Hot-Rolled&Cold Rolled Stainless Steel Coil (304, 304L, 316, 316L, 321, 310S, 309S)

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Model NO.:201.304,304L,316,316L,321,310S,309S,410,420,430

Surface Treatment:Black&Bright&Polished

Certification:ISO

Technique:Hot-Rolled or Cold Rolled

Standard:ASTM, JIS, GB, AISI, DIN

Application:Container Plate

Edge:Mill

Stock:Stock

Steel Grade:200 Series-400 Series

Thickness:0.3-12mm

Width:1000mm-2000mm

Export Markets:Global


Product Description

Stainless Steel Coil /Roll
 
 
1. Item: Stainless steel coil, Stainless Steel Roll
 
2. Material :201,   202,   304,   304L,   316,   316L,   309S,   310S,   317L,   321,   347, 347H , 409,   409L,   410,   420,   430,   etc
 
3. Surface:2B,BA,HL,4K,6K,8K,NO.1,NO.2,NO.3,NO.4,NO.5 Black/Polished/Bright or as request
 
4. Standard: AISI, ASTM, EN, JIS, DIN, GB


5.Thickness: 0.3-3mm(cold rolled); 1.5-12mm(hot rolled)
   Width: 1000mm,1219mm,1500mm or as request(cold rolled);     1000mm,1219mm,1500mm,1800mm,2000mm or as request(hot rolled)
 
6.Tolerance:thickness tolerance: +/-0.02mm,width tolerance: +/-10mm(cold-rolled);
thickness tolerance: +/-0.1mm,width tolerance: +/-10mm(hot-tolerance)
 
7. Shipment: Within 10-20 working days after receipt of the down payment or Irrevocable L/C sight.
 
8. Certificate: ISO, and third part inspection


9. Application:  (1)    Construction, decoration (2)    petroleum, chemical  industry (3)    electrical  appliances, automotive, aerospace (4)    house  ware, kitchen  appliances, cutlery, foodstuff (5)    surgical  instrument
 
10. Package: Bundles,   seaworthy  wooden  pallets  or  wooden  cases. With  or  without  edge  protector,   steel  hoop  and  seals,   in  20'   or  40'   container  or  as  per  customers'   requirements.
 
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Hot-Rolled&Cold Rolled Stainless Steel Coil (304, 304L, 316, 316L, 321, 310S, 309S)

Surface FinishDefinitionApplication
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.1The surface finished by heat treatment and pickling or processes corresponding there to after hot rolling.Chemical tank, pipe.



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