Stainless steel plate is generally a general term for stainless steel plate and acid-resistant steel plate. Introduced at the beginning of this century, the development of stainless steel plate has laid an important material and technical foundation for the developmentWide range of uses Typical uses: pulp and paper equipment heat exchangers, mechanical equipment, dyeing equipment, film processing equipment, pipelines, exterior materials for buildings in coastal areas, etc. Also there are other types of stainless steel plates, such as 304 Stainless Steel Sheet, 316 Stainless Steel Plate, 301 Stainless Steel Sheet, etc.
Coils mainly refers to hot-rolled round steel with a diameter of 5-9mm and rebar with a diameter of less than 10mm. Most of them are supplied in coils by reeling machines, also known as wire rods or coils. Wire rods are mainly used as raw materials for reinforcing and welding structural parts of reinforced concrete or for reprocessing (such as wire drawing, drawing, etc.). According to the steel distribution catalogue, stainless steel coil includes ordinary low carbon steel rolled wire rod, electric welding wire rod, wire rod for blasting wire, quenched and tempered threaded wire rod, and high-quality wire rod. Suitable for petroleum, chemical, construction, medicine, food, machinery and other industries, and can meet the requirements of metal hoses, watch straps, pens, kitchens, tableware, auto parts, camera parts, precision electronics, mobile phones, household appliances and other materials requirements.
Stainless steel pipe isprecipitation hardening type. According to the production process, stainless steel bars can be divided into three types: hot rolling, forging and cold drawing. The specification of hot rolled stainless steel round bar is 5.5-250 mm. Among them: 5.5-25mm small stainless steel round bars are mostly supplied in bundles of straight strips, which are often used as steel bars, bolts and various mechanical parts; stainless steel round bars larger than 25mm are mainly used for the manufacture of mechanical parts or as seamless steel pipe billets. Widely used in hardware kitchenware, shipbuilding, petrochemical, machinery, medicine, food, electricity, energy, construction and decoration, nuclear power, aerospace, military and other industries.
All kinds of silk products of different specifications and models made of stainless steel, originating in the United States, the Netherlands, and Japan, and the cross-section is generally round or flat. Common stainless steel wires Carbon steel pipes are made of steel ingots or solid round steels through perforation into capillary tubes, which are then hot-rolled, cold-rolled