Properties of stainless steel coil


Published:

2021-11-12

Stainless steel coil is made from slab, after going to reheating furnace and rolling process, we receive stainless steel hot rolled black coil.Then we have the coil to go through reheating furnace again, then sandblasting and pickling, we get No.1 hot rolled coil in white.After that, we process the coil with rolling and annealing pickling, cold rolled stainless steel coil is produced. Features of Stainless steel coil: 1. Complete product specifications and diverse materials; 2. Excellent surface quality and good brightness; 3. Stable chemical composition, pure steel, low inclusion content; 4. Can be customized. Stainless steel coil is generally very corrosion resistant and will perform satisfactorily in most environments. Pitting is a localised form of corrosion which can occur as a result of exposure to specific environments, most notably those containing chlorides. Crevice corrosion is a localised form of attack which is initiated by the extremely low availability of oxygen in a crevice.

Stainless steel coil is made from slab, after going to reheating furnace and rolling process, we receive stainless steel hot rolled black coil.Then we have the coil to go through reheating furnace again, then sandblasting and pickling, we get No.1 hot rolled coil in white.After that, we process the coil with rolling and annealing pickling, cold rolled stainless steel coil is produced.

Features of Stainless steel coil: 

1. Complete product specifications and diverse materials; 

2. Excellent surface quality and good brightness; 

3. Stable chemical composition, pure steel, low inclusion content; 4. Can be customized.

Stainless steel coil  is generally very corrosion resistant and will perform satisfactorily in most environments. Pitting is a localised form of corrosion which can occur as a result of exposure to specific environments, most notably those containing chlorides. Crevice corrosion is a localised form of attack which is initiated by the extremely low availability of oxygen in a crevice.