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316/316L Stainless Steel

316/316L Stainless Steel

Our inventory includes 316 Stainless Steel Bar, in sheet coil, plate coil, plate, bar, sheet, tubural and structural products.

316/316L Stainless SteelThis grade is dual-certified so it can meet 316 and 316L. It is perfect for major applications that require superior resistance to corrosion above 304 and high leveled temperature strength.

316/ 316L alloy steel is austenitic stainless steel that has good molybdenum content. Its high nickel and molybdenum content allows it to exhibit better overall resistance to corrosion properties than 304. They work best in chloride environments which involve pitting and crevice corrosion.

Moreover, 316/ 316L Stainless Steel can provide stress-rupture and creep strengths, excellent elevated temperature tensile, and also outstanding weldability and formability. 316 is the lower carbon version of 316 and it has immunity from sensitization, it is always used in gauge welded components.

We offer a wide stock of 316 Stainless Steel Bar that can be used for various applications like chemical processing equipment, food preparation like for chloride environments, plastics, rubbers, pulp & paper machinery, heat exchangers, laboratory equipment, pollution control equipment, boat fittings, value and pump trim, textile and pharmaceutical industries, and condensers, tanks, and evaporators.

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304/304L Stainless Steel

304/304L Stainless Steel

We offer our extensive inventory of 304 Stainless Steel Bars that are typically suited for a wide variety of home and commercial applications.

304/304L Stainless Steel304/304L Stainless steels are made from austenitic steels. This type of alloys have minimum 0f 8% nickel and 18% of chromium. Like any other stainless steel grades, they are used exclusively for parts that require welding, machining, grinding, or polishing where good resistance to corrosion is necessary. These steel types are commonly used and found in pans and cooking tools. They have outstanding and high ease of fabrication. They also exhibit excellent resistance to corrosion.

Austenitic stainless steels like 304/304L stainless steels are considered to be the most weldable among high-alloy steels and they can be welded by resistance welding and fusion processes.

We offer our 304/304L stainless steel products that have major applications that include kitchen benches, troughs, appliances, sinks, and equipment, automotive and aerospace structural use, chemical containers, architectural trim and molding, construction material in large buildings, heat exchangers, dyeing industry, nuts, screws, bolts, and fasteners in marine environment, welded or woven screens for quarrying, mining, and water filtration.

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