Stainless steel is used in everything from kitchen products and interior décor to building facades and furniture. But it is best suited for corrosive or aggressive environments and when strict demands are placed on hygiene. Although we have a wide range of stainless steel plate, bars and tubes in stock, don’t hesitate to ask us about other stainless products.
Cold rolled and hot rolled plate with various surfaces: grinded, brushed, annealed and tear plate.
Round bar in dimensions from 2 - 400 mm.
Flat bar cut, rolled, grinded and cold drawn in dimensions from 10x3 - 300x15 mm.
Tube: round, square and rectangular, untreated or grinded.
Angle bar: equal and unequal in dimensions from 15x15x2 - 200x200x13 mm, several dimensions are supplied with grinded surfaces.
Square bar in dimensions from 6 - 150 mm, hexagon bar in dimensions from 10 - 65 mm.
T-bar in dimensions from 20x20x3 - 140x140x15 mm.
Stainless beams in HEA, HEB and IPE.
Types of steel: EN 1.4301, 1.4305, 1.4541, 1.4404, 1.4571, 1.4021 and 1.4057
Did you know that?
Stainless steel was discovered in 1912 by Harry Brearley, who, while experimenting on corrosion-resistant alloys for gun barrels, found that iron-chromium alloys did not rust. A popular misconception about stainless steel is that it doesn’t rust at all. The fact is that all steel can rust under the right conditions, but stainless is much more resistant to rust and other types of corrosion than other steels. The recommended designation is therefore rustless steel. Source: Wikipedia