STAINLESS STEEL

  • 304L Stainless Steel - Alloy 304L a T-300 series stainless steel austenitic, which has a minimum of 18% chromium and 8% nickel. Type 304L has a carbon maximum of 0.030. It is standard “18/8 stainless” that is commonly found inpans and cooking utensils.Alloys 304L is the most versatile and widely utilized alloy in the stainless steel family.
  • 316L Stainless - While similar to type 304, which is common in the food industry, this type exhibit better corrosion resistance and is stronger at elevated temperatures. It is non-hardenable by heat treatment and can be readily formed and drawn (pulled or pushed through a die or smaller

    hole).

  • 310 Stainless - Grade 310 is a medium carbon austenitic stainless steel, for high temperature applications such as furnace parts and heat treatment equipment. It is used at temperatures up to 1150 degrees Celsius in continuous service, and 1035 degrees Celsius in intermittent service. Grade 310S is a low carbon version of grade 310.
  • 321 Stainless - this alloy is a titanium stabilized austenitic stainless steel with good general corrosion resistance. It has excellent resistance to

    inter-granular corrosion after exposure to temperature in the chromium carbide precipitation range of 427 - 816 degrees Celsius

  • 3CR12 - This is a chromium containing corrosion resisting ferritic steel developed as an alternative material of construction where the mechanical properties, corrosion resistance and fabrication requirements of other materials such as mild steel, galvanized or aluminized steel,aluminium or pre-painted steels are unsuited.
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