Thickness: 0.2mm – 8.0mm
Width: 100mm – 2000mm
Length: 500mm – 6000mm
Pallet weight: 25MT
430 stainless steel is a general-purpose steel with good corrosion resistance. Its thermal conductivity is better than that of austenite. Its coefficient of thermal expansion is smaller than that of austenite. It is resistant to thermal fatigue and added with stabilized elemental titanium. The mechanical properties of the weld are good. 430 stainless steel for building decoration, fuel burner parts, household appliances, appliances components. 430F is added to the 430 steel easy cutting performance of steel, mainly for automatic lathes, bolts and nuts. 430LX Adds Ti or Nb to 430 steel to reduce C content and improve workability and weldability. It is mainly used in hot water tanks, hot water supply systems, sanitary wares, household durable appliances, bicycle flywheels etc.
410 stainless steel sheet has high strength and excellent machinability. It will harden after heat treatment. It is generally used as a raw material for cutting tools and tableware. Compared with 410 stainless steel plate, 410S has a lower carbon content and has better corrosion resistance and formability.
409 stainless steel adds Ti content compared to ordinary stainless steel, which is more excellent in welding performance and processability. It is often used in automotive exhaust pipes, containers, heat exchangers and other products that do not require heat treatment after welding. 409L has a lower carbon content than 409 stainless steel and is superior in corrosion resistance and weldability.
316L is a kind of molybdenum-containing stainless steel. Due to the molybdenum content in steel, the total performance of this steel is better than that of 310 and 304 stainless steel. Under high temperature conditions, when the concentration of sulfuric acid is lower than 15% or higher than 85%, 316L stainless steel has a wide range. use. 316L stainless steel also has good resistance to chloride attack and is therefore commonly used in marine environments. 316L stainless steel has a maximum carbon content of 0.03 and can be used in applications where annealing is not possible and maximum corrosion resistance is required.