304 Cold Rolled Stainless Steel for Buliding

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Model NO.:304/304L/316/316L/321/409/409L/410/410S/430

Type:Stainless Steel Strips


Grade:300 Series

Certification:ISO, SGS

Perforated:Not Perforated


Technique:Cold Rolled

Surface Treatment:Bright



Thinckness:0.3mm to 6mm

Edge:Silt/Mill Edge

Export Markets:Global

Product Description

The detail specification of cold rolled stainless steel coils are as below: 

Thickness: 0.3mm to 6mm     
Edge:Slit/Mill Edge                                   
Origin:TISCO,POSCO,LISCO,JISCO,BAOSTEEL,Baoxin,Eastern Special Steel and so on
Productivity: 10000MT/Mont
MOQ: 30mont  
Payment Term: TT,L/C at sight/, L/C 30,60,90,180 days,WEST UNION
Price Term: FOB/CFR/CIF Ningbo,Shanghai,Tianjin,Shenzhen Port   
Delivery: 7-10 days after receive buyer's advance deposit or LC copy
Packaging:Seaworthy Export Standard Package.Products are packed and labeled according to the regulations and customer's requests. Great care is taken to avoid any damage which might otherwise be caused during storage or transportation. In addition, clear labels are tagged on the outside of the packages for easy identification of the product I. D. and quality information.
Detail Application: construction field;ship building industry;petroleum and chemical industries;war and electricity industries;food processing and medical industry; boiler heat exchanger; machinery and hardware industry

Technical notes:

Surface FinishDefinitionApplication
NO.1The surface finished by heat treatment and pickling or processes corresponding there to after hot rolling.Chemical tank, pipe.
2DThose finished, after cold rolling, by heat treatment, pickling or other equivalent treatment.Construction Material, heat exchanger,exhaust pipe
2BThose finished, after cold rolling, by heat treatment, pickling or other equivalent treatment and lastly by cold rolling to given appropriate luster.Medical equipment, Food industry, Construction material, Kitchen utensils.
BAThose processed with bright heat treatment after cold rolling.Kitchen utensils, Electric equipment, Building construction.
NO.3Those finished by polishing with No.100 to No.120 abrasives specified in JIS R6001.Kitchen utensils, Building construction.
NO.4Those finished by polishing with No.150 to No.180 abrasives specified in JIS R6001.Kitchen utensils, Building construction, Medical equipment.
HLThose finished polishing so as to give continuous polishing streaks by using abrasive of suitable grain size.Building Construction.
No.8A highly reflective finish obtained by polishing with successively finer abrasive and buffing extensively free of grit linesIndoor decoration & Reflector, Hospital Equipment

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 Have own processing and distribution center & can take the orders according to customers' requirements.
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