Hot Rolled /Coldrolled Stainless Steel Coil with 2b/Ba Surface

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10000 m.t./month

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Model NO.:201/202/301/304

Surface Treatment:2b, Ba, Hairline, No.4, 8k, Mirror Finish etc.

Certification:ISO, SGS, BV

Technique:Cold Rolled

Standard:ASTM, JIS, GB, AISI, DIN, BS

Application:Pipe/Tube Making, Building , Kitchen Sinks/C

Edge:Mill / Slit Edge

Stock:Stock

Steel Grade:201, 202, 301, 302, 304, 304L, 316,316L

Grade:201, 202, 301, 302, 304, 304L, 316,316L

Width:20mm-1250 Mm

Thickness:0.16-3.0mm

Surface:2b, Ba, Hairline, No.4, 8k, Mirror Finish etc.

Quantity:as Request

Delivery Time:1-14 Days

Payment Term:FOB/CIF/CFR/EXW

Export Markets:Global


Product Description

it is mainly used for Pipe/tube making,building material,kitchen sinks/cutlery,baths,elevators,automotive application,industrial application,hardware-tools etc. 
We are a whole industrial chain factory,main product as below :
stainless steel coil/stainless steel strip
stainless steel pipe/tube
and the Supply ability as below :
S.S HR COIL= 1000 000 TONS/ year
S.S CR COIL= 800 000 TONS/ year
s.s pipe=200 000 TONS/ year

hot rolled /coldrolled stainless steel coil with 2B/BA surface

Material GRADE201, 202, 301, 304, 304L, 316, 316L
StandardASME, ASTM, EN, BS, GB, DIN, JIS, etc
TechniqueHot rolled / cold rolled
Raw material sourceJHSCO  or as your request
Width10mm-1250 mm
Thickness0.16mm-3.0mm
Quantityas your request
Surface2B, BA, No. 4  No.1,8K, Mirror finish etc.
PackagingStandard export sea-worthy packing
Delivery time1-15days
Supply abilityS.S HR COIL= 1000 000 TONS/ year ,S.S CR COIL= 800 000 TONS/ year,s.s pipe=200 000 TONS/ year
Payment termsL/C, T/T
Application range  Pipe/tube making,building material,kitchen sinks/cutlery,baths,elevators,automotive application,industrial application,hardware-tools etc.


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Q:Physics! Steel pots and pans?
Yep I agree with Scamper. Copper pot would be toxic so lined with tin or stainless steel.
Q:Magnet will not stick to stainless steel?
That's interesting that it caused deflection in the compass. A lot of stainless steels may be SLIGHTLY magnetic, because they have small amounts of ferrite or alpha-iron in them. Ferrite is one of the crystal phases of steel. It has a body-centered cubic (BCC) structure and it's responsible for the magnetism of ordinary steels. Adding certain elements like nickel, manganese, or molybdenum, changes the crystal structure of the steel to a face-centered cubic (FCC) structure, which is NOT magnetic. This crystal phase is known as Austenite or gamma-iron. However most iron alloys contain some impurities that may cause the steel to be not completely transformed into the FCC austenite phase, small areas remain as ferrite.
Q:is steel flexible?
Yes, looking at it from an engineering standpoint. Depending on it's shape it can be used for many applications where flexibility is important. Steel springs for example, or guitar strings. Whenever you're debating these kinds of matters, it is important to keep in mind that the use of a material depends on the shape, the size and the weight it's going to be used in. A big block of steel will be used in a different manner as a piece of steel wire.
Q:are surgical stainless steel and surgical steel the same thing?
There are several different grades and specifications that are referred to collectively as surgical steel, or Surgical stainless steel Non-stainless steel is not used for piercings and sutures and the like, because of the obvious reason that it tends to rust. The most common grade referred to as surgical is 316L, which is also used for food handling equipment. 316L is tough and very durable and has outstanding corrosion resistance. But it is moderately expensive. Very cheap body jewelry may be made out of cheaper grades of stainless steel like 304 or even the dirt-cheap 409. 304 is less corrosion resistant than 316L ; Almost nothing good can be said of type 409, except that's it cheap. 409 is not technically known as surgical, but some manufacturers may claim it is, to increase their asking price and also to cause buyer confusion. Surgical tools, which are not meant to be implanted, are usually made of the well known 440C, which is extremely strong and excellent at holding and edge, but it is not very corrosion resistant and it is brittle. 440C is not usually considered surgical. It's also used to make kitchen knives.
Q:What is Steel...........?
as steel is an alloy i thinkl they are looking for what elements it is made up of
Q:Are a guys balls really made out of steel?
yes, he had to sew special underwear for himself so he can support his steel balls; like a bra for down there.
Q:Do any of you teens out there know what a Steel Guitar is?
i play acoustic, but i have tried to play a steel guitar before, my cousin has one. (:
Q:Which is a greener building material, steel or wood?
Of course wood+1
Q:Steel reinforced armor.?
I don't think that would work. First off, there's not enough carbon in steel - even very high carbon steels are only about 2% carbon. Second, the iron atoms in steel form a crystal lattice, in the shape of a cube, with another iron atom in the middle of the cube. Each cube is about 0.3 nm per side. Carbon atoms work their way into the crystals and displace the iron atoms. But a carbon nanotube is around 1 nanometer in diameter - that's 3 times as big as the iron lattice! So a nanotube wouldn't fit. One thing you might do, however, is make a composite - mix the materials together on a scale a little bigger than the atomic scale that the iron and carbon mix to make steel. Just like a carbon fiber bicycle frame or ski pole is strands of carbon (much bigger and not as strong as nanotubes) held together with epoxy, you could hold nanotube strands together with metal. Not sure it would be good for armor, but if you can figure out a way to do it, I'm sure someone will come up with a use for it!
Q:Why should you heat thicker steel before welding?
For most mild steel, it is not necessary to preheat the steel, even in thick sections. Preheating, as well as maintaining interpass temperatures is sometime used when welding high-strength or high-performance steels. This reduces the likelihood of weld cracks. Mild steel is ductile enough that weld cracks aren't usually a problem. Preheating reduces the speed at which the weld cools and solidifies. in high-strength steels, this produces a more ductile microstructure in the weld and heat affected zone, thus reducing the possibility of hot and cold cracks. This also may improve some of the mechanical properties of the H.A.Z., such as impact toughness. The slower cooling rate allows more time for hydrogen to diffuse out of the weld, reducing the potential for hydrogen embrittlement. Hydrogen is produced when water vapor reacts with the steel at high temperatures, producing iron oxide and hydrogen gas. Some steels can be damaged by even relatively small amounts of hydrogen. Electrodes used in flux core arc welding and in shielded metal arc welding often contain fluxes which tend to absorb moisture from the air. Also, rust and mill scale contain water molecules which are chemically bound to the iron atoms. Note that hydrogen embrittlement is generally not an issue with mild steel, due to it's low carbon and alloy content. Preheating also reduces shrinkage stresses, due to the slower cooling rate. This is beneficial in parts which are heavily restrained, or where distortion is a particular concern.

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