Stainless Steel Sheets
Stainless steel sheets are a crucial component in various industrial applications. At Om Steel, we are dedicated to providing top-notch stainless steel sheets that meet and exceed the requirements of our clients. Our stainless steel sheets are manufactured using high-quality raw materials and the latest technology to ensure they are durable and reliable.
One of the most popular grades of stainless steel sheet is 316L. This grade is known for its excellent corrosion resistance and high strength. It is commonly used in marine environments where it is exposed to saltwater and other corrosive elements. Another popular grade of stainless steel sheet is 304L. This grade has good welding properties and is commonly used for architectural applications such as cladding, roofing, and facades.
Stainless steel sheets can also be finished in different ways to achieve the desired surface treatment. One common finish is a brushed finish that gives the sheet a textured look while still maintaining its durability.
When choosing stainless steel sheets, it’s important to consider factors such as the intended use, required thickness, and surface finish. At Omsteel we offer a wide range of stainless steel sheets that meet different requirements. Our stainless steel sheets are available in various finishes, including mirror, brushed, and satin, to meet different aesthetic preferences.
Om Steel is a trusted stainless steel manufacturer that provides high-quality stainless steel sheets with exceptional features such as corrosion resistance, strength, and durability. Contact us today to learn more about our stainless steel sheet offerings and how we can help meet your industrial needs.
Types and Specifications of Stainless Steel Sheets
Austenitic Stainless Steel Sheets
Austenitic stainless steel is a type of stainless steel that contains high levels of nickel and chromium. It is non-magnetic and has excellent corrosion resistance. Austenitic stainless steel sheets are commonly used in applications that require high-temperature strength and good weldability.
One example of an austenitic stainless steel sheet is ASTM A240 Type 304. This type of sheet has a maximum carbon content of 0.08%, a maximum manganese content of 2%, and a maximum sulfur content of 0.03%. It also contains 18-20% chromium and 8-10% nickel.
Ferritic Stainless Steel Sheets
Ferritic stainless steel is another type of stainless steel that contains high levels of chromium but low levels of nickel. It is magnetic and has good corrosion resistance to certain chemicals such as nitric acid.
One example of a ferritic stainless steel sheet is ASTM A240 Type 430. This type of sheet has a maximum carbon content of 0.12%, a maximum manganese content of 1%, and a maximum sulfur content of 0.03%. It also contains 16-18% chromium.
Martensitic Stainless Steel Sheets
Martensitic stainless steel is a type of stainless steel that contains high levels of carbon (usually between 0.1-1%) along with chromium and other elements such as molybdenum or nickel. It is magnetic and has good hardness but poor weldability.
One example of a martensitic stainless steel sheet is ASTM A240 Type 410. This type of sheet has a maximum carbon content of 0.15%, a maximum manganese content of 1%, and a maximum sulfur content of 0.03%. It also contains 11.5-13.5% chromium.
Duplex Stainless Steel Sheets
Duplex stainless steel is a type of stainless steel that contains both austenitic and ferritic structures in its microstructure. It has high strength and excellent corrosion resistance to various chemicals such as chloride ions.
One example of a duplex stainless steel sheet is ASTM A240 Type 2205. This type of sheet has a maximum carbon content of 0.03%, a maximum manganese content of 2%, and a maximum sulfur content of 0.02%. It also contains 22-23% chromium, 3-3.5% molybdenum, and 4.5-6.5% nickel.
Stainless Steel Sheets Specifications
|Item||Stainless Steel Sheet|
|Standard||ASTM A240, JIS4304-2005, ASTM A167, EN 10088-2-2005, GB/T3280-2007, etc|
|Material||202, 304, 316, 321, 310 , 410, 420, 416|
|Thickness||0.1mm - 3.0 mm|
|Width||914mm - 1524 mm|
|Length||300 mm - 6000 mm|
Finishing of Stainless Sheets
|Patterned Finish||2B Finish|
|Hairline Finish Plate||Mirror Finish Plate|
|No. 8 Finish||Brushed Finish|
|No.4 Finish||Embossed Finish|
|No. 4 – Brushed finish||2R (Bright Annealed) Finish|
|No. 2B – Matte finish||No.8 – Mirror finish|
|Polished Finishes||Mirror Polished|
Stainless Steel Sheets Weight Chart
|Gauge (GA)||Thickness (inches)||Size (feet x feet)||Weight (lb/sq ft)|
|10||0.1345||4 x 8||5.625|
|11||0.1196||4 x 8||5.040|
|12||0.1046||4 x 8||4.410|
|13||0.0897||4 x 8||3.780|
|14||0.0747||4 x 8||3.150|
|16||0.0598||4 x 8||2.520|
|18||0.0478||4 x 8||2.010|
|20||0.0359||4 x 8||1.510|
|22||0.0299||4 x 8||1.255|
|24||0.0239||4 x 8||1.005|
Property of Stainless Steel Sheets
|Steel Grade||Bendability: Bending Angle||N/mm 2 MIN. Proof Stress||Bendability: Inside Radius||N/mm 2 MIN. Tensile Stress||HRB MAX. Hardness||% MIN. Elongation||HBW MAX. Hardness|