Stainless steel

304 Stainless Steel

400 series stainless steels are the martensitic family and not as common as austenitic grades. Martensitic steels are extremely strong and tough due to higher carbon content, but more susceptible to corrosion in certain environments. They can be heat-treated to greatly increase their hardness and are magnetic.

410 Stainless Steel

400 series stainless steels are the martensitic family and not as common as austenitic grades. Martensitic steels are extremely strong and tough due to higher carbon content, but more susceptible to corrosion in certain environments. They can be heat-treated to greatly increase their hardness and are magnetic.

Stainless steel 17-4

Stainless steel 17-4 (CNC) - SAE grade 630 - is a precipitation hardening alloy with good corrosion resistance. Can be hardened up to 44 HRC.

Stainless steel 2205 Duplex

Stainless steel 2205 Duplex (CNC) is the alloy with the highest strength and hardness. Suitable for applications in severe environments up to 300°C.

Stainless steel 303

Stainless steel 303 (CNC) has excellent toughness, but lower corrosion resistance than 304. Ideal for high volumes, due to its excellent machinability.

Stainless steel 304

Stainless steel 304 (CNC) has excellent mechanical properties and good machinability. Resistant to most environments and corrosive media.

Stainless steel 316

Stainless steel 316 (CNC) has similar mechanical properties to 304, with higher corrosion and chemical resistance. Ideal for marine applications.

Stainless Steel 420

Contains more carbon than Stainless 410 to give it increased hardness and strength when heat treated. Offers mild corrosion resistance, high heat resistance, and improved strength.

stainless steel 440C

440C is the highest carbon content from 400 stainless steel series. It is usually heat treated to reach hardness of 58–60 HRC. 440C can be oil quenched to achieve maximum hardness.It is a bearing steel, and used in rolling contact stainless bearings, e.g. ball and roller bearings. It is also used to make knife blades.

stainless steel 904L

it superior resistance to localized attack (pitting and crevice corrosion) by chlorides and greater resistance reducing acids. it takes a higher polish than other grades of steel and provides greater corrosion resistance. It has applications in piping systems, pollution control equipment, heat exchanges, and bleaching systems.

Zinc Alloy

Continuous-cast alloy. Has good electrical conductivity and is highly resistant to corrosion. This alloy is readily treatable for painting, plating, and anodizing.