201 Stainless Steel Flat

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Stainless Steel Flats

1. Standard: AISI, GB, JIS, ASTM, DIN, EN

2. Grade: 1).200Series: 201,202.

        2).300Series: 301,302,303,304,304L,316,316L,321.

        3).400Series: 410,410S,416,420,430,430F.

3. Size:3x25mm- 80x250mm

4. Length: 2m-6m

5. Craft: HRAP, or cold drawn

6. Stainless Steel Flat Bar Surface: Pickling or polished

7. MOQ: 1 Ton

8. Delivery: within 20 days

9. Package: Waterproof with tape

10. Application: These products are widely supplied to areas of machine-made industry, chemical industry, shipping industry,architecture, food industry, household products etc.

Size

Thickness (mm)

Width

   (mm)

3

4

5

6

8

10

12

14

16

20

25

30

Theoretical Weight   (kg/m)

10

0.238

0.32

0.4

0.48

0.63

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

15

0.36

0.48

0.59

0.71

0.95

1.19

 

 

 

 

 

 

20

0.476

0.63

0.79

0.95

1.27

1.59

1.9

 

 

 

 

 

25

0.585

0.79

0.99

1.19

1.59

1.98

2.38

 

 

 

 

 

30

0.714

0.95

1.19

1.43

1.9

2.38

2.85

3.33

3.81

4.75

5.948

 

40

0.952

1.27

1.59

1.9

2.54

3.17

3.81

4.44

5.08

6.34

7.93

9.52

50

1.19

1.59

1.98

2.38

3.17

3.97

4.76

5.55

6.34

7.93

9.91

11.9

60

1.428

1.9

2.38

2.85

3.81

4.76

5.71

6.66

7.61

9.52

11.9

14.27

70

 

2.22

2.78

3.33

4.44

5.55

6.66

7.77

8.88

11.1

13.88

16.65

80

 

 

3.17

3.81

5.08

6.34

7.61

8.88

10.15

12.69

15.86

19.03

90

 

 

3.57

4.28

5.71

7.14

8.56

9.99

11.42

14.27

17.84

21.41

100

 

 

3.97

4.76

6.34

7.93

9.52

11.1

12.69

15.86

19.82

23.79

110

 

 

 

5.23

6.98

8.72

10.47

12.21

13.96

17.45

21.81

26.17

120

 

 

 

5.71

7.61

9.52

11.42

13.32

15.23

19.03

23.79

28.55

130

 

 

 

6.19

8.25

10.31

12.37

14.43

16.49

20.62

25.77

30.93

140

 

 

 

6.66

8.88

11.1

13.32

15.54

17.76

22.2

27.76

33.31

150

 

 

 

7.14

9.52

11.9

14.27

16.65

19.03

23.79

29.74

35.69

160

 

 

 

7.61

 

12.69

15.23

17.76

20.3

25.38

31.72

38.06

170

 

 

 

 

 

13.48

16.18

18.87

21.57

26.96

33.7

40.44

180

 

 

 

 

 

14.27

17.13

19.98

22.84

28.55

35.69

42.82

Q:
The main difference between seamless and seamless annealed stainless steel pipes lies in their manufacturing process and the resulting properties of the pipes. Seamless stainless steel pipes are manufactured by piercing a hot billet or a solid bar to form a hollow cylindrical shape. This process eliminates the need for welding or any other joints, resulting in a uniform and continuous pipe with no seams. Seamless pipes are known for their excellent strength and ability to withstand high pressures, making them suitable for various applications in industries such as oil and gas, petrochemical, and construction. On the other hand, seamless annealed stainless steel pipes go through an additional heat treatment process called annealing. Annealing involves heating the pipe to a specific temperature, holding it at that temperature for a certain duration, and then cooling it slowly. This heat treatment helps to relieve internal stresses, reduce hardness, improve ductility, and enhance the overall mechanical properties of the stainless steel pipe. The annealing process also leads to the formation of a more homogenous microstructure, which further improves the corrosion resistance of the stainless steel. This makes seamless annealed stainless steel pipes particularly suitable for applications where excellent corrosion resistance is required, such as in the chemical processing, pharmaceutical, and food and beverage industries. In summary, while both seamless and seamless annealed stainless steel pipes are produced without any seams, the additional annealing process in the latter enhances its mechanical properties and corrosion resistance, making it more suitable for certain industries and applications.
Q:
The main difference between 409 and 316 stainless steel pipes lies in their composition and intended use. 409 stainless steel is a ferritic stainless steel, meaning it contains a higher amount of chromium but lower amounts of nickel compared to 316 stainless steel. This makes 409 stainless steel less resistant to corrosion and oxidation, but it is still suitable for applications that involve moderate levels of corrosion resistance, such as automotive exhaust systems and heat exchangers. On the other hand, 316 stainless steel is an austenitic stainless steel that contains higher amounts of both chromium and nickel. Due to its composition, it offers excellent corrosion resistance, even in harsh environments, and is often used in applications where superior resistance to corrosion is required, such as marine environments, chemical processing plants, and medical equipment. In summary, the key differences between 409 and 316 stainless steel pipes are their composition and corrosion resistance. 409 stainless steel is suitable for applications with moderate levels of corrosion resistance, while 316 stainless steel is preferred for applications that require superior corrosion resistance in harsh environments.
Q:
To join stainless steel pipes together, there are several methods available, depending on the specific requirements and application. 1. Welding: Welding is the most common and widely used method for joining stainless steel pipes. It involves the application of heat to melt the material, forming a strong and durable bond. Different welding techniques like TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) or MIG (Metal Inert Gas) welding can be used for this purpose. 2. Compression fittings: Compression fittings are a popular choice for joining stainless steel pipes, especially in plumbing applications. These fittings consist of a compression nut and a ferrule that are tightened onto the pipe, creating a secure and leak-proof connection. 3. Flanges: Flanges are used when a more robust connection is required, such as in high-pressure or high-temperature applications. Two stainless steel pipes are joined together by bolting flanges at the ends, creating a tight and reliable connection. 4. Threaded connections: Stainless steel pipes can also be joined using threaded connections, where one end of the pipe is threaded and the other end is fitted with a threaded pipe fitting, such as a union or nipple. This method is commonly used for smaller diameter pipes or in situations where disassembly may be required. 5. Clamps and couplings: Clamps and couplings are used to join stainless steel pipes temporarily or in situations where frequent disassembly is required. These devices clamp around the pipes and are tightened using bolts or other mechanisms, creating a secure connection. It is important to consider the specific requirements, such as pressure, temperature, and corrosion resistance, when choosing the appropriate method to join stainless steel pipes. Consulting with a professional or referring to industry standards and guidelines can ensure a successful and reliable pipe connection.
Q:
Yes, stainless steel pipes can be used for pharmaceutical storage tanks. Stainless steel is a preferred material in the pharmaceutical industry due to its high corrosion resistance, durability, and ability to maintain cleanliness. It is non-reactive, which helps prevent contamination of the pharmaceutical products stored in the tanks. Stainless steel pipes also offer a smooth and easy-to-clean surface, making it suitable for maintaining the required hygiene standards in pharmaceutical storage. Additionally, stainless steel is resistant to extreme temperatures and can withstand the rigorous cleaning procedures commonly used in pharmaceutical facilities. Thus, stainless steel pipes are commonly used in the construction of pharmaceutical storage tanks to ensure the safety and integrity of the stored pharmaceutical products.
Q:
Yes, stainless steel pipes can be used for vacuum systems. Stainless steel is a popular choice for vacuum applications due to its high strength, corrosion resistance, and low outgassing properties. It can withstand high vacuum levels and maintain its structural integrity under pressure. Stainless steel pipes are commonly used in various industries such as aerospace, semiconductor manufacturing, and scientific research for creating vacuum systems. Additionally, stainless steel pipes can be easily cleaned and maintained, making them a reliable and long-lasting option for vacuum applications.
Q:
No, stainless steel pipes cannot be insulated with polyvinyl chloride.
Q:
Certainly, petrochemical plants can utilize stainless steel pipes. Due to its exceptional resistance to corrosion, stainless steel emerges as an optimal selection for such plants that deal with corrosive substances. These pipes possess the ability to endure extreme temperatures and pressures, rendering them appropriate for the demanding operational circumstances of petrochemical plants. Furthermore, stainless steel pipes exhibit outstanding mechanical qualities, guaranteeing their endurance and dependability within industrial settings. Moreover, the ease of cleaning and maintenance associated with stainless steel pipes minimizes the likelihood of contamination and enhances operational efficiency in petrochemical plants.
Q:Ask experts, 304 stainless steel pipe why rust?
304 stainless steel is a common stainless steel material, the density of 7.93 g/cm3, the industry is also called 18/8 stainless steel. High temperature resistance of 800 degrees, with good processability, high toughness characteristics, widely used in industry and furniture decoration industry and food and medical industry.The common marking methods in the market are 06Cr19Ni10, SUS304, in which 06Cr19Ni10 is generally used to indicate standard production of the national standard. Generally speaking, ASTM standard production is indicated, and SUS 304 represents standard production.304 is a versatile stainless steel which is widely used in the manufacture of equipment and parts requiring good overall performance (corrosion resistance and formability). In order to maintain the inherent corrosion resistance of stainless steel, steel must contain more than 18% chromium, more than 8% of the nickel content. 304 stainless steel is a brand of stainless steel produced according to the ASTM standard in the United states.
Q:
Stainless steel pipes are generally more durable, corrosion-resistant, and have higher heat resistance compared to brass pipes. Additionally, stainless steel pipes are often more cost-effective in the long run due to their longevity and low maintenance requirements. Brass pipes, on the other hand, are known for their excellent conductivity and aesthetic appeal. Ultimately, the choice between stainless steel and brass pipes depends on the specific needs and preferences of the application.
Q:What wire is used for welding of 316 stainless steel line?
Quality inspection of welding groove preparation, according to requirements of groove size, accuracy and surface quality stipulated in construction instruction and welding process instruction, groove quality including flatness, perpendicularity and cleanness.1, check the groove processing size (height, angle, edge and blunt edge, etc.) and accuracy isDoes it meet the relevant technical standards?.2, check the groove surface roughness and surface defects (cutting gap, crack,Layer and slag) if beyond the scope of the standard should be allowed to defect, repair treatment, such as surface roughness does not reach the standard, can use abrasive grinding.3. Check the surface cleaning quality of the groove. At least 200mm of the groove face and its sidesShould be clean within the scope, without burr, slag, rust, oil, film and paint and other harmful foreign bodies.4 、 nondestructive inspection of groove surface. For welding process documentation, specify the slopeMaterials such as CY-M steel, Fe-CY-N, high temperature steel and alloy steel shall be examined on the surface for nondestructive testing (such as coloring, etc.), and the defects such as cracks shall be removed.
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1. Manufacturer Overview

Location Jiangsu,China
Year Established 2002
Annual Output Value Above US$ 8 Million
Main Markets China, East Asia,
Company Certifications ISO9001:2000;

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a)Trade Capacity  
Nearest Port Shanghai
Export Percentage 40%
No.of Employees in Trade Department 30 People
Language Spoken: English;Chinese
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Factory Size: Above 26,000 square meters
No. of Production Lines Above 6
Contract Manufacturing OEM Service Offered;Design Service Offered
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