Stainless Steel Coil 201, 202,301, 304, 316,304L,316L,309,410,430

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Grade:

300 Series

Standard:

JIS,AISI,GB

Length:

as customers' requested

Thickness:

0.1-120mm

Width:

1000-2000mm

Place of Origin:

Shanxi China (Mainland)

Brand Name:

CNBM

Model Number:

309S

Type:

Coil

Application:

petroleum refining

Certification:

SGS, ISO

Color:

natural color

Packing:

Standard export seaworthy packing or according to your requirements

Available Finish:

2B/BA/8K/No.4/SB/HL

Edge:

slit edge and mill edge

Features:

accurate dimensions

Manufacture technology:

cold drawn,pickling, hot rolled and cold rolled

Quality:

high quality 201, 304,316,304L,316L,309,410,430 Stainless Steel Coil

Stock:

Always in stock

Item:

201, 202,301, 304,316,304L,316L,309,410,430 Stainless Steel Coil

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail:Standard export packing or as customer's requirement ASTM 309S Stainless Steel Coil
Delivery Detail:In 15 days

Specifications

201, 202,301, 304,316,304L,316L,309,410,430 Stainless Steel Coil
Width:1000-2000mm
Thickness: 0.1-120mm
Quality:High quality

 

 

 

Product Description

ASTM 309S Stainless Steel Coil 

Thickness:0.1-120mm

Width:1000-2000mm

Length: As required

Typical physical properties for stainless steel coil

 

Grade

Chemical composition

C

Si

Mn

P

S

Ni

Cr

%

%

%

%

%

%

%

309S

≤0.08

≤1.00

≤2.00

≤0.04

≤0.030

12.00-15.00

22.00-24.00

 

 

Item

 201, 202,301, 304,316,304L,316L,309,410,430 Stainless Steel Coil

Technical  

Hot rolled  and cold rolled

Standard  

ASTM   A240,GB/T3280-2007,JIS4304-2005,ASTM   A167,EN10088-2-2005,GB/T3280-2007,EN10095-99,JIS4312,etc

Material

201, 202,301, 304,316,304L,316L,309,410,430 

Surface

NO.1,2B, mirror finish,4K,8K,Hairline finish

Thickness

0.1-120mm

Width

1000-2000mm

Price   term

FOB,CFR,CIF,CNF

Application

Stainless   steel coil applies to construction field, ships building industry, petroleum,   chemical industries, war and electricity industries, food processing and   medical industry, boiler heat exchanger, machinery and hardware fields.   Stainless steel coil can be made according to the customer’s requirements.

Contact  

If   you have any question, please feel free to contact me.

 

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