Stainless Steel

Stainless steels are characterized by an excellent resistance to chemically attacking substances. They generally have a Cr mass-fraction of 12 % and a C mass-fraction of 1.2 % at the most.

1.4016 X6Cr17
Sheet thickness: 0,50 I 0,75 I 1,00 I 1,25 I 1,50 I 2,00 I 3,00 I 4,00 I 5,00
1.4305 (Shooting material) X8CrNIS18-9
Diameter: rising from 4,00 bis 20,00 in 2 mm
rising from 25,00 bis 50,00 in 5 mm
1.4310 (Spring band steel) X12CrNi 17 7
Sheet thickness: 0,10 I 0,20 I 0,30 I 0,40 I 0,50 I 0,60 I 0,70 I 0,80 I 1,00 I 1,50 I 2,00
Welding and soldering are not recommended, not hardenable, no high gloss finish
1.4301 (V2A) X5CrNi18 10
Sheet thickness: 0,50 I 0,75 I 1,00 I 1,25 I 1,50 I 2,00 I 3,00 I 4,00 I 5,00
Weldable without post-treatment, high gloss finish, not magnetizable or hardenable. Main use in chemical, petroleum, beverages and food industries
1.4571 (V4A) X6CrNiMoTi17 12 2
Sheet thickness: 0,50 I 0,75 I 1,00 I 1,25 I 1,50 I 2,00 I 3,00 I 4,00 I 5,00
Weldable, no high gloss finish. Used in devices exposed to heavy acid attacks, like in the pulp, paint, textile or chemical industry

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The following materials are always available: steel sheets, stainless steels and non-ferrous metal, like brass, copper, nickel silver (white silver) and aluminium.