Stainless Steel Strips

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Formed through hot or cold rolling, stainless steel strip offers many advantages over conventional steel such as increased corrosion-resistance, tensile strength and ductility, as well as cryogenic toughness. In addition, stainless steel strip offers total recyclability, creating increasing demand amongst environmentally-friendly consumers. Read More…

Stainless Steel Strips Stainless steel strip is a flat-rolled, very thin sheet of stainless steel.

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Sound Beach, NY  |  631-821-1101

We provide the best products in the stainless steel industry. Our customers know they can trust us for quality, affordability, and convenience. Our multiple locations make it easy to get what you need within days! Some orders can be shipped on the same day for extremely fast delivery. Find out how we can help you by contacting us today! We’d love to help you find what you need.

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Source 21, Inc. $$$

Chester, NY  |  845-469-3899

Cada Stainless is a distributor of stainless steel in strip, coil & sheet. All grades of stainless steel available- annealed, tempered in 301,302,304,316, straight and L grades, 17/4, 17/7, 420,430,440, temper rolling to specific thicknesses & tolerances available. We are ISO 9000 certified! With competitive prices & quality service, we can help your company get through these strange market times!

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Cada Stainless & Alloys $$$

Long Island City, NY  |  800-767-9494

Metalmen provides worldwide distribution of all stainless steel. With our wide range of products, we offer expert market advice and complete metalworking as a custom response supplier serving industry. We have been providing engineering and research for over 30 years. Fast delivery of so many on-demand and specialty metals; non-standards and small quantities welcomed!

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Metalmen $$$

Pompton Plains, NJ  |  800-838-1978

When people think of stainless steel they think of us! We strive to achieve 100% customer satisfaction in order to keep them coming back to us for all of their stainless steel needs. Our amazing staff will provide you with excellent care and the fabulous customer service that we are known for. Browse through the products on our website in order to let us know exactly what it is that you need. We will do our best to accommodate whatever product you may need. Contact us today!

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Metal Associates $$$

Streetsboro, OH  |  440-287-0150

Integrity Stainless is a distributor of stainless steel sheets, coil and strip coil. Since 2005, we have been offering cost effective stainless steel solutions for fabricators and manufacturers across the United States. We are committed to providing the ultimate customer service experience. We deal in prime and secondary stainless steel.

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Integrity Stainless $$$
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Stainless steel strip is a common mill form of stainless steel and is typically stocked in three types: heat-treatable, non-heat-treatable and pre-hardened. Stainless steel strip is formed to fit desired applications through processes such as slitting, edging, annealing, shearing, polishing, tempering and additional custom finishing. Most typically made into coil, stainless steel strip can also be made into shapes such as channels, frames, trim and angles.

Some additional applications of stainless steel strip include catalytic converters, building materials, compressor valves, hospital equipment, cutting tools, consumer appliances and electronic enclosures. Stainless steel strip is often used in industries such as telecommunication, medical, aerospace, construction, automotive, electronics, petrochemical and food processing.

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Manufacturing stainless steel strip is a multi-step process. First, the raw materials are melted together in an electric furnace for 8 to 12 hours, until they reach their recrystallization temperature. The molten steel is then cast into semi-finished forms called blooms, billets, slabs, rods and tube rounds. The unfinished shapes then undergo a forming process such as cold rolling, in order to become stainless steel strip.

The cold rolling process is not done at temperatures that are generally considered cold, but at temperatures that are below the recrystallization temperature of the metal. During the cold rolling process, stainless steel strip is pulled between rollers in order to be compressed and squeezed into the desired shape, which for strip is very thin with a length that is many times its width.

Heat-treatable stainless steel can also be hot rolled, which is generally the same process except the process is done at temperatures that are above the recrystallization temperature of the metal. The most common grades used to form stainless steel bars include 304 and 316. The 300 series are types of austenitic stainless steel, meaning that they are useful in mild, harsh and corrosive environments as well as being non-magnetic.

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