On the Real Life Performance of Sintered Stainless Steel ABS Sensor Rings

Paper #:
  • 970423

Published:
  • 1997-02-24
Citation:
Shah, S., McMillen, J., Samal, P., Nasser, S. et al., "On the Real Life Performance of Sintered Stainless Steel ABS Sensor Rings," SAE Technical Paper 970423, 1997, https://doi.org/10.4271/970423.
Pages:
15
Abstract:
Evaluation of commercial high temperature H2-sintered 410L ABS sensor rings, after use for over 10 years and/or over 100,000 miles in various automobiles and in various locations across the USA and Canada, showed only small amounts of rusting; less than which results in a 100-hour Salt Spray Test (ASTM B117); and no loss of their mechanical strength and ductility. Although sensor rings made of 434L and 434L-Modified (18 Cr, 2 Mo) show even lesser amounts of rusting and pitting, 410L sensor rings made by the above process are deemed adequate for this application. The 1000-hour Salt Spray Test is found to be much too severe for this application. A 100-hour test is considered to be more suitable in this regard.
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