The stainless steel family tree has several branches, which may be differentiated in a variety of ways e.g. in terms of their areas of application, by the alloying elements used in their production, or, perhaps the most accurate way, by the metallurgical phases present in their microscopic structures: Ferritic Martensitic (including precipitation hardening steels) Austenitic Duplex steels, consisting of mixture of ferrite and austenite Within each of these groups, there are several “grades” of stainless steel defined according to their compositional ranges. These compositional ranges are defined in European (and other e.g. USA) standards, and within the specified range, the stainless steel grade will exhibit all of the desired properties.
Austenitic stainless steels (e.g. grades 1.4301 and 1.4833) consist of chromium (16-26%), nickel (6-12%) and iron. Other alloying elements (e.g. molybdenum) may be added or modified according to the desired properties to produce derivative grades that are defined in the standards (e.g. 1.4404). The austenitic group contains more grades, that are used in greater quantities, than any other category of stainless steel. Austenitic stainless steels exhibit superior corrosion resistance to both ferritic and martensitic stainless steels. Corrosion performance may be varied to suit a wide range of service environments by careful alloy adjustment e.g. by varying the carbon or molybdenum content. These materials cannot be hardened by heat treatment and are strengthened by work-hardening. Unlike ferritic and martensitic stainless steels, austenitic grades do not exhibit a yield point. They offer excellent formability and their response to deformation can be controlled by chemical composition. They are not subject to an impact transition at low temperatures and possess high toughness to cryogenic temperatures. They exhibit greater thermal expansion and heat capacity, with lower thermal conductivity than other stainless or conventional steels. They are generally readily welded, but care is required in the selection of consumables and practices for more highly alloyed grades. Austenitic stainless steels are often described as non-magnetic, but may become slightly magnetic when machined or worked.
|Minimum Order Quantity||10 Kilogram|
|Size (feet X feet)||4*8|
|Thickness||0-1 mm, 1-2 mm, 2-3 mm, 3-4 mm, 4-5 mm, >5 mm|
Our company SKYLAND METAL AND ALLOYS INC. is among the top most organizations involved in manufacturing, supplying and exporting quality assured Stainless Steel Chequered Plate. Our offered plate is manufactured using high grade stainless steel and other components that are procured from certified vendors of the market. In order to suit the demands of clients, this plate is made available in different sizes, thickness and specifications. This Stainless Steel Chequered Plate is stringently checked on various parameters like superior finish and high material strength.
1) Grade: 304, Aluminum, etc.
2) Surface Finish: 2B, HR, BA, CR, etc.
3) Size: 1000mm x 2000mm, 1000mm x 2500mm, 1220mm x 2440mm, 1250mm x 2500mm, 1500mm x 3000mm
4) Thickness's -: 1mm - 5mm.
|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Packet|
|Size||1 mm, 2.5 mm, 3.15 mm|
|Brand||ESAB, Mangalam, Maruti, Ador|
|Length||350 mm, 450 mm|
|Minimum Order Quantity||50 Piece|
|Size||0-1 inch, 1-5 inch, 5-10 inch, 10-20 inch, 20-30 inch, >30 inch|
|Material Standard||ASTM A182|
|Rated Pressure (Bar)||2500|
Flanges, forged, ASTM A182, F304/304L or F316/316L (dual marked and certified), ASME B16.5, annealed and fully machined, raised face, smooth finish (125-250 RMS / 3.2-6.3µM) to MSS-SP6, hardness to NACE MR0175 latest edition. IC checked to ASTM A262 E and PMI tested.
SKYLAND METAL ASTM/ASME flanges are certified according to EN 10204/3.1