Stainless Steel

Our firm is engaged in manufacturing a vast range of superior quality Stainless Steels which include round bars and plates. These are used in the construction and engineering industries for architectural applications. The said products are also used for making kitchen accessories such as cookware, pans, sinks, grills, cookers, saucepans and cutlery. Stainless Steels are ideal for processing knife blades with sharp edges and strong structure. Apart from this, our offered products are accustomed with rust resistance and are able to resist impact, galvanic corrosion caused by electric current generated by different metals. These are found in automotive and transportation applications as well.
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Price: 1450 USD ($)

ASTM Stainless Steel 440C is used typically in the following applications: Cutlery Ball bearings and races Molds and dies High quality knife blades Valve components, pump parts, Measuring instruments, Surgical instruments Wear-resistant textile components.

Product Image (9Cr18Mo/440C/440C 9c)


Price: 1500 USD ($)

ASTM A276 standard grade 440c stainless steel is a high carbon martensitic stainless steel, which is generally supplied in the annealed condition with a maximum Brinell hardness of 269 (Rc29) or annealed and cold drawn with a maximum Brinell hardness of 285 (Rc31).

Product Image (4Cr13/420/SUS420J2)


Price: 1400 USD ($)

420 stainless steel is a martensitic higher carbon version of types 410 and 416 stainless that can be hardened by heat treatment. It contains a minimum of 12 percent chromium, sufficient to give 420 corrosion resistance properties. It has good ductility in the annealed condition but is capable of being hardened up to 50 RHC. Its best corrosion resistance is achieved when 420 is hardened and surface ground or polished. In the hardened condition, 420 has good corrosion resistance to the atmosphere, foods, fresh water, mild alkalies and acids, steam, sterilizing solutions, crude oil, gasoline, and other similar corrosive media. The higher carbon content employed in 420 gives higher strength and hardness over stainless grades 410 and 416. In the annealed condition, 420 is relatively easy to machine, but if hardened to above 30 HRC, machining becomes more difficult. Fabrication must be by methods allowing for poor weldability and usually allow for a final harden and temper heat treatment. 420 is not recommended for use in temperatures above the relevant tempering temperature, because of reduction in mechanical properties. The scaling temperature is approximately 650°F.


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