Stabilized ferritic stainless steel with improved brazeability

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75126F, 148 37, 22826315, C22C 3828

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044618115

ABSTRACT:
A stabilized ferritic stainless steel is wettable by brazing materials used at temperatures of from 2000.degree. F. to 2100.degree. F. The steel consists essentially of, by weight, 10.5% to 13.5% chromium, up to 0.1% carbon, up to 0.05% nitrogen, up to about 0.12% titanium and at least one other stabilizing element from the group consisting of niobium and tantalum in an amount in accordance with the relationship: ##EQU1##

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