Originally Posted by fryewe
If enough heat was built up in the grinding the SS characteristics can be altered and it can become less corrosion
I'm curious about this, considering part of the steel
production process involves heating
the metal up to the melting point. Also, I have seen a lot of welded stainless fittings which again take the metal past the melting point. Hard to imagine an angle grinder causing problems.
Is it because the aforementioned processes are occur in an anaerobic environment
while grinding is not?