- Resistant to corrosion
- Attractive appearance
- Resistant to heat
- Low cost of maintenance
- Neutral in biologic aspect
- Simple producing
Is the Iron Alloy that has more than 10.5% chromium and less than 5.1 carbon with amendable property and resistant against generally stainless steel is a long lasting metal, low cost for maintenance and 100% recyclable.
The hint should be regarded about stainless steel is that this metal can b touch all ways with air and if it’s surface is damaged by physical works on it such bending, cuing, formation and etc , it will be stained even with out any touching with oxygen.
Alloy of chromium and nickel with carbon less than 0.1% like 304 & 304L that are known as 10.8 & 8.18 and hasn’t magnetism property.
This group is the world wide use more than 65%.
Iron–chromium alloy with less than 0.1 percert of carbon and magnetism. The most consumed in this group is AISI 430 or 4016.1.
This type of stainless. Has priority to the others because of good shape. Increasing chromium and molibden in this group can increase the resistancy of corrosion and adding titanium & Niobium can in crease the weld ability.
The Iron chromium alloy with more than 0.1 percent of carbon with property of magnetism and harden ability.
The Iron–chromium & nickel with magnetic and non–magnetic structures.
In general duplex stain less has more resistancey than magnetic and non magnetic stain lesses. The most useful type of this group is EN4462.1