Stainless Steel Angle Manufacturer in China
Stainless steel angles are designed with 2 legs to create a 90° angle. Since they contain alloying elements such as chromium, nickel, and molybdenum, they do not stain or corrode easily. They are the ideal material for environments where they will be prone to rust, oxidization, and other elements.
TuoLian offers stainless steel angles in different dimensions, material grades, profiles, finishes, and other specifications. We can also produce custom stainless steel angles for your specific needs or applications.
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|Product Parameters: Stainless Steel Angle bar
|Pickling 8K, NO.1, NO.4,hairline, etc
|6000mm or Customized
|304 201 304L 310S 316L 321 904L 2205 2507 S32750 S32760 etc
There are 2 primary processes for producing stainless steel angles which are laser fusion welding and hot rolling. Stainless steel angles produced by hot rolling are more affordable. They commonly have rounded corners or tapered edges. On the other hand, laser-fused SS angles have a consistent, sharp, and square corner. They also have a bead blast and a smoother finish. Compared to hot-rolled stainless steel angles, laser-fused SS angles have a higher surface finish.
At TuoLian, we produce laser-fused and hot-rolled stainless steel angles in both metric and imperial sizes. We can distribute them all throughout the world.
SS Angles by Finishes
Brushed Polish – Stainless steel angles can be produced in brushed or also known as satin polish. Brushed polished angles are commonly used for decorative applications.
Bright Polish – Bright polished or bright annealed finish SS angles have a reflective, shiny, and bright surface.
Mill Finish – Mill finish or also known as 2B finish stainless steel angles have a smooth and grainy finish. They are light gray in color. Also, they are commonly used for kitchen appliances.
Polished stainless steel angles are commonly used for architectural and manufacturing applications where appearance is important.
Variety of Applications
Stainless steel angles are used for making brackets, frames, and for manufacturing fabrications and general engineering. They can also be used for edge protection and as an edging trim. Furthermore, they are used for welded or woven screens for mining, springs, threaded fasteners, water & quarrying filtration, heat exchangers, architectural railings, trims, paneling, chemical containers, food preparation equipment, and more.
Stainless steel angles have different applications depending on their grades. As an example, 316 stainless steel angles are commonly used for laboratory equipment & benches, aircraft parts, coastal architectural paneling, trim & railings, boat fittings, and other marine applications. And 304 stainless steel angles are commonly used for:
TuoLian offers stainless steel angles in grades 304 and 304L. 304 stainless steel angles are commonly used for structural applications where excellent corrosion resistance and great strength are needed. They are also used for indoor applications and all kinds of fabrication applications where they will be exposed to chemicals, fresh water, salt water, and acidic environments. Their characteristics include:
- Corrosion Resistance = Excellent
- Forming/Bending = Good
- Grinding/Machining = Fair
- Welding = Excellent
316 and 316L stainless steel angles are available at TuoLian. 316 stainless steel angles are the second most often preferred grade after grade 304. They are a standard molybdenum-bearing grade. Their molybdenum content makes them have more corrosion resistance than 304 SS angles. They are also more resistant to chloride conditions. Some of their characteristics are listed below.
- Machining/Grinding: Good
- Corrosion Resistance: Excellent
- Bending/Forming: Good
- Welding: Very Good
Types of Stainless Steel Angles
Stainless steel equal angles have sides that are the same width along the entire material’s length. They have equal legs and are commonly used for:
- Lintel Beams and Frames
- High Corrosion Situations
- Trailers & Truck Bodies
- Marine Engineering