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#11 (permalink)      3/6/2016 5:20:43 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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SS wire is easier to coil than a-1 or nichrome, imo. It's more stiff, but holds its shape better too.

It's nowhere near as bad as Ti when it comes to the "no dry burning" rule.

Edited on 3/6/2016 at 5:21 AM. Reason:
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Yes coiling is easy

some info....

SS316L Wire


Grade 316L is the low carbon version of 316.

Good oxidation resistance in intermittent service to 870°C and in continuous service to 925°C. Continuous use of 316 in the 425-860°C range is not recommended if subsequent aqueous corrosion resistance is important. Grade 316L is more resistant to carbide precipitation and can be used in the above temperature range.
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Migweld wrote:


Grade 316L is the low carbon version of 316.

Good oxidation resistance in intermittent service to 870°C and in continuous service to 925°C. Continuous use of 316 in the 425-860°C range is not recommended if subsequent aqueous corrosion resistance is important. Grade 316L is more resistant to carbide precipitation and can be used in the above temperature range.




Ah, so this the reference from where I've read many vapers repeat "Buy 316L, it's low carbon"
lolz

Thanks Migweld... just in case, no, I'm not giving you shit for posting that reference. It's interesting to find the origin and see how someone spread "Buy 316L, it's low carbon" by their own interpretation.