UK-based N'GENIUSTM Materials Technology Ltd announced that N'GENIUS SeriesTM of High Strength Austenitic Stainless Steels is the complete reinvention of austenitic stainless steels, designed specifically to supersede and replace many of the conventional 300 Series grades through increased strength and vastly improved corrosion performance. The unique combination of mechanical and corrosion resistance properties makes the N'GENIUS SeriesTM one of the most innovative and technically advanced Series of High Strength Austenitic Stainless Steels ever developed and the possibilities are endless. This is a new breed of higher-value materials that will change the way industry views austenitic stainless steel.The increased material strength properties and vastly improved corrosion resistance properties of the N'GENIUS SeriesTM allows engineers to design products with reduced wall thicknesses, using less material and making products easier to handle and transport to site, which in turn leads to weight savings and an overall reduction in Construction and Project Costs, ultimately leading to lower Carbon Emissions. The superior corrosion resistance of the N'GENIUS SeriesTM also increases the overall lifespan of these projects which results in vastly improved sustainability.Key Engineering Design FeaturesHigh Mechanical Strength with excellent Ductility and ToughnessHigher Allowable Design StressesSuperior resistance to Localized Corrosion and General Corrosion relative to conventional Austenitic Stainless SteelsExcellent Toughness at Ambient, Sub-zero and Cryogenic temperaturesReduced Wall Thicknesses, leading to Weight Savings and a decrease in Construction and Project costsDistinct minimum Pitting Resistance Equivalent (PREN or PRENW) valuesWith patents in all major stainless steel-making territories around the world, the N'GENIUS SeriesTM can be manufactured and supplied in a vast array of Products and utilized in an extremely wide range of Markets, Industries and Project Applications the world over.The new series will enable engineers to design products with reduced wall thicknesses, using less material and making products easier to handle and transport to site. This can also lead to weight savings and an overall reduction in construction and project costs, and ultimately contribute to lower carbon emissions. Buyers can also select alloy types that are less sensitive to alloy surcharge, relative to higher alloyed grades, leading to savings in overall project costs.