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    • e 105 - September 2011 Datasheet Experience www.finetubes.com The demand for high performance stainless steel and titanium alloys that can offer excellent strength-to-weightmedical ratios is constantly increasing. This in combination with high levels of microbiological corrosion resistance and fatigue life properties is the challenge which has been exceeded by our tubular medical pre-materials. Our high levels of ID and OD surface finish, tolerance and ovality controls yield a product which is cost competitive against the existing gun drilled technology. At the same time it can offer the further benefits of consistency and typically 10ft (3m) lengths. Applications Size Range Our size range for medical products is based upon manufacture of cold drawn tubing from 0.30 mm (0.012") to 50.8mm (2") OD. Tolerances: OD and ID up to 0.0127mm (0.0005") are achievable. SWG 4.77 0.188 44 3.25 0.126 implants 40 36 1.63 0.064 34 30 0.80 0.032 instruments 26 0.56 0.022 24 22 0.38 0.016 20 0.23 0.009 16 stents 12 0.15 0.006 9 7 0.05 0.002 0 0 0 mm ins mm 0 0.4 1.6 3.2 4.8 6.4 8.0 12.7 19.0 27.0 30.0 35.0 45.5 wall OD ins 0 1/64 1/16 1/8 3/16 1/4 5/16 1/2 3/4 1 1/16 1 3/16 1 3/8 1 3/4 www.finetubes.com
    • e 105 - September 2011 Datasheet Integrity Assurancemedical The process for quality control within Fine Tubes is critical in respect of consistently achieving the highest level of specification requirements. Reduction control through pilgering and drawing is specific to each product dimension and specification requirements. This is the driver for tolerance control, OD and ID surface finish control, inclusion levels and final grain size. ID surface finish is further refined by passivation, polishing or electropolishing processes. OD surfaces are finished down to 0.1μm (0.25μ"), ID down to 0.2μm (0.5μ"). Grain size is based upon ASTM E112. Our process control enables grain size control to obtain levels ≥8. Typical Manufacturing Standards ● ASTM F2063-00 - NiTi Shape Memory Alloy ● 21Cr 10Ni 3Mn 2.5 Mo ● ASTM F136 1996 Ti6/4 ELI ● ISO 5832-11 1994 BS7252: Part 11 - Ti 6Al 7Nb ● ASTM F138-00 316L/316LVM ● ISO 5832-9 1993 BS7252: Part 9 ● ASTM F2063-00 - NiTi Shape Memory Alloys ● ISO DIN 25832-1 ● ASTM F1314 1995 22Cr-13Ni-5Mn ● DIN 17449 W-Nr 1.4401 Tube Advantages ID Surface Finish: Refineed by centreless grinding and/or ID electropolishing to acheive 0.2 μm (0.5 μ”). ID Defect Levels: UT tested to levels down to 20 microns (0.02mm/ 0.0008”). Fatigue life: Control of texture combined with extra low levels of interstitual impurities leads to higher fatigue performance than equivalent drilled bars. Tolerances: In-house control to ISO 286-2 h8. Outside Diameter Tolerance +/ - mm Inches 6-10 mm 0.022 0.00086 >10-18 mm 0.027 0.00011 >18-30 mm 0.033 0.0013 ID/OD ratio: Our tube production can be controlled over full length to maintain small IDs from 0.3mm to 0.15mm of OD ISO5832-1 D 316LVM Thin Required Thick Required Type of Inclusion (Typical) (Typical) A - Sulphides 1.5 (0) 1 (0) B - Aluminates 1.5 (0) 1 (0) C - Silicates 1.5 (0) 1 (0) D - Globular Oxides 1.5 (0.5) 1 (0) Thin Required Thick Required ASTM F1314 22-13-5 (Typical) (Typical) A - Sulphides 1.5 (0) 1 (0) B - Aluminates 1.5 (0) 1 (0) C - Silicates 1.5 (0) 1 (0) D - Globular Oxides 1.5 (1.0) 1 (0) www.finetubes.com
    • Stainless Steel for Implants Chemical Analysis % Density Tensile Rm (min) Yield Rp 0.2% (min) Elong. ALLOY Werk- Hardness Temper % Application UNS No. stoffe HV C Mn Ni Cr Fe Mo Ti Nb N Other g/cm³ lb/in³ ksi MPa ksi MPa min 316LVM 0.030 2.0 11.0- 17.0- 2.0- Vacuum remelt or ESR to achieve highest 1.4441 bal 7.93 0.286 ANN 70 485 25 170 35 200 max S31673 max max 14.0 19.0 3.0 microcleanliness levels and structural homogenity. Rex 734 0.080 2.0- 9.0- 19.5- 2.0- 0.25- Cu 0.25 bal 7.89 0.285 ANN 107 740 62 430 35 300 max Medical implant grade. S31675 max 4.3 11.0 22.0 3.0 0.50 max N50 0.060 4.0- 11.5- 20.5- 1.5- 0.1- 0.2- V 7.880 0.285 ANN 100 690 55 380 35 285 max Nitrogen strengthened austenitic grade with 1.3964 bal S20910 max 6.0 13.5 23.5 3.0 0.3 0.4 0.1-0.3 7.450 0.270 CW 170 1170 150 1034 20 528 max exceptional strength in the cold worked condition. MP35N 0.03 0.2 33.0- 19.0- 1.0 9.0- 1.0 Nickel cobalt alloy with very high strength, Co bal 8.43 0.304 HT 220 1514 200 1380 10 528 max R30035 max max 37.0 21.0 max 10.5 max toughness and outstanding corrosion resistance.Stainless Steel for Surgical Instruments Chemical Analysis % Density Tensile Rm (min) Yield Rp 0.2% (min) Elong. ALLOY Werk- Hardness Temper % Application UNS No. stoffe HV min C Mn Ni Cr Fe Mo Nb Other g/cm³ lb/in³ ksi MPa ksi MPa 304L 0.035 2.0 8.0- 18.0- 1.4306 bal 7.93 0.286 ANN 70 485 25 170 35 200 max Lower carbon of 304 with good weldability. S30403 max max 11.0 20.0 2.0- 316L 1.4404 0.035 2.0 10.0- 16.0- Standard AOD melt austenitic stainless steel grade. bal 2.5 7.93 0.286 ANN 70 485 25 170 35 200 max S31603 max max 13.0 18.0 1.4435 2.5-3 316L with minimum olybdenum content of 2.5%. m 17/4PH 0.070 2.0 3.0- 15.0- 0.15- Cu 3.0- Capable of developing high mechanical properties by solution treatment 1.4542 bal 7.9 0.286 HT 155 1070 145 1000 5 300 min S17400 max max 5.0 17.5 0.45 5.0 & age hardening. 15/5PH 0.070 1.0 3.50- 14.5- 0.15- Cu 2.5- Capable of developing high mechanical properties by solution treatment S15500 1.4545 bal 7.8 0.282 HT 155 1070 145 1000 12 331-401 max max 5.5 15.5 0.45 4.5 and age hardening. 630A Fine Tubes Grade ChartTitanium Alloys Chemical Analysis % Density Tensile Rm (min) Yield Rp 0.2% (min) Elong. ALLOY Werk- Temper % Application UNS No. stoffe C Fe Ti N Al Other g/cm³ lb/in³ ksi MPa ksi MPa minCP Grade 2 0.08 0.30 0.03 O 0.25 3.7035 bal 4.51 0.163 ANN 50 345 40-65 275-450 20 Very high strength to weight atio combined with excellent seawater corrosion resistance. r R50400 max max max max e 105 - medicalTi 3Al/2.5V 0.08 0.25 0.03 2.5- V Grade 9 3.7194 bal 4.48 0.162 CWSR 125 860 105 725 10 High strength to weight atio. Excellent corrosion resistance. r max max max 3.50 2.0-2.5 R56320 Ti 6Al/4V 0.10 0.40 0.05 5.5- V Grade 5 3.7165 bal 4.43 0.160 ANN 50 345 40 275 20 Very high strength to weight ratio. max max max 6.75 3.5-4.5 R56400 Ti 6Al/4V VGrade 5 ELI 3.7165 bal 6.0 4.33 0.156 CWSR 159 1100 141 980 8 ELI grade, very high strength o weight ratio. t 4.0 R56401 Ti 425 V 1.5 bal 4.0 CWSR 146 1006 129 890 14 Very high strength to weight ratio with improved ductility.Ti 4Al/2.5V 2.5
    • e 105 - September 2011 Datasheetmedical Fine Tubes Ltd. Fine Tubes Fine Tubes Fine Tubes Plymbridge Road, Estover Sales Office Europe Sales Office Western Europe Sale Office India Plymouth Zeppelinstr. 73 23, Rue Antigna Eros Corporate Towers Devon, PL6 7LG D-81669 Munich F-45000 Orléans Level 15, Nehru Place UK FRANCE - 110019 New Delhi GERMANY INDIA Sales Tel: +44 (0)1752 697216 Tel: +49 (0) 89 458355-43 Tel: +33 (0) 238775-702 Tel: +91 (0) 114223 5118 General Tel: +44 (0)1752 735851 Fax: +49 (0) 89 458355-53 Fax: +33 (0) 238812-407 Fax: +91 (0) 114223 5222 Fax: +44 (0)1752 733301 Email: sales@finetubes.de Email: sales@finetubes.fr E-mail: sales@finetubes.in Email: sales@finetubes.co.uk www.finetubes.com www.finetubes.com Disclaimer: The information contained within this data sheet is for guidance only and is not intended for warranty of individual application - express or implied.