The surface of the stainless steel plate is smooth, has high plasticity, toughness and mechanical strength, and is resistant to corrosion by acids, alkaline gases, solutions and other media.
It is an alloy steel that is not easily rusted, but it is not absolutely rust-free.
The stainless steel plate refers to a steel plate that is resistant to corrosion by weak media such as atmosphere, steam, and water, and the acid-resistant steel plate refers to a steel plate that is resistant to corrosion by chemical etching agents such as acid, alkali, and salt.
The stainless steel sheet has the ability to withstand general corrosion similar to the unstable nichrome 304.
Prolonged heating in the temperature range of chromium carbide may affect alloys 321 and 347 in harsh corrosive media.
Mainly used in high temperature applications, high temperature applications require strong sensitization of materials to prevent intergranular corrosion at lower temperatures.
High temperature oxidation resistance
Stainless steel plates have high temperature oxidation resistance, but the oxidation rate is affected by inherent factors such as the exposed environment and product morphology.
The total heat transfer coefficient of the metal depends on other factors, in addition to the thermal conductivity of the metal.
In most cases, the film’s heat dissipation coefficient, scale and metal surface condition.
Stainless steel keeps the surface clean and tidy, so its heat transfer is better than other metals with higher thermal conductivity.
(1) Thin plate (0.2mm-4mm)
(2) Medium plate (4mm-20mm)
(3) Thick plate (20mm-60mm)
(4) Extra thick plate (60-115mm)
By production method
(1) Hot rolled steel sheet
(2) Cold rolled steel sheet