316 Stainless Steel Angle
316 stainless steel angle features L-shaped profiles with two perpendicular legs, commonly used for providing structural support. It exhibits higher strength at elevated temperatures, making it a versatile choice for various applications. Known for its exceptional corrosion resistance, 316 stainless steel is often referred to as food-grade stainless steel or marine-grade stainless steel. At our company, we offer customizations in terms of different sizes, shapes, and grades of 316 stainless steel angles to meet your specific needs.
Features of 316 stainless steel angle
Our 316 stainless steel angle stands out with its high resistance to corrosion and pitting, ensuring long-lasting durability and requiring low maintenance. Additionally, this stainless steel angle boasts wear resistance and hygienic properties, making it ideal for a wide range of applications. It is also easy to fabricate, weld, and form, adding to its ease of use and versatility.
Where to use 316 stainless steel angle?
The uses of 316 stainless steel angle span across multiple industries, including construction applications, pharmaceuticals, the beverage industry, oil and petroleum equipment, food production, support structures, aerospace, textiles, and marine equipment. Moreover, it is a preferred choice for the production of furnace parts, valves and pumps, laboratory benches and equipment, chemical containers, threaded fasteners, springs, heat exchangers, coastal architectural paneling, railings, and trim.
To ensure the quality and reliability of our 316 stainless steel angle, we employ professional and advanced testing methods, such as:
- Mechanical Testing, including Tensile Area testing.
- Hardness Test to assess the material’s hardness properties.
- Chemical Analysis – Spectro Analysis for precise composition evaluation.
- Positive Material Identification (PMI) Testing for material verification.
- Flattening Test to evaluate the angle’s deformation resistance.
- Micro and MacroTest to examine the structure of the material.
- Pitting Resistance Test to assess its resistance against localized corrosion.
- Flaring Test to evaluate the material’s formability.
- Intergranular Corrosion (IGC) Test to assess susceptibility to corrosion at grain boundaries.
By subjecting our 316 stainless steel angle to rigorous testing, we ensure that it meets the highest standards of quality, performance, and safety for your applications.
|Thickness||3.0mm – 120mm|
|Length||2ft, 4ft, 6ft, 8ft, 10ft, 20ft or cut to length|
|Grades||304/304L/304H, 309/309S, 310/310S, 317L, 317LMN, 321, 347, Duplex 2205, 309, 310, 316/316L, 317/317L|
|Standard||ASTM A 276/A 276M,A 484/A 484M, A 564/A 564M, A 582/A582M, A 638 /A, ASTM-B98, AMS-QQ-S-763, AMS-5653, AMS-5648, ASTM-A479|
|Surface finish||Hot rolled, mill finish, not polished|
|Tensile Strength||Yield Point||Elasticity||Brinell Hardness||Yield Tensile Strength||Melting Point||Density|
|75 ksi||30 ksi||28 ksi||160||42,100 psi||2,500-2,550 F||8.0 g/cm3|