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Do this a few times and it is likely your plate will develop a crack if it is of the low nickel - manganese stabilised SS.
Anony - do you mean that the stainless steel plate - if made out of a different composition, it would develop cracks - when exposed to lower temperatures frequently?
It is true cycling at low temperatures are likely to result in cracks at stress concentration points - especially when they happen to be shapes pressed in draw out dies or wired edges.
There are no stress-relieving operations for the SS plates?
Pressed articles are not subjected to any heat treatment unless they form part of an aeroplane.
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