According to NACE Recommended Practice RP-0391 "Materials for the Handling and Storage of Commercial Concentrated (90 to 100%) Sulfuric Acid at Ambient Temperatures", either of these materials of construction should work for 98% sulfuric acid under the conditions you have described.
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Jay Mehta Community Member 1 Post
Re: Is it better to use a Hastelloy C alloy or 316L stainless steel?17 November 2014 at 7:57am Last edited: 17 November 2014 at 7:58amIt is certainly better to use hastelloy c alloy , preferabbly uns10276 for your application due to the nickel content of hastelloy being higher in hastelloy. SS316L will do okay as well, but for critical application and longetivity of the project, you must go for hastelloy. Thanks Jay MEHTA Kinnari
MOHAMMED ABDUL WAHED REHAN MOHAMMED Community Member 1 Post
Re: Is it better to use a Hastelloy C alloy or 316L stainless steel?5 September 2015 at 3:30amHere i too have the same issue with Hastalloy C4 and stainless steel 316,which will be the best for Potable water services and we are using this material in Electromagnetic Flowmeter electrodes as my specifications says HastalloyC4 and contractor is proposing Stainless steel, i want to know the pros and cons of Hastally C4 over Strainless steel 316.....
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Re: Is it better to use a Hastelloy C alloy or 316L stainless steel?24 September 2015 at 5:29am Last edited: 24 September 2015 at 8:32am