Complete guide on Stainless Steel Round Bars

Nickel content ranges from 14 to 18 %, chromium content ranges from 18 to 18 percent, and molybdenum content ranges from 3 to 3 percent in Stainless Steel 316 Round Bar. Stainless Steel 316 Round Bar is widely used in many industrial processing applications, as well as in high-saline...

Understanding Stainless Steel Angle

Stainless Steel Angle The most basic sort of roll-formed steel is stainless steel angles. A single angle in a piece of steel is bent to create them. Stainless Angle Steel is formed like an ‘L,’ and the most frequent variety of Stainless Steel Angles is a 90-degree angle. The...

The Benefits Of Stainless Steel Threaded Rods

Threaded rods are fasteners which are also known as studs. The component has a long rod with both ends threaded. There are versions of the product in which the entire length of the rod is also threaded. The thread allows nuts, bolts, and other fasteners to easily screw onto the...

Properties And Applications Of Titanium Bars

Titanium or (Ti) is a chemical element that is a silvery grey metal of periodic table from group 4 (IV-b). Titanium is a lightweight, high-strength, low-corrosion structural metal that is used in alloy form for aircraft components. Titanium has a density of 4.51g.cm-3/0.163 lb.in-3 that is partially between that...

Stainless Steel 304 Bolts V/S Stainless Steel 316 Bolts

Stainless Steel 304 Bolts Stainless steel 304 is a material also known as 18-8 due to its chemical makeup. The grade 304 stainless steel consists of various elements such as 18% chromium and 8% nickel (18-8). These bolts are also including the 302, 302HQ, 303 and 305 grades. Various...

Product Guide on SS 441 Sheets

Stainless steel type 441 is an alloy of chromium and stabilized ferritic. The grade shows similarities with the 304-grade of stainless steel. SS 441 sheets are widely useful for high-temperature applications and useful in annealing and cold forming applications. These SS 441 sheet follows domestic and international standards. SS...

What is the difference between 409 and 409L stainless steel?

Stainless steel 409: grade, properties, and applications   Stainless steel 409 is an alloy of titanium and stabilized ferritic. It is titanium stabilized low nickel-containing material offers an economical metal option to work in oxidizing condition. The material shows a combined capacity to work at elevated temperatures with moderate strength...

All You Need To Know About Stainless Steel 316 Slitting Coils

Steel coil slitting is a method of cutting metal, where large sheet metal rolls or coils are cut with very sharp rotary blades. They are cut length-wise into the large coil to obtain straight lines, creating narrower strips. Circular blades are used as the coil runs through the slitter to make...

What’s The Difference between Stainless Steel 304 Sheets and Stainless Steel 316 Sheets?

When selecting stainless steel sheets one must make sure in which environment the sheets need to be used these SS Sheets that endure corrosive environments are typically used. Possessing outstanding mechanical properties, the high amounts of nickel and chromium in austenitic stainless steels also provide excellent resistance to corrosion. Additionally, many...