Stainless Steel Channel

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Stainless Steel Channels                                              

 

Stainless Steel Channel, is ideal for all applications where greater strength and superior corrosion resistance is required. Stainless Channel has a durable dull, mill finish that is widely used for all types of fabrication projects that are exposed to the elements - chemical, acidic, fresh water, and salt water environments

 

The standard length for most size channel is 12’-14’ random lengths, but lengths are available in some sizes up to 20’ and longer.  Finishes on channel can vary and include cold drawn, centerless ground, smooth turned, rough turned, turned ground and polished, and HRAP.

· We will custom saw cut to length

· DEFARS or domestic material available in many sizes

· Polishing services are available

 

 

Product Name

Stainless Steel Channel

Standard

JIS, ASTM, GB, DIN, EN, AISI

Grade

301,302,303,304,304L,305,309S,310S,316,316L,317,317L,321,347 631...

Diameter

75x30x6mm many other sizes can be done

Length

1m~6m

 

Package Detail

Export standard package, bundled or be required. The inner size of container is below: 20ft GP: 5.9m(length) x 2.13m(width) x 2.18m(high) about 24-26CBM 40ft GP: 11.8m(length) x 2.13m(width) x 2.18m(high) about 54CBM 40ft HG: 11.8m(length) x 2.13m(width) x 2.72m(high) about 68CBM

Delivery Time

Normally according to the order quantity or upon negotiation

Payment Terms

L/C, T/T

Application

Food stuff, gas, metallurgy, biology, electron, chemical, petroleum, boilers, nuclear, energy, construction field, ships building industry, war and electricity industry, boiler heat exchanger, machiner and hardware fields and medical equipment, fertilizer, etc.  

 

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Our products are very popular because of high-quality and reasonable prices. If you are interested in any of our products, please feel free to contact us 

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Q:
Indeed, high-temperature applications can make use of stainless steel channels. The outstanding heat resistance of stainless steel enables it to endure high temperatures while maintaining both strength and structural integrity. The remarkable melting point and thermal stability of stainless steel channels render them appropriate for a range of industries and applications, such as power generation, chemical processing, aerospace, and automotive sectors, all of which involve elevated temperatures. Moreover, stainless steel channels exhibit resistance against oxidation and corrosion even in high-temperature environments, thereby further bolstering their suitability.
Q:
There are several different jointing methods that can be used for stainless steel channels. 1. Welding: This is one of the most common jointing methods for stainless steel channels. It involves heating the two channel sections and joining them together using a filler metal. The weld is then cooled and solidified, creating a strong and durable joint. 2. Bolting: Bolting involves using bolts and nuts to connect two channel sections together. This method is relatively easy and quick to use, and can be disassembled if needed. However, it may not be as strong as welding, especially in high-stress applications. 3. Riveting: Riveting involves using rivets to join two channel sections together. It is a permanent jointing method that provides good strength and stability. However, it requires specialized tools and may not be as aesthetically pleasing as other methods. 4. Adhesive bonding: Adhesive bonding involves using a strong adhesive to bond two channel sections together. This method is often used in applications where welding is not feasible or desired, such as in areas with limited access or in situations where heat distortion must be avoided. Adhesive bonding can provide a high-strength joint, but it may not be as durable as welding in certain conditions. 5. Mechanical fastening: Mechanical fastening involves using mechanical fasteners such as clips, clamps, or brackets to join two channel sections together. This method is often used when temporary or adjustable connections are required. Mechanical fastening can be quick and easy to use, but it may not provide the same level of strength as welding or other methods. Overall, the choice of jointing method for stainless steel channels depends on the specific application, structural requirements, accessibility, and aesthetics. Welding is generally the preferred method due to its strength and durability, but other methods can be suitable depending on the circumstances.
Q:
Yes, stainless steel channels are recyclable. Stainless steel is a highly recyclable material that can be melted down and reused to create new stainless steel products.
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Enhancing the fire resistance of stainless steel channels and ensuring the safety of the surrounding environment can be achieved through the implementation of various fire protection measures. These measures include: 1. Application of fireproof coatings: By applying coatings that are resistant to fire on the surface of stainless steel channels, an additional layer of protection can be provided. These coatings are designed to delay the spread of flames and minimize the risk of structural failure. 2. Installation of fire barriers: Fire barriers made of fire-resistant materials like gypsum board or concrete can be installed around stainless steel channels. These barriers act as physical obstacles, preventing the fire from spreading to other areas and helping to contain and control its spread. 3. Incorporation of fire sprinkler systems: Automatic fire sprinkler systems can be installed near stainless steel channels to effectively suppress fires and prevent their spread. These sprinklers are activated when they detect heat or smoke, releasing water or other fire suppressants to extinguish the fire. 4. Insulation with fire-resistant materials: Insulating stainless steel channels with materials that are resistant to fire can help reduce heat transfer and prevent the spread of fire. These specially designed insulating materials can withstand high temperatures and minimize the risk of structural damage. 5. Implementation of fire alarms and detection systems: It is crucial to have fire alarm and detection systems in the vicinity of stainless steel channels. These systems are capable of detecting the presence of smoke or elevated temperatures and can alert occupants or emergency responders to the fire, enabling prompt action. 6. Ensuring proper ventilation: Adequate ventilation around stainless steel channels is essential to remove smoke and heat in the event of a fire. Well-designed ventilation systems can prevent the accumulation of toxic gases and maintain a safe environment for evacuation and firefighting activities. 7. Regular maintenance and inspections: Regularly inspecting and maintaining stainless steel channels is vital to identify any potential fire hazards or damage. This includes checking for signs of corrosion, ensuring proper clearance around the channels, and promptly addressing any issues that may compromise their fire resistance. It is important to note that the specific fire protection measures for stainless steel channels may vary depending on the building codes, regulations, and fire safety standards applicable in a particular region. Seeking guidance and assistance from fire protection experts or professionals can be valuable in determining the most suitable fire protection measures for stainless steel channels in a specific setting.
Q:
Yes, stainless steel channels can be used in the construction of staircases or handrails. Stainless steel is a popular material choice for staircases and handrails due to its durability, strength, and aesthetic appeal. Stainless steel channels are specifically designed to provide structural support and stability to staircases and handrails. They are available in various sizes and profiles, allowing for customization and flexibility in design. Stainless steel channels also have excellent corrosion resistance, making them suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications. Additionally, stainless steel is easy to clean and maintain, making it a practical choice for high-traffic areas such as staircases and handrails.
Q:
Stainless steel channels exhibit excellent resistance to humidity. They are crafted from a corrosion-resistant material known as stainless steel, which possesses chromium. When stainless steel comes into contact with oxygen, chromium forms a safeguarding layer on its surface. This protective layer, referred to as the passive layer, shields the steel from rust or corrosion when exposed to moisture or humidity. Consequently, stainless steel channels have the ability to endure high levels of humidity while maintaining their structural integrity and performance. This remarkable characteristic makes them an optimal option for a multitude of applications in environments with high humidity, such as marine structures, chemical plants, food processing facilities, and outdoor installations.
Q:
The fire resistance ratings of stainless steel channels can vary depending on various factors such as the specific grade of stainless steel, the thickness of the channel, and the presence of any additional fireproofing measures. Stainless steel is known for its high resistance to heat and corrosion, making it inherently more fire-resistant than many other materials. However, it is important to note that stainless steel alone may not have a specific fire resistance rating. In some cases, stainless steel channels may be combined with fireproofing materials or coatings to enhance their fire resistance properties. These additional measures can improve the overall fire resistance rating of stainless steel channels. To determine the fire resistance rating of a specific stainless steel channel, it is recommended to consult the manufacturer's specifications or relevant fire safety standards and regulations. These resources will provide more accurate and detailed information about the fire resistance capabilities of stainless steel channels in different applications.
Q:
Stainless steel channels possess high resistance against the growth of bacteria or fungi. This is due to the fact that stainless steel is renowned for its non-porous and smooth surface, which creates an unfavorable environment for bacteria or fungi to adhere and thrive. Furthermore, stainless steel possesses inherent properties that hinder the growth of microorganisms, making it an ideal choice for applications where cleanliness is of utmost importance, such as in the food and pharmaceutical industries. The robustness and corrosion resistance of stainless steel also contribute to its ability to withstand harsh cleaning agents and disinfectants, thus further minimizing the risk of bacterial or fungal contamination. All in all, stainless steel channels are an exceptional option when it comes to preventing the growth and propagation of bacteria or fungi.
Q:
The load deflection characteristics of stainless steel channels refer to how they behave under different loads and deflections. Stainless steel channels typically exhibit high strength and stiffness, allowing them to withstand heavy loads and resist deformation. They also have excellent corrosion resistance, making them suitable for various applications in construction, manufacturing, and structural engineering. The load deflection characteristics of stainless steel channels can be further influenced by factors such as the dimensions and design of the channel, the type of stainless steel used, and any additional treatments or coatings applied to enhance performance.
Q:
Negative, stainless steel channels do not possess magnetic properties. Although stainless steel does have a minor iron content, the inclusion of chromium and nickel, among other elements, in the alloy composition forms a safeguarding layer on the exterior, referred to as a passive layer. This passive layer renders stainless steel channels unmagnetic.

1. Manufacturer Overview

Location Qingdao,China
Year Established 2008
Annual Output Value Above US$100 Million
Main Markets Middle East;Europe;North America
Company Certifications ISO9001:2000

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Nearest Port Tianjin
Export Percentage 0.8
No.of Employees in Trade Department 100 People
Language Spoken: English;Chinese
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Factory Size: Above 60,000 square meters
No. of Production Lines 10
Contract Manufacturing OEM Service Offered;Design Service Offered
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