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What are the uses of stainless steel coils?

Edit:Shaanxi Tonghui Steel Co., Ltd.UpDate:2020-03-31

Most use requirements of Xi'an stainless steel coils are to maintain the original appearance of the building for a long time. In determining the type of stainless steel coil to be selected, the main considerations are the required aesthetic standards, the corrosivity of the atmosphere in the location, and the cleaning system to be used. Other applications are increasingly seeking structural integrity or impermeability.

For example, roofs and side walls of industrial buildings. In these applications, the owner's construction cost may be more important than aesthetics, and the surface may not be clean. The use of 304 stainless steel in a dry indoor environment works well.

However, in rural and urban areas, if you want to maintain its appearance outdoors, you need to clean it frequently. In heavily polluted industrial areas and coastal areas, the surface can be very dirty and even rusty. However, to achieve aesthetic effects in outdoor environments, nickel-containing stainless steel coils are required. Therefore, 304 stainless steel is widely used in curtain walls, side walls, roofs and other building applications, but in severely aggressive industrial or marine atmospheres, 316 stainless steel is used. Several design guidelines include 304 and 316 stainless steel.

Because "duplex" stainless steel 2205 has integrated good atmospheric corrosion resistance with high tensile strength and elastic limit strength, this steel is also included in the European guidelines. Product shape, in fact, stainless steel is manufactured in full standard metal shapes and sizes, and there are many special shapes.

The products commonly used in Xi'an stainless steel coils are made of sheet and strip steel, and special products are also produced by medium and heavy plates, such as the production of hot-rolled structural steel and extruded structural steel. There are also round, oval, square, rectangular and hexagonal welded or seamless steel tubes and other forms of products, including profiles, rods, wires and castings. To meet the aesthetic requirements of architects, a number of different commercial surface finishes have been developed.