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1.0mm*1219mm Stainless Steel Coil in Grades 201, 202, 304, 304L, 316, 316L, 310 - A Polished 2B Finish
Discover the pinnacle of stainless steel excellence with our 1.0mm*1219mm Stainless Steel Coil. Crafted to meet the highest standards, this coil combines precision manufacturing with a polished 2B finish, making it the ideal choice for projects that demand both functionality and aesthetics. Let's delve into the key features and applications that set this stainless steel coil apart.
Precision Thickness: The 1.0mm thickness of our stainless steel coil ensures a perfect balance between strength and flexibility. This precision thickness makes the coil versatile, suitable for a wide range of applications where structural integrity and adaptability are essential.
Wide Range of Grades: Available in grades 201, 202, 304, 304L, 316, 316L, and 310, this stainless steel coil caters to diverse project requirements. Each grade is carefully selected to provide specific attributes, such as corrosion resistance, heat resistance, and durability, ensuring you have the right material for your application.
2B Polished Finish: The 2B polished finish adds a touch of elegance to the stainless steel coil. This smooth and reflective surface not only enhances the aesthetics but also contributes to increased corrosion resistance, making it suitable for applications where appearance matters.
Wide Coil Width (1219mm): With a width of 1219mm, our stainless steel coil offers versatility in various fabrication processes. The wider surface is particularly advantageous in applications such as cladding, roofing, and architectural elements, where large panels or sheets are required.
Diverse Applications: Whether for architectural, industrial, or household applications, our stainless steel coil is designed to excel. From kitchen appliances and utensils to architectural facades and machinery components, its diverse grades and polished finish make it suitable for a wide array of uses.
Kitchen Appliances and Utensils: The polished 2B finish and corrosion-resistant properties of this stainless steel coil make it an excellent choice for manufacturing high-quality kitchen appliances and utensils. From countertops to cookware, it adds a touch of sophistication to the culinary environment.
Architectural Cladding: In architectural projects, where aesthetics meet functionality, our stainless steel coil finds application in cladding and decorative elements. The 2B polished finish enhances the visual appeal, making it a preferred choice for modern and stylish architectural designs.
Industrial Machinery Components: With its precision thickness and corrosion-resistant grades, this stainless steel coil is ideal for manufacturing various industrial machinery components. Its durability and resistance to harsh industrial environments ensure long-lasting performance.
Construction and Roofing: The wide coil width makes this stainless steel coil well-suited for construction and roofing applications. Whether for roofing panels or architectural features, its strength, and polished finish contribute to a sleek and durable outcome.
In conclusion, our 1.0mm*1219mm Stainless Steel Coil in grades 201, 202, 304, 304L, 316, 316L, and 310 with a 2B polished finish is a testament to precision engineering and aesthetic refinement. Elevate your projects with a coil that combines functionality with elegance. Choose our stainless steel coil for a superior solution that meets the demands of diverse applications with style and durability.
What is a stainless steel coil?
Stainless steel is initially produced in slabs, which are then put through a conversion process using a Z mill, which converts the slab into coil prior to further rolling. These wide coils are typically made at around 1250mm (sometimes a little wider) and are known as 'mill edge coils'.
Cold-rolled steel coils.
Cold-rolled steel is a more finished product that not only looks nicer, having a more finished surface but is also more durable than is hot-rolled steel. This steel is created by further processing hot-rolled steel. Cold-rolled steel is superior in performance compared to hot-rolled steel but may be harder to manipulate than hot-rolled steel due to a higher carbon content.
Hot-rolled steel coils.
A hot-rolled steel coil is formed almost exactly as its name implies: the steel is rolled at a high temperature, which makes the steel easier to manipulate, resulting in a product that is easier to work with. Because there is less processing involved in the manufacturing of hot-rolled steel, it is typically much less expensive than cold-rolled steel coils.
|201, 202, 304, 304L, 304H, 316, 316L,316Ti,2205, 330, 630, 660, 409L, 321, 310S, 410, 416, 410S, 430, 347H, 2Cr13, 3Cr13 etc
Special Stainless Steel:904L,347/347H,317/317L,316Ti,254Mo
|Cold Rolled; Hot Rolled
|2000mm, 2438mm, 2500mm, 3000mm, 6000mm or as required
Hot rolled: 3.0mm-180mm
|Escalator, Elevator, Doors
Production tools, Kitchen appliances, freezers, cold rooms
Machinery and Packaging
Equipment and Medical devices
|1)TT 30 % deposit in advance and balance 70%TT before delivery.
|2) 30% deposit by T/T, the balance by L/C at sight.
|3) 100% L/C at sight.
|Wooden Pallet or according to customer's requirements
|1.Usually,within10-20days after receiving deposit or LC.
2.According to the order quantity
|Free samples are provided but the freight is borne by the buyer
What is the difference between 304 and 316 stainless steel?
304 contains 18% chromium and 8% nickel while 316 contains 16% chromium, 10% nickel and 2% molybdenum. The molybdenum is added to help resist corrosion to chlorides (like sea water and de-icing salts).
What type of stainless steel is best?
Most stainless steel ordered around the world is Grade 304. It offers the standard corrosion resistance, formability, strength, and easy maintenance for which stainless is known. While 316 comes in second in terms of quantities sold, it offers vastly superior corrosion resistance to chlorides and acids.
Which is stronger 304 or 316 stainless steel?
When it comes to tensile strength, the two are almost identical. The yield strength of 316 stainless steel is higher, but the difference is relatively small. When hardened through cold working, both 304 and 316 stainless steel can achieve considerably higher hardness and strength ratings.
310 stainless steel coil is a stainless steel material containing molybdenum, which can form a passivation film in the air or in a chemically corrosive medium to isolate the metal from the outside world and protect the metallographic structure of the matrix from oxidation. 310 has excellent pitting corrosion resistance and machinability. Its face-centered cubic structure has high resistance to stress relaxation and low temperature impact toughness.
304L stainless steel coil is a general-purpose stainless steel coil material, which is widely used to make equipment and parts that require good comprehensive performance (corrosion resistance and formability). The carbon content of 304L stainless steel is lower than that of 304 stainless steel. This steel will precipitate less carbide near the weld, which can reduce intergranular corrosion, so the ability to resist intergranular corrosion is higher than that of 304 stainless steel.
316 stainless steel coils perform well at temperatures up to 800°C. 316 has excellent rust and wear resistance compared to other stainless steel grades. The addition of molybdenum to 316 stainless steel increases its resistance to acid, alkali, and chloride pitting. Ease of Forming and Welding: 316 stainless steel is easily welded by TIG or MIG welding and does not require post-weld annealing. After annealing, it is non-magnetic.
Stainless steel has excellent corrosion resistance, formability, compatibility, strength and toughness in a wide temperature range and other characteristics, so it has been widely used in heavy industry, light industry, household goods industry and building decoration industry.
What are the benefits of stainless steel coils?
Stainless steel coil is highly durable, corrosion-resistant, and can withstand extreme temperatures. It's also nonreactive and nontoxic, making it ideal for medical and food service applications. You can also customize the surface finish and leverage specialty metals for increased strength and durability.
What is the purpose of steel coil?
Steel coils are used by various industries, as this type of metal is ideal for building panels, walls, roof panels, power stations, ships, and various other projects and construction undertakings.
1)24 hours online. Provide consulting and quotation services for customers all the time.
2)We are an integrated steel enterprises of which business range covers production, processing storage, logistics and sales.
3)Many years of manufacturing experience and annual output exceeds 1 million tons.
4)Exported to more than 70 countries, serviced for more than 2,000 customers.
5)Supply steel products for more than 200 projects and 50 national program.6) Both small batch order quantity and customer customization accepted.