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Stainless Steel

Stainless steel represents a group of high temperature and corrosion resistant steels. Stainless steel’s exceptional resistance to corrosion is due to a high chromium oxide film which is formed on the surface. Normally , when carbon steel comes in contact with water, it corrodes forming a brown iron oxide called rust, on the surface. Eventually steel will corrode and be convert to rust. But when sufficient chromium (more than about 10%) is added to ordinary steel, transforming the oxide on the surface it is very thin,protective and virtually invisible in a wide range of corrosive media. This is what is called stainless steel and there are several different types, and many different grades under this group.


  • Corrosion resistance
  • Resistance to oxidation and sulfidation
  • Cryogenic strength
  • Resistance to abrasion and erosion
  • Surface finish
  • Magnetic properties
  • Ductility
  • Elevated temperature strength
  • Stability of properties in service
  • Suitability for intended fabrication techniques


  • SS 304 / 304L
  • SS 310 / 310S
  • SS 316 / 316L
  • SS 317 / 317L
  • SS 321 / 321H
  • SS 347 / 347H
  • SS 446
  • Duplex 2205
  • Super Duplex 2507


  • Sheets
  • Plates
  • Pipes
  • Tubes
  • Bars
  • Wires
  • Fittings
  • Flanges


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