Learn about the classification of stainless steel sheets

What are the classifications of stainless steel sheets? Today I will give you the answers one by one. Stainless steel plates are classified according to different standards: according to thickness: can be divided into thin plates (0.2mm-4mm), medium plates (4mm-20mm), thick plates (20mm-60mm), extra-thick plates (60-115mm) ). According to the production method, it can be divided into hot-rolled steel sheets (steel sheets heated and formed by a heating furnace) and cold-rolled steel sheets (steel sheets produced by cold rolling processes).

According to the classification, it can be divided into bridge steel plate, boiler steel plate, shipbuilding steel plate, armor steel plate, car steel plate, roofing steel plate, structural steel plate, electrical steel plate (silicon steel sheet), spring steel plate, solar panel (Hairui Special Steel). According to the arrangement and classification of steel, it can be divided into austenitic types (200 series, 300 series stainless steel).

Austenitic-ferritic type (both the characteristics of austenitic and ferritic stainless steel), ferritic type (409, 430, 434 series stainless steel), martensitic type (403, 410, 414, 416,). According to the classification of surface characteristics, it can be divided into silvery-white matt (no need for surface gloss).

Bright as a mirror (building materials, kitchen utensils), coarse grinding/intermediate grinding/fine grinding/very fine grinding (building materials, kitchen utensils), hairline grinding (buildings, building materials), close to mirroring grinding (art use, decoration used), mirror grinding (reflector, decorative).

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