Stainless Steel Coil / Sheet / Tube
Stainless steel is known for its corrosion resistance and is widely used in many other applications such as food handling and cutlery. Stainless steel does not corrode, rust or stain as easily as regular steel. However, it is not completely tarnish-proof in low-oxygen or high-salinity environments. Stainless steel is available in a variety of grades and surface finishes to suit the environments the alloy must withstand.
Stainless steel is used where both the properties of steel and corrosion resistance are required. Its resistance to corrosion, staining, low maintenance and familiar luster make it an ideal material for many applications.
The alloy is milled into coils and sheets for use
Industrial equipment (e.g., sugar refineries)
Structural alloys for automotive and aerospace
Construction materials for large buildings
Storage tanks and tank trucks used to transport orange juice and other food products are usually made of stainless steel because of its resistance to corrosion. This also affects its use in commercial kitchens and food processing plants because it can be steam-cleaned and sanitized and does not require painting or other surface treatments.
Hunter Steel as a stainless steel coil supplier, we can provide competitive stainless steel coils and sheets for your company, our main products are automotive steel, stainless steel, cold rolled steel, galvanized steel, hot rolled pickled and oiled, tinplate and so on.
What is stainless steel?
Stainless steel is corrosion resistant and contains a high percentage of chromium.
The chemical composition of stainless steel ensures protection against organic acids, weak inorganic acids and atmospheric oxidation.
Stainless steel contains a high proportion of chromium and nickel. Stainless steel resists rust, corrosion by organic and weak inorganic acids and weathering caused by atmospheric oxidation.
Chromium and nickel increase the strength of steel at high temperatures, resulting in an extremely durable product.
Stainless steel is resistant to rust, corrosion and weathering. The hardness of stainless steel provides additional strength. The chemical composition of stainless steel, especially the presence of chromium and nickel, increases the strength of the steel at high temperatures and promises to be extremely durable.