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(Stainless) Steel Coil/Strip

Stainless Steel Strip Grade:AISI202 301 302 304 304L 316 316L 321 309S 310S 405 410 420 430 Thickness:0.08mm - 3.0mm Width:2.2mm - 950mm Surface:2B, BA, Mirror finished, N04, Hair Line, Matt finished, 6K, 8K 1.4310, AISI 301, AISI 302 - spring steelStainless spring steel X10CrNi18-8, 1.4310, AISI 301, AISI 302 with austenitic structure for springs according to EN 10088-1, EN 10151, EN 10088-3. sizes Stainless steel spring cutted sheets, belts, and pieces - MORE DETAILS

301 Stainless Steel 1/2 Hard Cold Rolled Strip & Coils

301 Stainless Steel 1/2 Hard This Type 301 half hard Stainless Strip has been produced to meet a need for an in-between forming Quality Strip within a hardness range calling for minimum tensile and yield strengths at 150,000 PSI and 110,000 PSI with elongation in 2 inches at 15-18%. 301 Stainless Steel Strip Coil 301 Stainless Slit Coil 301 stainless strip and slit coil, is slightly lower in chromium and nickel content than Type 302. The lower nickel content causes Type 301 to work harden more rapidly and retain greater ductility than the same temper of Type 302. Gibbs stocks 301 Stainless Strip in gauges from 0.0019 to 0.050 precision slit to widths from 0.024 to 12. 302 Stainless Steel - Penn StainlessAlloy 302 is a variations of the 18% chromium / 8% nickel austenitic alloy, which is the most familiar and the most frequently used in the stainless steel family. Alloy 302 is a slightly higher carbon version of 304, often found in strip and wire forms.

302 Stainless Steel Sheet and Plate - AMS 5516, UNS S30200

Type 302 stainless steel (AMS 5516) is a higher carbon version of type 304, and is ideal for uses such as stamping and forming of products like flat washers from sheet material. Its higher level of corrosion resistance make it a great choice for the food and beverage industry. EN 1.4310 / AISI 302 - AcerinoxGrades C Si Mn P S Cr Ni Mo Ti Cu Other; ACX 107 =0.120 =0.75 =2.00 =0.040 =0.015:18.00-19.00:8.00-10.00 =0.60--N(ppm) :1000 ACX 116 =0.100 =0.75 =2.00 =0.040 =0 Order **Special Buy** 0.04" Stainless Sheet 302-Annealed 302 Stainless Steel Sheet has a higher carbon content than the standard 304 alloy which lends itself better for spring applications. This product will have a high enough carbon content to meet what is required for 302 certification, but still has a low enough carbon content to meet the specification for 304/304L, which makes this product triple

Order **Special Buy** 0.04" Stainless Sheet 302-Annealed

302 Stainless Steel Sheet has a higher carbon content than the standard 304 alloy which lends itself better for spring applications. This product will have a high enough carbon content to meet what is required for 302 certification, but still has a low enough carbon content to meet the specification for 304/304L, which makes this product triple Spring-Tempered Stainless Steel McMaster-CarrFatigue-Resistant 301 Stainless Steel Able to withstand repeated stress and wear, 301 stainless steel has the strength required for applications such as springs and fasteners. It maintains its corrosion resistance in temperatures up to 1550° F. Stainless Steel Alloy 301, UNS S30100 - Continental Steel Stainless Steel Alloy 301, UNS S30100 Type 301 Stainless Steel, often referred to as UNS S30100, is a popular austenitic chromium-nickel stainless steel that is known for its corrosion resistance. Similar to Type 304, Type 301 has lower levels of chromium and nickel which increases its

Stainless Steel Coils ~ 304L Annealed

Stainless Steel Coils. 301; 302 / 304; 304L Annealed; 305 Annealed; 316 / 316L; 321 Annealed; 17-7PH; 410 Annealed; E-Brite; Tool Wrap Coils; Stainless Steel Sheets; Beryllium Copper Coils; Steel Coils; Steel Sheets; Boxed Shim Stock; Fuel Cell Materials; Paperwork / Test Reports Stainless Steel Foil McMaster-CarrFrom cookware to chemical-processing equipment, 304 stainless steel is a good all-around choice for a wide range of applications. Fatigue-Resistant 301 Stainless Steel Able to withstand repeated stress and wear, 301 stainless steel has the strength required for applications such as springs and fasteners. Stainless Steel Foil McMaster-CarrFrom cookware to chemical-processing equipment, 304 stainless steel is a good all-around choice for a wide range of applications. Fatigue-Resistant 301 Stainless Steel Able to withstand repeated stress and wear, 301 stainless steel has the strength required for applications such as springs and fasteners.

Stainless Steel Strip - Stainless Steel Coil - Stainless

Brown Metals Company specializes in supplying custom-slit thin gauge stainless steel alloys in coil and sheet form. Our inventory includes 300 series (301, 302, 304, 304 Stress Relief Annealed (SRA), 304L, 305, 316, 316L, 321, Tool Wrap) stainless steel, 17-7, C17200 Beryllium Copper, C1008 / C1010 Steel, and Boxed Shim Stock. Stainless Steel Type 301 Rolled Metal Products Type 301 is corrosion resistant in many environments, but the corrosion properties are less than that of 304/304L stainless steel. The susceptibility to carbide precipitation during welding restricts the use of Type 301 in some applications and 304L is used because of its Stainless Steel Type 302 Tempered & Specialty Metals TestType 302 is an austenitic chromium-nickel stainless steel that is available in the annealed and cold worked conditions. Type 302 is a higher carbon, earlier version of Type 304 stainless steel, and many 302 applications have switched to Type 304 with the improvements in melting technology.

Stainless Steel Type 304 or Type 301 - Just Mfg

Nickel gives stainless steel hardness and strength. Type 304 with between 8.0 and 10.5% nickel helps it take the abuse in all types of environments. The nickel in Type 301 is between 6.0 and 8.0% giving greater chance for the product to show wear. The other element that is of importance is the carbon content of the stainless steel. Stainless Steel Type 302 Rolled Metal Products Type 302 (UNS S30200) in Coil Form. Description. Type 302 is an austenitic chromium-nickel stainless steel that is available in the annealed and cold worked conditions. Type 302 is a higher carbon, earlier version of Type 304 stainless steel, and many 302 applications have switched to Type 304 with the improvements in melting technology.

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