Stainless Steel Sheets

Stainless Steel Sheets

Ashapura’s stainless steel sheet supplier in Maharashtra presents a reliable and adaptable solution for a wide array of applications. Crafted from top-notch stainless steel, it delivers outstanding resistance to corrosion and is effortless to maintain. With its smooth surface and precise dimensions, this sheet is perfectly suited for fabrication projects, architectural designs, and industrial applications.

Types and Specifications of Stainless Steel Sheets

Stainless steel sheets are widely used in various industries such as construction, automotive, aerospace, and food processing. They are known for their durability, corrosion resistance, and aesthetic appeal. There are different types of stainless steel sheets available at Ashapura Steel.

Austenitic Stainless Steel Sheets

Austenitic stainless steel is a type of stainless steel that contains high levels of nickel and chromium. It is non-magnetic and has excellent corrosion resistance. Austenitic stainless steel sheets are commonly used in applications that require high-temperature strength and good weldability.

One example of an austenitic stainless steel sheet is ASTM A240 Type 304. This type of sheet has a maximum carbon content of 0.08%, a maximum manganese content of 2%, and a maximum sulfur content of 0.03%. It also contains 18-20% chromium and 8-10% nickel.

Ferritic Stainless Steel Sheets

Ferritic stainless steel is another type of stainless steel that contains high levels of chromium but low levels of nickel. It is magnetic and has good corrosion resistance to certain chemicals such as nitric acid.
One example of a ferritic stainless steel sheet is ASTM A240 Type 430. This type of sheet has a maximum carbon content of 0.12%, a maximum manganese content of 1%, and a maximum sulfur content of 0.03%. It also contains 16-18% chromium.

Martensitic Stainless Steel Sheets

Martensitic stainless steel is a type of stainless steel that contains high levels of carbon (usually between 0.1-1%) along with chromium and other elements such as molybdenum or nickel. It is magnetic and has good hardness but poor weldability.

One example of a martensitic stainless steel sheet is ASTM A240 Type 410. This type of sheet has a maximum carbon content of 0.15%, a maximum manganese content of 1%, and a maximum sulfur content of 0.03%. It also contains 11.5-13.5% chromium.

Duplex Stainless Steel Sheets

Duplex stainless steel is a type of stainless steel that contains both austenitic and ferritic structures in its microstructure. It has high strength and excellent corrosion resistance to various chemicals such as chloride ions.

One example of a duplex stainless steel sheet is ASTM A240 Type 2205. This type of sheet has a maximum carbon content of 0.03%, a maximum manganese content of 2%, and a maximum sulfur content of 0.02%. It also contains 22-23% chromium, 3-3.5% molybdenum, and 4.5-6.5% nickel.

Stainless Steel Sheets Specifications

Item Stainless Steel Sheet
StandardASTM A240, JIS4304-2005, ASTM A167, EN 10088-2-2005, GB/T3280-2007, etc
Material202, 304, 316, 321, 310 , 410, 420, 416
Thickness0.1mm - 3.0 mm
Width914mm - 1524 mm
Length300 mm - 6000 mm

Finishing of Stainless Sheets

Patterned Finish2B Finish
Hairline Finish PlateMirror Finish Plate
No. 8 FinishBrushed Finish
No.4 FinishEmbossed Finish
No. 4 – Brushed finish2R (Bright Annealed) Finish
No. 2B – Matte finishNo.8 – Mirror finish
Polished FinishesMirror Polished

Stainless Steel Sheets Weight Chart

Gauge (GA)Thickness (inches)Size (feet x feet)Weight (lb/sq ft)
100.13454 x 85.625
110.11964 x 85.040
120.10464 x 84.410
130.08974 x 83.780
140.07474 x 83.150
160.05984 x 82.520
180.04784 x 82.010
200.03594 x 81.510
220.02994 x 81.255
240.02394 x 81.005

Property of Stainless Steel Sheets

Benefits of Using Stainless Steel Sheets in Various Industries

Durability and strength are two key factors that industries consider when choosing materials for their products. Stainless steel sheets from Ashapura Steel have been widely used in various industries due to their excellent properties, making them a popular choice.

Benefits of Using Stainless Steel Sheets in Various Industries

One of the main advantages of stainless steel sheets is their resistance to corrosion. This property makes them ideal for use in environments where they are exposed to harsh conditions such as saltwater or chemicals.

High Temperature Resistance

Stainless steel sheets also exhibit high-temperature resistance, making them suitable for use in high-temperature applications such as furnace components and exhaust systems. They can maintain their strength and shape even at elevated temperatures, which is crucial for ensuring safety and reliability.

Ease of Fabrication

Another benefit of using stainless steel sheets is their ease of fabrication. They can be easily cut, welded, and formed into different shapes without losing their structural integrity. This makes them versatile and adaptable to different manufacturing processes.

Hygienic Properties

Stainless steel sheets are also known for their hygienic properties, which make them ideal for use in industries such as food processing and healthcare. They are easy to clean and do not harbor bacteria or other harmful microorganisms that could contaminate food or medical equipment.

Longevity

Stainless steel sheets have a long lifespan compared to other materials due to their durability and resistance to wear-and-tear. This means that products made from stainless steel sheets require less maintenance and replacement, resulting in cost savings for manufacturers.

Industrial Application of Stainless Steel Sheet

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FAQ

1)Why Ashapura's stainless steel is best?

The quality and suitability of stainless steel products can vary based on several factors, including the grade of stainless steel, manufacturing processes, quality control measures, and customer requirements. Ashapura’s stainless steel is the best choice for your specific needs,they have best Grade of Stainless Steel,Certifications and Standards,Technical Support and Services, Pricing and Availability.

2)Which is better SS 304 or 316?

The choice between SS 304 (AISI 304) and SS 316 (AISI 316) depends on the specific application and requirements. Both 304 and 316 are stainless steel grades, and they have similar appearances but differ in terms of their chemical composition, corrosion resistance, and suitability for different environments
SS 304- Contains 18-20% chromium and 8-10.5% nickel. It also has a small amount of manganese and carbon.
SS 316- Contains 16-18% chromium, 10-14% nickel, 2-3% molybdenum, and a small amount of manganese and carbon.
Corrosion Resistance-
SS 316- Has superior corrosion resistance compared to SS 304, especially in environments where chloride ions are present, such as marine environments or industrial settings with corrosive chemicals.
SS 304- Offers good corrosion resistance for most applications but may not be as resistant as SS 316 in highly corrosive environments.

3)What is the size of SS sheet in maharshtra?

sizes for stainless steel sheets include Following Factors-
Thickness- Stainless steel sheets are available in various thicknesses, typically ranging from 0.5mm to several millimeters.
Width- Standard widths for stainless steel sheets are typically 1,000mm (1 meter) or 1,219mm (4 feet), but wider sheets may also be available.
Length- The length of stainless steel sheets can vary, with common lengths being 2,000mm (2 meters) or 2,438mm (8 feet). Custom lengths can often be cut to order.
It’s important to note that stainless steel sheets can be cut and customized to meet specific size requirements. This is often done by the supplier or a metal fabrication shop to ensure that the sheet meets the precise needs of the project or application.

4)How many grades are there in SS sheet?

Stainless steel sheets (SS sheets) come in various grades
Austenitic Series (e.g., 304, 316)
Ferritic Series (e.g., 430)
Martensitic Series (e.g., 410, 420)
Duplex Series (e.g., 2205)
Precipitation Hardening Series (e.g., 17-4 PH)

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