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Stainless steel strip

 

  • Stainless steel STRIP in coils
    cold rolled after annealing and pickling

    Thickness: 0.1 – 1.0 mm
    Width: 9 800 mm

 

Stainless strip is used in many areas, particularly in mechanical engineering, electrical, automotive, therefore, stainless strip has industrial importance.

By type of processing stainless strip is divided into the following groups:

 

  • soft stainless strip,
  • half cold-worked stainless strip,
  • cold-worked stainless strip,
  • high cold-worked stainless strip.

 

The thickness of the strip may range from 0.1 to 1 mm and a width of 9-800 mm. Soft stainless strip is annealed, its plastic properties are high, so this strip is used to create different forms, in particular corrugating.

Half cold-worked, cold-worked, high cold-worked stainless strips are solid and durable. Cold working makes hardening properties of the surface by its plastic deformation. In this process, strip becomes more durable, hard, but at the same time with a less impact resistance and less elasticity. More the cold working ratio is greater, more the stainless strip becomes harder and less elastic. Thus, high cold-worked stainless strip is the hardest and most non-plastic.

In addition, stainless steel strips can vary in appearance edges (edged, unedged), accuracy of producing (normal, extra, or high), by type of surface (1,2,3 group) and surface (classes A, B, C, D , D, E;).

Stainless strip is used for the production of dishes, brackets, springs, various clamps, in the automotive industry (for the production of car bodies and accessories), in aircraft, in home appliances for the decoration of furniture, manufacturing fencing, conveyor belts, etc.