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A big range of selected products.
The quality of EUREINOX products is closely linked to the quality of raw materials used. To this end, we have been able to establish valuable relationships with the best European steel mills over the years, thereby allowing us to utilize the highest quality materials available on the market in our production lines and optimize on our experience in casting.
The complete list of products is also in Eure Inox catalogue.

EURE+ Materials
The materials indicated with "+" can also be provided in the Eure+ type. They are materials obtained through a process of fabrication that makes them suitable for high speeds and for the use on automatic machines.
Austenitic Materials
302
Chemical Analysis

  • AISI: 302
  • EN: 1,4310
  • C max: 0,12
  • Mn max: 1,50
  • P max: 0,045
  • S max: 0,015
  • Si max: 2
  • Cr: 16÷18
  • Ni: 6÷9
  • Mo: 0,8 max
  • Altri: N ≤ 0,11
Characteristics
Cr-Ni austenitic steel, non-hardenable and resistant to corrosion, nonmagnetic in the annealed state and slightly magnetic when cold worked, for general purposes and non-welded parts.

Example of use
Chemical equipment, decorative architectural elements, grids, antennas and nails. The most important application remains, however, for springs.
303 +
Chemical Analysis

  • AISI: 303 +
  • EN: 1,4305
  • C max: 0,10
  • Mn max: 2
  • P max: 0,045
  • S max: 0,15÷0,35
  • Si max: 1
  • Cr: 17÷19
  • Ni: 8÷10
  • Mo: -
  • Altri: N ≤ 0,11 - Cu ≤ 1
Characteristics
Cr-Ni austenitic steel, non-hardenable with improved machinability due to the addition of sulphur, nonmagnetic in the annealed state, slightly magnetic when cold worked. Not suitable for welded parts.

Example of use
The same applications as 302 and 304 for parts produced on automatic machines or all parts not subject to critical corrosion conditions and whose mechanical machining is to be made easier.
303Kx +
Chemical Analysis

  • AISI: 303Kx +
  • EN: 1,4570
  • C max: 0,08
  • Mn max: 2
  • P max: 0,045
  • S max: 0,15÷0,35
  • Si max: 1
  • Cr: 17÷19
  • Ni: 8÷10
  • Mo: 0,6 max
  • Altri: Cu = 1,4÷1,8 - N ≤ 0,11
Characteristics
Austenitic steel with excellent machinability on automatic lathes, excellent shreddability with prolonged efficiency of the tools by effect of its self-lubrication, limited formation of heat and good conductivity due to its copper content. Good cold deformation and weldability. It cannot be subjected to electropolishing.

Example of use
In high-precision micromechanics with a low degree of roughness and gloss of parts turned at a high speed.
304 +
Chemical Analysis

  • AISI: 304 +
  • EN: 1,4301
  • C max: 0,07
  • Mn max: 2
  • P max: 0,045
  • S max: 0,030
  • Si max: 1
  • Cr: 17÷19,5
  • Ni: 8÷10,5
  • Mo: -
  • Altri: N ≤ 0,11
Characteristics
Cr-Ni austenitic steel with a low C content, non-hardenable and resistant to corrosion, nonmagnetic in the annealed state, slightly magnetic when cold worked. Good weldability and intercrystalline corrosion resistance. Excellent toughness down to extremely low temperatures. It may be subjected to electropolishing.

Example of use
Plants for companies in the chemical, textile, food, pharmaceutical, paper, plastics, nuclear, frozen goods, naval and electronic sectors, or those manufacturing equipment for kitchens, bars, restaurants, butcher's shops, cutlery, etc.
304L +
Chemical Analysis

  • AISI: 304L +
  • EN: 1,4307
  • C max: 0,03
  • Mn max: 2
  • P max: 0,045
  • S max: 0,015
  • Si max: 1
  • Cr: 17÷19,5
  • Ni: 8÷10
  • Mo: -
  • Altri: N ≤ 0,11
Characteristics
Cr-Ni austenitic steel non-hardenable, particularly suitable for welded constructions. Presents excellent intercrystalline corrosion resistance and may be used normally at temperatures of up to 425°C.

Example of use
The same as 304 for welded constructions and where intercrystalline corrosion resistance is required.
304Cu
Chemical Analysis

  • AISI: 304Cu
  • EN: 1,4567
  • C max: 0,04
  • Mn max: 2
  • P max: 0,045
  • S max: 0,03
  • Si max: 1
  • Cr: 17÷19
  • Ni: 8,5÷10,5
  • Mo: -
  • Altri: N ≤ 0,11 - Cu = 3÷4
Characteristics
Austenitic steel nonmagnetic under all conditions, the presence of Cu and Ni ensures excellent plasticity and flow, and good resistance even in sea water.

Example of use
Moulding of microscrews, hexagonal socket head bolts, cross-head screws.
304CuCN
Chemical Analysis

  • AISI: 304CuCN
  • EN: -
  • C max: 0,03
  • Mn max: 2
  • P max: 0,045
  • S max: 0,03
  • Si max: 1
  • Cr: 17÷19
  • Ni: 8,5÷10,5
  • Mo: -
  • Altri: Cu = 3÷4 - N+C ≤ 0,035
Characteristics
Presents greater deformability than 304, without any deterioration in its mechanical characteristics.

Example of use
Same applications as 304Cu. Particularly indicated for highly deformable fasteners.
310
Chemical Analysis

  • AISI: 310
  • EN: -
  • C max: 0,25
  • Mn max: 2
  • P max: 0,045
  • S max: 0,03
  • Si max: 1,5
  • Cr: 24÷26
  • Ni: 19÷22
  • Mo: -
  • Altri: -
Characteristics
Cr-Ni austenitic refractory steel, non-hardenable, nonmagnetic and extremely resistant to high temperatures, thus satisfying most applications. It may be used normally at a temperature of about 1100 °C in an oxidizing atmosphere and up to 1000 °C in a reducing atmosphere, the atmosphere must always however contain less than 2 gr. of S per m.

Example of use
Plants for heat treatments, plants for processing sulphur lyes, hydrogenation plants, heat exchangers for furnaces, doors, hearths, grids, pins and brackets. Air warming elements, boxes and pipes for heat treatments, conveyor belts for furnaces, exhaust pipes for gas turbines and engines, stills, cracking or reforming plants.
310S
Chemical Analysis

  • AISI: 310S
  • EN: 1,4845
  • C max: 0,10
  • Mn max: 2
  • P max: 0,045
  • S max: 0,03
  • Si max: 1,5
  • Cr: 24÷26
  • Ni: 19÷22
  • Mo: -
  • Altri: N ≤ 0,11
Characteristics
Cr-Ni austenitic refractory steel, non-hardenable, nonmagnetic and extremely resistant to high temperatures, thus satisfying most applications. It may be used normally at a temperature of about 1100°C in an oxidizing atmosphere and up to 1000°C in a reducing atmosphere, the atmosphere must always however contain less than 2 gr. of S per m.

Example of use
Plants for heat treatments, plants for processing sulphur lyes, hydrogenation plants, heat exchangers for furnaces, doors, hearths, grids, pins and brackets. Air warming elements, boxes and pipes for heat treatments, conveyor belts for furnaces, exhaust pipes for gas turbines and engines, stills, cracking or reforming plants.
314
Chemical Analysis

  • AISI: 314
  • EN: 1,4841
  • C max: 0,20
  • Mn max: 2
  • P max: 0,045
  • S max: 0,03
  • Si max: 1,5÷2,5
  • Cr: 24÷26
  • Ni: 19÷22
  • Mo: -
  • Altri: N ≤ 0,11
Characteristics
Cr-Ni austenitic refractory steel, non-hardenable, nonmagnetic and extremely resistant to high temperatures, thus satisfying most applications. It may be used normally at a temperature of about 1100°C in an oxidizing atmosphere and up to 1000°C in a reducing atmosphere, the atmosphere must always however contain less than 2 gr. of S per m.

Example of use
Plants for heat treatments, plants for processing sulphur lyes, hydrogenation plants, heat exchangers for furnaces, doors, hearths, grids, pins and brackets. Air warming elements, boxes and pipes for heat treatments, conveyor belts for furnaces, exhaust pipes for gas turbines and engines, stills, cracking or reforming plants.
316 +
Chemical Analysis

  • AISI: 316 +
  • EN: 1,4401
  • C max: 0,07
  • Mn max: 2
  • P max: 0,045
  • S max: 0,030
  • Si max: 1
  • Cr: 16,5÷18,5
  • Ni: 10÷13
  • Mo: 2÷2,5
  • Altri: N ≤ 0,11
Characteristics
Cr-Ni-Mo austenitic steel non-hardenable and with a particularly high corrosion resistance due to the presence of molybdenum. The mechanical properties at high temperatures are also better than those of similar types without molybdenum.

Example of use
Chemical equipment for particularly hard conditions, equipment in contact with water or a marine atmosphere, photographic development equipment, boiler jacket, food processing plants, cokeries, recipients for edible oils.
316L +
Chemical Analysis

  • AISI: 316L +
  • EN: 1,4404
  • C max: 0,03
  • Mn max: 2
  • P max: 0,045
  • S max: 0,030
  • Si max: 1
  • Cr: 16,5÷18,5
  • Ni: 10÷13
  • Mo: 2÷2,5
  • Altri: N ≤ 0,11
Characteristics
Cr-Ni-Mo austenitic steel non-hardenable with an extremely low Carbon content and particularly suitable for welded constructions. Excellent intercrystalline corrosion resistance and may be used normally at temperatures of up to 450 °C.

Example of use
The same applications as 316 for welded constructions in which a good intercrystalline corrosion resistance is required.
316Cu
Chemical Analysis

  • AISI: 316Cu
  • EN: 1,4578
  • C max: 0,04
  • Mn max: 2
  • P max: 0,045
  • S max: 0,015
  • Si max: 1
  • Cr: 16,5÷17,5
  • Ni: 10÷11
  • Mo: 2÷2,5
  • Altri: N ≤ 0,11 - Cu = 3÷3,5
Characteristics
Austenitic, nonmagnetic steel suitable for nearly all cold plastic deformations. Even in strongly aggressive environments, it presents an high resistance to intercrystalline corrosion and pitting.

Example of use
The matrix enables it to be used for moulding complex fasteners, microscrews, hexagonal socket head bolts, cross head screws.
316L ESR
Chemical Analysis

  • AISI: 316L ESR
  • EN: 1,4441
  • C max: 0,030
  • Mn max: 2
  • P max: 0,025
  • S max: 0,010
  • Si max: 0,75
  • Cr: 17÷19
  • Ni: 13÷14,5
  • Mo: 2,5÷3
  • Altri: N=0,1 max - Cu=0,5 max
Characteristics
The basic material is 316L which is subjected to the ESR method (Electro Slag Remelting) a distillation process, which eliminates all kinds of impurities.

Example of use
Austenitic steel for osteosynthetic prostheses biocompatible with the aggressiveness of all humours present in the human body with a metal structure designed to avoid all forms of metallosis, in the case of implants for reducing fractures.
316Ti
Chemical Analysis

  • AISI: 316Ti
  • EN: 1,4571
  • C max: 0,08
  • Mn max: 2
  • P max: 0,045
  • S max: 0,030
  • Si max: 1
  • Cr: 16,5÷18,5
  • Ni: 10,5÷13,5
  • Mo: 2,5÷3
  • Altri: Ti=5xC min - Ti=0,7 max
Characteristics
The Ti content, which is five times the C content, has a stabilizing effect against the precipitation of Cr carbides around the crystals. In fact, the Ti forms, with the C, carbides that are well distributed within the grain and stable. The material presents a high intercrystalline corrosion resistance.

Example of use
Parts subjected to high temperatures in the presence of chlorine ions. Blades for gas turbines, bottles, welded structures, manifolds. Food and chemical industry.
321
Chemical Analysis

  • AISI: 321
  • EN: 1,4541
  • C max: 0,08
  • Mn max: 2
  • P max: 0,045
  • S max: 0,030
  • Si max: 1
  • Cr: 17÷19
  • Ni: 9÷12
  • Mo: -
  • Altri: Ti=5xC min - Ti=0,7 max
Characteristics
Ni-Cr austenitic steel stabilized with Ti, non-hardenable, nonmagnetic and particularly indicated for welded constructions and for applications at temperatures between 400 and 800 °C, resistant to corrosion.

Example of use
Exhaust manifolds for aviation motors, boiler bodies or collector rings, equipment for the oil industry. Expansion joints. Chemical equipment resistant to high temperatures.
Martensitic and Ferritic Materials
410
Chemical Analysis

  • AISI: 410
  • EN: 1,4006
  • C max: 0,08÷0,15
  • Mn max: 1,50
  • P max: 0,04
  • S max: 0,015
  • Si max: 1
  • Cr: 11,5÷13,5
  • Ni: 0,75
  • Mo: -
  • Altri: -
Characteristics
General-purpose Cr martensitic stainless steel. The hardening and tempering treatment improves its corrosion resistance while the hardening and tempering treatments at a low temperature of between -180 and -200 °C ensure good mechanical characteristics.

Example of use
Parts of valves, refinery plants, low-cost cutlery, parts of machines, shafts and parts of pumps (rods), cylinders for copper rolling, coal riddles and chutes.
416
Chemical Analysis

  • AISI: 416
  • EN: 1,4005
  • C max: 0,08÷0,15
  • Mn max: 1,50
  • P max: 0,04
  • S max: 0,015÷0,35
  • Si max: 1
  • Cr: 12÷14
  • Ni: -
  • Mo: 0,6 max
  • Altri: -
Characteristics
Martensitic stainless steel with high degree of resulphuration that makes it suitable for high-speed machining on automatic lathes. The hardening and tempering treatment improves its corrosion resistance and mechanical characteristics.

Example of use
Bolts and screws machined on automatic machines, shafts and parts of machine machined on automatic machines. Shafts of motors and pumps, mechanical and micromechanical parts in general.
420
/ 1,4021 (+)
Chemical Analysis

  • AISI: 420
  • EN: 1,4021 (+)
  • C max: 0,16÷0,25
  • Mn max: 1,50
  • P max: 0,04
  • S max: 0,015
  • Si max: 1
  • Cr: 12÷14
  • Ni: -
  • Mo: -
  • Altri: -
Characteristics
Cr martensitic stainless steel hardenable up to 50/52 HRC. It presents maximum corrosion resistance in its hardened state and after polishing.

Example of use
Knives, surgical or dental instruments, bushes, button dies, screwdrivers, moulds for plastic materials and glass, parts of valves, shafts in general.
420
/ 1,4028
Chemical Analysis

  • AISI: 420
  • EN: 1,4028
  • C max: 0,26÷0,35
  • Mn max: 1,50
  • P max: 0,04
  • S max: 0,015
  • Si max: 1
  • Cr: 12÷14
  • Ni: -
  • Mo: -
  • Altri: -
Characteristics
Cr martensitic stainless steel hardenable up to 50/52 HRC. It presents maximum corrosion resistance in its hardened state and after polishing.

Example of use
Knives, surgical or dental instruments, bushes, button dies, screwdrivers, moulds for plastic materials and glass, parts of valves, shafts in general.
420
/ 1,4031
Chemical Analysis

  • AISI: 420
  • EN: 1,4031
  • C max: 0,36÷0,42
  • Mn max: 1
  • P max: 0,04
  • S max: 0,015
  • Si max: 1
  • Cr: 12,5÷14,5
  • Ni: -
  • Mo: -
  • Altri: -
Characteristics
Cr martensitic stainless steel hardenable up to 50/52 HRC. It presents maximum corrosion resistance in its hardened state and after polishing.

Example of use
Knives, surgical or dental instruments, bushes, button dies, screwdrivers, moulds for plastic materials and glass, parts of valves, shafts in general.
420
/ 1,4034
Chemical Analysis

  • AISI: 420
  • EN: 1,4034
  • C max: 0,43÷0,50
  • Mn max: 1
  • P max: 0,04
  • S max: 0,015
  • Si max: 1
  • Cr: 12,5÷14,5
  • Ni: -
  • Mo: -
  • Altri: -
Characteristics
Cr martensitic stainless steel hardenable up to 50/52 HRC. It presents maximum corrosion resistance in its hardened state and after polishing.

Example of use
Knives, surgical or dental instruments, bushes, button dies, screwdrivers, moulds for plastic materials and glass, parts of valves, shafts in general.
430
Chemical Analysis

  • AISI: 430
  • EN: 1,4016
  • C max: 0,08
  • Mn max: 2
  • P max: 0,04
  • S max: 0,030
  • Si max: 1
  • Cr: 16÷18
  • Ni: -
  • Mo: -
  • Altri: -
Characteristics
General-purpose Cr ferritic stainless steel non-hardenable with a greater resistance to corrosion and to heat than the 13%25 Cr types.

Example of use
Decorative architectural elements, brass annealing pots, parts for oil burners, nitric acid tanks and tankers, equipment for bars and restaurants, nitrogen fixing plants, car accessories, annealing bins, parts for the food industry, parts for the chemical industry.
430F
/ 1,4104
Chemical Analysis

  • AISI: 430F
  • EN: 1,4104
  • C max: 0,10÷0,17
  • Mn max: 1,5
  • P max: 0,04
  • S max: 0,15÷0,35
  • Si max: 1
  • Cr: 15,5÷17,5
  • Ni: -
  • Mo: -
  • Altri: -
Characteristics
Cr ferritic stainless steel, non-hardenable and with improved machinability, specifically designed for parts that are to be machined at a high speed on chip removing machine tools.

Example of use
The same applications as 430 for parts produced on automatic machines and for all parts not subject to critical corrosion conditions and whose mechanical machining is to be made easier.
430F
/ 1,4105
Chemical Analysis

  • AISI: 430F
  • EN: 1,4105
  • C max: 0,08 max
  • Mn max: 1
  • P max: 0,04
  • S max: 0,15÷0,35
  • Si max: 1
  • Cr: 16÷18
  • Ni: -
  • Mo: -
  • Altri: -
Characteristics
Cr ferritic stainless steel, non-hardenable and with improved machinability, specifically designed for parts that are to be machined at a high speed on chip removing machine tools.

Example of use
The same applications as 430 for parts produced on automatic machines and for all parts not subject to critical corrosion conditions and whose mechanical machining is to be made easier.
1.4106
Chemical Analysis

  • AISI: -
  • EN: 1.4106
  • C max: 0,03
  • Mn max: 2,00
  • P max: 0,040
  • S max: 0,25÷0,35
  • Si max: 2,00
  • Cr: 17÷19
  • Ni: -
  • Mo: 1,5÷2,5
  • Altri: -
Characteristics
Ferromagnetic stainless steel with magnetic hysteresis at a low residual magnetization, optimizes low values of coercive force of Hc 140-160 A/Mt, equivalent to 1.82-2,00 Os without any deterioration in the resistance to intercrystalline corrosion and pitting on this object.

Example of use
Comparable to the austenitic stainless steel in consideration of its excellent self-lubrication, it is used in the production of cores for solenoids for which an high productivity on automatic lathes is required. It is also used in the production of solenoid valves and in the car industry.
431
Chemical Analysis

  • AISI: 431
  • EN: 1,4057
  • C max: 0,12÷0,22
  • Mn max: 1,5
  • P max: 0,04
  • S max: 0,015
  • Si max: 1
  • Cr: 15÷17
  • Ni: -
  • Mo: -
  • Altri: -
Characteristics
Cr-Ni martensitic stainless steel, hardenable, with good mechanical characteristics and a greater corrosion resistance than the 403, 410, 420, 430 types.

Example of use
Shafts in general, bolts, machinery for machining paper, screw conveyors, aeroplane accessories.
434
Chemical Analysis

  • AISI: 434
  • EN: 1,4113
  • C max: 0,08
  • Mn max: 1
  • P max: 0,04
  • S max: 0,015
  • Si max: 1
  • Cr: 16÷18
  • Ni: -
  • Mo: 0,9÷1,4
  • Altri: -
Characteristics
Ferritic stainless steel similar to Aisi 430 with greater corrosion resistance.

Example of use
Car industry for the production of bumpers and mouldings that are to withstand the corrosion caused by antifreeze salts. Metal tags for catalytic mufflers.
440B
Chemical Analysis

  • AISI: 440B
  • EN: 1,4112
  • C max: 0,85÷0,95
  • Mn max: 1
  • P max: 0,04
  • S max: 0,015
  • Si max: 1
  • Cr: 17÷19
  • Ni: -
  • Mo: 0,9÷1,3
  • Altri: 0,07≤V≤0,012
Characteristics
Cr martensitic stainless steel, hardenable to very high values with good resistance to corrosion and wear after hardening. Hardness increases in proportion to the increase in the C content.

Example of use
Balls, bearings, rings, parts for valves, dies in general, glass moulds, can closing rollers, bushes, special knives, blades, dental equipment.