Stainless Steel

Stainless Steel is a versatile and corrosion-resistant alloy that contains iron, chromium, nickel, and other elements. It is known for its durability, resistance to corrosion and staining, and a wide range of applications.

We offer these grades of Stainless Steel:

  • 303 (Bars, Angles, Hex)
  • 304 (Sheets, Plates, Bars, Angles, Hex, Tube, Channels, Beams, Pipe)
  • 316 (Sheets, Plates, Bars, Angles, Hex, Tube, Pipe)
  • 416 (Bars)
  • 440 (Bars)
  • 17-4 (Bars)


  • Corrosion Resistance: Stainless steel is highly corrosion-resistant, making it suitable for use in environments where exposure to moisture and corrosive substances is a concern.
  • Strength: Depending on the grade and treatment, stainless steel can exhibit high strength and durability.
  • Heat Resistance: Stainless steel maintains its strength and corrosion resistance at elevated temperatures.
  • Hygienic Properties: The smooth and non-porous surface of stainless steel makes it easy to clean and maintain, making it suitable for applications in healthcare and food processing.
Types of Stainless Steel
  • Austenitic Stainless Steel: Contains high levels of chromium and nickel. Commonly used in applications requiring corrosion resistance, such as kitchen sinks and food processing equipment.
  • Ferritic Stainless Steel: Contains a higher percentage of chromium but lower nickel content. Known for its magnetic properties and corrosion resistance. Used in automotive applications and appliances.
  • Martensitic Stainless Steel: Contains higher carbon content and can be heat-treated for increased hardness. Used in cutlery, knives, and certain industrial applications.
  • Duplex Stainless Steel: Combines features of austenitic and ferritic stainless steels. Known for high strength and corrosion resistance. Used in chemical processing and oil and gas industries.
  • Iron: The primary base metal in stainless steel.
  • Chromium: The key alloying element that provides corrosion resistance. A minimum of 10.5% chromium content is required for steel to be considered stainless.
  • Nickel: Often added to enhance corrosion resistance and stability. Nickel also contributes to the alloy’s ability to maintain strength at high temperatures.
  • Other Alloying Elements: Depending on the specific grade, other elements such as molybdenum, titanium, and manganese may be included to enhance specific properties.
  • Kitchen Appliances: Stainless steel is commonly used for kitchen sinks, countertops, appliances, and cookware due to its corrosion resistance and aesthetic appeal.
  • Construction: Stainless steel is used in building components, such as structural elements, handrails, and architectural features.
  • Medical Devices: Stainless steel is used in medical instruments, implants, and devices due to its biocompatibility and corrosion resistance.
  • Automotive: Stainless steel components are used in exhaust systems, decorative trim, and various automotive applications.
  • Industrial Equipment: Stainless steel is utilized in industrial equipment, chemical processing, and oil and gas industries.
  • Cutlery and Tools: Martensitic stainless steel is often used in the production of cutlery and high-strength tools.
Surface Finishes
  • Polished Finish: Stainless steel can have a polished or mirror-like finish for aesthetic purposes.
  • Brushed Finish: A brushed or satin finish provides a textured appearance while maintaining corrosion resistance.
  • Matte Finish: Some applications may require a matte finish for reduced reflectivity.