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 more weight and stress a steel angle can endure, the greater it is.

Stainless steel 304 angle

Stainless steel 304 angle is a manganese and chromium austenitic grade with copper, nitrogen, and nickel in minor amounts. The chemistry of the alloy is perfectly balanced, and after annealing, it takes on an austenitic structure. Nickel level ranges from 4% to 8%, whereas manganese content is around 8% and chromium content is between 16 and 18%. Nitrogen also strengthens it and improves its formability. Angles made of stainless steel are appropriate for structural purposes.

When annealed, Stainless Steel 304 angle becomes non-magnetic. Due to martensite structures, cold working techniques are used to transform the structure from non-magnetic to magnetic. Because of the cold working procedure, these angles have good mechanical strength. Stainless Steel 304 angles are heat-treated by immersing them in a bath of 1900 degrees F (1038 degrees C) for 30 minutes.

These angles offer excellent annealed strength and corrosion resistance in mildly corrosive conditions. Angles in SS 202 are available in a variety of widths and thicknesses, ranging from 20 mm to 100 mm in width and 5 mm to 25 mm in thickness. These angles are available in a range of lengths from 1000 mm to 5000 mm. These angles are more weldable and can be welded using any typical welding technique, such as resistance or fusion welding. Mechanical properties of 304 angles have tensile Strenght of 515 Mpa and yield Strength of 275Mpa.

Application of Stainless steel 304 angles

Stainless steel 304 angles are used in a variety of applications, including restaurant equipment, culinary utensils, sinks, automotive trim, architectural applications such as windows and doors, railway carriages, trailers, and hose clamps.


Understanding Stainless Steel Angle

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