Carbon steel and stainless steel were prominent in this sector when sudden environmental concerns and cost ineffectiveness led to the use of modern duplex stainless steel. Although stainless steel and carbon steel are still in use at some process stage of the paper & pulp mill assembly, duplex stainless steel has become an important of paper and pulp industry. Apart from these alloys, some process uses high nickel based alloys to avoid iron contamination and to resist process corrosion. 304L and 316L are the two most commonly used stainless steel alloys, with the 6% Molyalloy used primarily in the bleach plant, and an increasing use of various duplex stainless steels in Kraft liquor applications.
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