F11 material, specified by ASTM A182 F11, is an alloy steel commonly used for high-temperature applications in industries such as oil and gas, petrochemical, and power generation. It contains chromium, molybdenum, and carbon, providing good strength, toughness, and resistance to creep.
F11 material offers moderate corrosion resistance and can withstand mildly corrosive environments. It is used to manufacture components like flanges, fittings, and valves. However, its corrosion resistance may not be as high as stainless steel alloys. A182 F11 is designed for elevated temperatures, and the specific temperature range depends on factors such as the application and design.
A182 GR F11 material primarily consists of chromium (1.00-1.50%), molybdenum (0.44-0.65%), and carbon (0.05-0.15%). It may also contain small amounts of other elements such as manganese, phosphorus, sulfur, silicon, and vanadium.
When working with F11 material, it is crucial to consider factors such as pressure ratings, temperature limitations, compatibility with the intended service conditions, and adherence to applicable industry standards and specifications.