at bay.


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