What is Stainless Steel Strip?
Compared to the other types of steel, these Stainless steel strips are very advantageous as they have enhanced properties. These Stainless Steel Strips have improved resistance towards corrosion. They also have the property of tensile strength, which is comparatively better. Along with the tensile strength property, these Stainless Steel Strips also offer the property of ductility. These Stainless Steel Strips are formed by hot or cold rolling. These Stainless Steel Strips are also recyclable in nature, because of which they are used widely by customers who prefer environment-friendly alternatives. The Stainless Steel Strips have to go through various processes such as slitting along with edging. Annealing and shearing processes are also something these Stainless Steel Strips have to go through. Along with these processes, these Stainless Steel Strip also undergo the processes of polishing and tempering. Additional custom finishing is also done on these Stainless Steel Strips.
Stainless Steel Strips are stocked into three categories. Namely: Heat treatable Non-heat treatable Pre hardened These could be then customised into various forms. They are mainly formed into coils. Apart from coils, they could also be made into angles, channels, frames, etc. These Stainless steel strips could also be made according to the specifications or the demands that the client provides. The applications' needs or requirements could also be responsible for the type of Stainless steel strips. The manufacturing of these Stainless steel strips takes place in a number of steps. In the very first step, in an electric furnace, the raw materials are melted. This is done for approximately 8 hours to 12 hours, and this is done until they reach their recrystallization temperature. After that, the molten steel is set into semi-finished types. Stainless Steel Strips are such as blooms and billets, along with slabs, rods, and tube rounds. These shapes that are unfinished then have to go through a process that is a forming process. This forming process could be such as a cold rolling process. They have to go through all these procedures so as to become stainless steel strips The cold rolling process does not necessarily mean that these have to undergo a temperature that is cold in nature. But it means that these have to undergo a temperature that is below the recrystallization temperature of the metal. In order to be of the desired shape, during the cold rolling process, the stainless steel strip is pulled in between rollers. This is done in order to make the stainless steel strips of the desired shapes. These are also manufactured by considering the industrial norms, standards and guidelines so that the Stainless Steel strips that are produced are of excellent quality and so that they perform well. Therefore, because of all these properties and features that these stainless steel strips have, they are in massive demand in the industry. Uses:
These Stainless Steel Strips are utilised in a number of industries, and these industries include telecommunication, electronics, and food processing. Along with these, Stainless Steel Strips are also used in the aerospace industry, medical, petrochemical industries, etc.