ASTM A240 Grade 304: 304 stainless steel strip is the most commonly used grade of stainless steel, with good corrosion resistance, heat resistance, and formability.
ASTM A240 Grade 316L: 316L stainless steel strip is a higher corrosion resistance grade of stainless steel, commonly used in marine and chemical processing applications.
ASTM A240 Grade 310S: 310S stainless steel strip is a stabilized stainless steel grade with excellent resistance to intergranular corrosion, commonly used in high-temperature applications.
Other ASTM standards related to stainless steel include ASTM A276 (standard specification for stainless steel bars and shapes), ASTM A312 (standard specification for seamless, welded, and heavily cold worked austenitic stainless steel pipes), and ASTM A554 (standard specification for welded stainless steel mechanical tubing).
It’s important to note that there are many different grades and types of stainless steel available, each with its own set of properties and characteristics. Therefore, it’s important to consult the specific ASTM standard and grade requirements when selecting a stainless steel material for a particular application.