Round Bar Supplier of Stainless Steel
Stainless steel bars exhibits excellent resistance to corrosion, oxidation, and also results in a smooth surface finish.
The 12% percent of chromium content of stainless steel bar contributes to the quality of its ductility, hardness, high strength, workability, and formability. Steel products are in high demand in various industries. Stainless steel bars are low-cost and 100% recyclable and recoverable. The primary applications of the metal bars are in metalworking operations for centerless grinding, saw cutting, turning, and much more.
Stainless Steel Round Bar Purchaser
Stainless Steel Bar Shapes
Stainless steel bars and rods come in different shapes and sizes depending on the industrial applications. At Advance Grinding we spealize in round stainless steel bars. However, we also custom-make the metallic rods to fit our clients application.
Round Stainless Steel Bars
Stainless steel grades
Stainless steel bar grades differ in properties and elemental compound composition, therefore usable in multiple applications.
The compound is always sought by engineers, designers, and manufacturers due to its exceptional properties. There are a variation of steel grades, each designated for specific applications depending on featured properties and strength.
Like all other metals and grades, stainless steel grades are evaluated and tested with their featured properties and strength for the proper selection and placement of their designated applications.
The variations differ in the mechanical properties they exhibit. Particular metalworking processes are appropriate for each type of steel grade. Therefore, a rigorous and thorough grade selection is necessary.
Below is a list of the grades of Stainless Steel that Advance Grinding offers.
Stainless Steel Bar Grades in Stock
|303 Round Bar||Austenitic||Cold only/ non-magnetic||a good machinable austenitic with its additional sulphur content. less corrosion resistant than 303 and 316||nuts, bolts, gears, etc.|
|304 Round Bar||Austenitic||Cold only/ non-magnetic||more suitable for complex forms than 301||kitchen appliances & sinks, truck trailers, architectural paneling, food processing equipment – milk brewing, wine making, beer brewing|
|316 Round Bar||Austenitic||Cold only/ non-magnetic||most expensive austenitic, has better corrosion resistance with its additional molybdenum content||pharmaceuticals, food preparation, architectural, marine applications, chemical containers, medical implants|
|316/316L||Austenitic||Cold only/ non-magnetic||extra low carbon grade of 316||marine applications, stainless steel watches, reactor pressure vessels, water reactors|
|321||Austenitic||Cold only/ non-magnetic||has higher stress and creep rupture properties than 304||boiler and pressure vessels|
|347||Austenitic||Cold only/ non-magnetic||has good creep strength and oxidation resistance, but low-temperature toughness||food processing, waste heat recovery, chemical processing, petroleum refining, pharmaceutical production|
|410||Martensitic||Thermal hardening/ magnetic||low cost, most widely used stainless martensitic steel, softer and more machinable than 416 or 420||nuts, screws, bolts, car parts, bushings, industrial products|
|420||Martensitic||Thermal hardening/ magnetic||high carbon version and harder than 410||cutlery and knife blades, surgical instruments, medium quality tools|
|430||Ferritic||Thermal hardening/ magnetic||decorative, has good formability but reduced corrosion and temperature resistance||automotive trim|
|440C||Ferritic||Thermal hardening/ magnetic||has greater amount of carbon, has the toughest strength in 440 variants||knife making|
|440F||Ferritic||Thermal hardening/ magnetic||free machining variant has high carbon content||areas requiring non-galling, non-seizing, and high hardness values|
|446||Ferritic||Elevated Temperature||most oxidation resistant||boiler parts, burners, injector nozzles, thermocouple protectors, flame rods, glass bonding parts|