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Metal is just metal right? It's tough, often gray and used to make things with. Simple! The reality is not quite that easy. Not all metal is the same, and especially not our steel. Here at sheet metals online we aim to provide the highest quality sheet metal, perfectly machined to your specific needs and requirements.
What makes our steel different from other metals?
The product in question is our type 304 stainless steel, an alloy of iron, chromium (>18%), nickel (>8%) and carbon (<0.08%). Our type 304 steel is of food-grade standard, meaning it is approved for use in commercial kitchens where hygiene and safety is of utmost importance. Our steel also qualifies for applications in the medical industry, such as hospital countertops. You may be familiar with the “18/8” stainless steel alloy as it is often used to make cooking utensils, pots, pans or cutlery.
The grade 304 steel we use is austenitic. This is the technical term that means the metal will not hold or attract a magnet. The benefits of this mean it is a metal that can be safely used in environments with electromagnetism prevalent. Further, the strength and robust nature of our stainless steel give it the longevity you need to be able to rely on. As the name suggests, stainless steel will retain its color over time, meaning the aesthetic you aim for will last. This is thanks to the corrosion resistance that keeps the metal looking good and staying strong.
Beds, chairs, benches, fence posts, coffee tables, and many other everyday household items are all made from frames.
To what extent does the description of metal vary? It is durable, typically appears gray, and is put to constructive use. Simple! The truth, however, is not so simple. The metals we use, our steel, are not all created equal. Sheet Metals Online is committed to providing superior sheet metal that is precisely machined to meet your specifications.
Our type 304 stainless steel, an iron-based alloy including chromium (>18%), nickel (>8%), and carbon (0.08%), is the item in question. The highest standards of cleanliness and safety are required in commercial kitchens, and our type 304 stainless steel meets those requirements. Our steel is suitable for use in the healthcare sector and has been installed as hospital countertops. The "18/8" stainless steel alloy is commonly used to produce cookware. Therefore you may be familiar with it.
Angled sheet metal can be applied in a lot of common areas thanks to the wide scope of configuration available. Each side of the fold is called a ‘wing’. The functionality of each angle piece is dependent upon the wing length and dimensions you choose. Simply configure your requirements and we can curate the product specific for you. We understand that off the shelf solutions simply aren’t specific enough for many needs, which is why we let you tell us what to do. Even the little decisions are in your hands, such as the direction of metal grain that you prefer.
The steel comes in a number of finishes: brushed, mirrored or dulled. Each dispatch of metal sheeting comes protected with a plastic film that can be peeled off after installation. This protects the surface from any scratches or marks that may occur in a busy construction environment.
Choose from 16, 20 or 24 gauge stainless steel sheeting, select your dimensions and we do the rest. Order your top-quality stainless steel today at Sheet Metals Online.
The austenitic steel we utilize is of the 304 grade. In scientific terms, a magnet will not stick to or be attracted to the metal. It makes it an advantageous metal for usage in areas where electromagnetic is widespread. Additionally, our stainless steel is extremely durable and will last a very long time. Stainless steel, as its name implies, does not rust or corrode, so the look you're going for will stay. It is because the metal resists corrosion, which helps it maintain its beautiful looks and strength.
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Steel Angles are the most basic type of roll-formed steel. They are formed by bending a single angle in a piece of steel. Angle Steel is 'L' shaped; the most common type of Steel Angles are at a 90-degree angle. The legs of the “L” can be equal or unequal in length.
Structures include bridges, storage facilities, racks, power and communication towers, cable towers, other structures, tools, and other machinery.
Steel angles are classified into two types: equal and unequal. Equal metal angles have two axes of equal length.
Metal Angle is low carbon hot rolled steel. It is the most common of all metal shapes. It is angled at 90°, resulting in a durable and strong product that can be used for various applications.
Steel Angles are used in fabricating fabrications, frames, shelves, vehicle make, brackets, construction, and maintenance.