Where can I buy stainless steel round bars?
With a total inventory of millions of pounds of stainless steel, so lucky steel stainless steel can meet the needs of your company or customer base. We are located in the heart of New England, south of Boston. We market locally and sell globally. Atlantic stainless steel offers stainless steel round bars ranging in diameter from 1/16 inch to 16 inch, with an average length of 12 feet to 14 feet.
Our expert team has nearly 200 years of experience in this field. With many industrial applications and uses of stainless steel, they are ready to assist and guide you through the procurement process to ensure that your company has a grade suitable for a specific job.
The application of stainless steel can vary according to the needs of your company. The different grades are determined by the degree and combination of elements mixed with iron, carbon and chromium to produce stainless steel. Modern stainless steels may contain elements such as nickel, niobium, molybdenum and titanium to improve corrosion resistance, increase strength and ductility, and resist environmental factors in the upper atmosphere and outer space, or tropical, dry, temperate, cold and polar regions found on land and sea.
The most familiar type of stainless steel is type 304, or 304 for short. An austenitic stainless steel grade with a wide range of industrial applications. It is mainly used for building panels, pots, pans, tableware and other kitchen equipment. Along the railings, it is also used to make springs or ship equipment.
In contrast, if you need excellent corrosion resistance and excellent welding ability, 316 stainless steel will be your first choice. This includes ship parts, jet engine parts, coastal buildings or water filters.
Adding titanium to stabilize grade 304 stainless steel, it produces grade 321 stainless steel, which is an ideal choice for aircraft parts, mineral processing screens, expansion joints and furnace parts. Add the combination of niobium, tantalum and other elements to produce 347 stainless steel. Another stable alloy, which is very suitable for prolonging working life at high temperature (800-1500 º f). You will find that this grade is used in aerospace applications, including the manufacture of aircraft components, such as aircraft collector rings, jet engine parts and exhaust pipes. It is also used in boilers, exhaust manifolds, silencers for large engines and other welded components and
Nickel alloy grade stainless steel (such as 625) has high heat resistance and corrosion resistance, and can withstand extremely harsh environments. With its wide range of properties, the industrial applications of grade 625 stainless steel include aircraft, steam turbine, pharmaceutical, nuclear power system, chemical and petrochemical industries.
In addition to many grades of stainless steel, there are many types of finishes available for various applications of stainless steel. Finishes are numbered or coded: 1, 2b, 2D, 2BA (or simply bright annealed) 3, 4, 6, 7, 8 and tr for temper rolling.
No. 4 “brushed” finish is the most common. Easy to identify, you will find the finish of almost all stainless steel appliances. The wire drawing appearance has a bright finish, which is characterized by short and uniform parallel polishing lines with visible directional “texture”. It is designed for daily use and can hide wear marks, fingerprints, scratches, etc.
The most reflective surface and polished surface of stainless steel is No. 8. Polished to a mirror like surface, it is made by successively polishing with a finer abrasive and a large amount of polishing until all the sand lines in the preliminary grinding operation are removed. It is used for column covers, mirrors, decorative decorations, reflectors, signs and wall panels.
So lucky steel stainless steel sells stainless steel round bars to customers all over the world. However, customers in our geographical service area should stop to check our inventory and consult one of our experts to understand the grade, finish and polish of all their stainless steel needs.