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Temperature effect on the WLL of Stainless Steel Products

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Last updated: 15 Jan, 2013
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Temperature Effect on the WLL of Stainless Steel Products
 
400 degrees F and below no change in WLL
400 to 800 degrees F 0 to 10% reduction in WLL
801 to 1000 degrees F 20% reduction in WLL
1001 to 1200 degrees F 30% reduction in WLL
1201 to 1300 degrees F 40% reduction in WLL
1301 to 1400 degrees F 50% reduction in WLL
1401 to 1500 degrees F 60% reduction in WLL
1501 to 1600 degrees F 75 % reduction in WLL
 
The Effect of Temperature on the Working Load Limit (WLL) of Chain
 
Temperature
Reduction of Working Load Limit
Reduction of Working Load Limit
Fahrenheit
Celsius
WHILE AT Temperature
AFTER Exposure to Temperature
Below 400ºF
Below 204ºC
None
None
400º - 800º F
204º - 426º C
0-10%
None
801º - 1000º F
427º - 537º C
20%
None
1001º -1200º F
538º - 649º C
30%
None
1201º -1300º F
650º - 704º C
40%
None
1301º -1400º F
705º - 760º C
50%
None
1401º -1500º F
761º - 815º C
60%
None
1501º -1600º F
816º - 871º C
75%
None
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