Ferritic stainless steel substrate for catalytic system

Compositions – Preservative agents – Anti-oxidants or chemical change inhibitants


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252465, 4232135, B01J 2104, B01J 2106, B01J 2118, B01J 2386




A system comprising a ferritic stainless steel substrate having a tightly adherent oxide coating and a catalytic material thereupon. The ferritic stainless steel is of a chemistry which forms a tightly adherent non-spalling scale suitable for application of a catalytic bearing material. It consists essentially of, by weight, up to 26% chromium, from 1 to 8% aluminum, from 0.02 to 2% hafnium, up to 0.3% yttrium, up to 0.1% carbon, up to 2% silicon, balance essentially iron.

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