316L Stainless Steel Coil

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1 Ton m.t.
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1000 Tons Per Month m.t./month
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316L Stainless Steel Coil

 

1. Chemical composition of 316L Stainless Steel Coil

C

Si

Mn

P

S

Ni

Cr

Max0.03

max1.00

max2.00

max0.045

max0.03

10.00-14.00

16.00-18.00

 

2. Mechanical properties of 316L Stainless Steel Coil

Yield Strength

Tensile

Elongation

Hardness (HV)

Hardness (HRB)

            ≥175

              ≥480

             ≥40

            ≤200

             ≤90

 

3. Standard of 316L Stainless Steel Coil : AISI, ASTM, GB, EN, DIN, JIS

 

4. Surface of 316L Stainless Steel Coil : 2B, NO.1, BA, NO.4, Hairline, SB, Mirror finish, Anti-skid, Cherkered etc.

 

5. Size of 316L Stainless Steel Coil : 

 

Thickness: 0.3-3mm (cold rolled), 3-40mm (hot rolled)

Width: 1000mm or 1219mm or 1240mm for cold rolled, 1500mm for hot rolled.

Length: As customers' request.

 

6. MOQ of 316L Stainless Steel Coil  : 1 Ton

 

7. Payment terms of 316L Stainless Steel Coil : T/T or L/C

 

8. Packing of 316L Stainless Steel Coil : Seaworthy package with wooden or Iron pallets with the paper and the steel strip, 

or as customers' request.

 

9. Delivery time of 316L Stainless Steel Coil : Usually about 7 days after we confirming the order, or according to your quantity.

 

If you have any question or demand, pls feel free to contact me. 

  

 

 

     

 

 

 

Q:
No, 111 stainless steel strips cannot be formed into seamless tubes.
Q:
To clean stainless steel strips, you can start by wiping them down with a soft cloth or sponge soaked in warm soapy water. For tougher stains or dirt buildup, you can use a non-abrasive cleaner specifically formulated for stainless steel. It's important to avoid using abrasive materials or harsh chemicals as they can damage the surface. After cleaning, make sure to rinse the strips thoroughly with water and dry them with a clean cloth to prevent water spots or streaks.
Q:
Yes, 111 stainless steel strips are resistant to intergranular corrosion.
Q:
Stainless steel strip is a narrow, long and flat piece of stainless steel material that is typically used in various industries for a wide range of applications. It is made from a corrosion-resistant alloy of iron, chromium, and sometimes other elements such as nickel or molybdenum. The strip is produced by hot rolling, cold rolling, or annealing processes, which give it its characteristic smooth and polished surface. Stainless steel strip possesses excellent strength, durability, and resistance to corrosion, making it a preferred choice in many industries. It is commonly used in manufacturing components for kitchen appliances, automotive parts, construction materials, electronic devices, medical equipment, and many other products. Due to its versatility, stainless steel strip can be further processed into different shapes, sizes, or thicknesses, depending on the specific requirements of the application. Additionally, stainless steel strip comes in various grades and finishes, each with different properties and characteristics. For instance, stainless steel strip can be classified into austenitic, ferritic, or martensitic grades, each offering unique attributes such as high temperature resistance, magnetic properties, or increased strength. The choice of grade and finish depends on the intended use and the environmental conditions the strip will be exposed to. In conclusion, stainless steel strip is a versatile and durable material that finds countless applications across various industries. Its resistance to corrosion, strength, and ability to be formed into different shapes make it a reliable choice for manufacturers seeking high-quality and long-lasting products.
Q:
Yes, stainless steel strips are resistant to galvanic corrosion. This is because stainless steel is an alloy that contains chromium, which forms a passive protective layer on the surface of the steel. This layer acts as a barrier, preventing the steel from coming into direct contact with other metals and reducing the risk of galvanic corrosion. Additionally, stainless steel has a high resistance to corrosion in general, making it a preferred choice for applications where galvanic corrosion may occur, such as in marine environments or when in contact with dissimilar metals.
Q:
Stainless steel strips differ from carbon steel strips primarily in their composition and properties. Stainless steel is a corrosion-resistant alloy that contains a minimum of 10.5% chromium, which forms a protective oxide layer on its surface. This oxide layer prevents rusting and corrosion, making stainless steel strips ideal for applications where durability and resistance to moisture or chemicals are required. Carbon steel, on the other hand, is primarily composed of iron and carbon, with no additional alloying elements like chromium. While carbon steel is generally stronger and more rigid than stainless steel, it is more prone to rust and corrosion. Therefore, carbon steel strips are often used in applications where strength is crucial, while stainless steel strips are preferred for their corrosion resistance.
Q:
Indeed, custom sizes can be achieved by cutting stainless steel strips. These strips offer great flexibility and can be effortlessly tailored to desired lengths or widths in order to cater to individual needs. The task can be accomplished through a range of cutting techniques including shearing, laser cutting, or sawing. By customizing the cutting process of stainless steel strips, one can attain precise dimensions, guaranteeing an impeccable match for particular applications or projects.
Q:
The shear strength of stainless steel strips can vary depending on a range of factors, including the composition of the alloy, the tempering process, and the thickness of the strips. Stainless steel generally possesses superior mechanical properties and resistance to deformation, resulting in a higher shear strength compared to other materials. Typically, stainless steel strips have a shear strength ranging from 150 to 300 megapascals (MPa). However, it is crucial to note that this range can vary significantly depending on the grade of stainless steel used. For instance, austenitic stainless steel grades like 304 and 316 are commonly employed in industrial applications and typically exhibit a higher shear strength than ferritic or martensitic stainless steels. These grades can have a shear strength ranging from 150 to 275 MPa. On the contrary, martensitic stainless steel grades such as 410 or 420 contain a higher carbon content, which increases hardness and shear strength. These grades can possess a shear strength ranging from 250 to 300 MPa. Furthermore, the thickness of the stainless steel strips can impact their shear strength. Thicker strips generally exhibit a higher shear strength due to the larger cross-sectional area, which provides more resistance to shearing forces. To obtain accurate information regarding the shear strength of specific stainless steel strips, it is advisable to consult the technical data sheet or manufacturer's specifications. Additionally, conducting tests or seeking guidance from a materials engineer or metallurgist can offer more precise and tailored information based on the particular application and conditions.
Q:
Yes, stainless steel strips can be used in oil and gas applications. Stainless steel offers excellent resistance to corrosion and high temperature, making it suitable for various components in the oil and gas industry such as pipelines, tanks, and valves. Its durability and strength make stainless steel strips a reliable choice for these demanding applications.
Q:
The factors affecting the thermal expansion of 111 stainless steel strips include the composition of the steel alloy, temperature changes, heating and cooling rates, and the presence of impurities or defects in the material. Other factors may include the grain size and orientation, mechanical stresses, and the presence of other elements or alloying agents in the steel.
Our company is a large company mainly dealing in stainless steel stocking and processing. We are the first aurthorized dealer of many well-known Chinese steel factories. We have about 20 thousand tons stock, which can satisfy most requirments of our customers at any time. These material are widely applied in electric furnace, boiler, pressure vessel, electro-heat installation, equipments for petroleum, chemistry, textil, printing, food, medicine, enviroment protection, mechanical, manufacturin, etc.

1. Manufacturer Overview

Location Zhejiang,China
Year Established 2010
Annual Output Value Above US$16Million
Main Markets Japan, South America
Company Certifications ISO9001:2000;

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3. Manufacturer Capability

a)Trade Capacity  
Nearest Port Shanghai
Export Percentage 60%
No.of Employees in Trade Department 50 People
Language Spoken: English;Chinese; Japanese
b)Factory Information  
Factory Size: Above 80,000 square meters
No. of Production Lines Above 8
Contract Manufacturing OEM Service Offered;Design Service Offered
Product Price Range Average

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