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stainless steel

Stainless Steel

There are more than 100 different grades of Stainless Steel available and we stock a comprehensive range in a variety of grades, forms and sizes.

Stainless Steel is a type of alloy that is resistant to rusting and corrosion. It is made of iron, chromium, and nickel, and sometimes other elements like carbon are added to obtain the desired properties.


The chromium in Stainless Steel forms a passive film that can protect the material and self-heal in the presence of oxygen, which makes it resistant to rusting and corrosion.

3CR12 1.4003 Stainless Steel

1.4003 is a utility ferritic Stainless Steel that offers all the benefits of traditional Stainless Steel such as strength, corrosion and abrasion resistance, durability, and low maintenance, but it also provides additional benefits such as good weldability and formability making it capable of fabrication by conventional techniques.


1.4003 does not depend upon expensive alloying elements like Nickel and Molybdenum and therefore has a low-cost advantage compared to other corrosion-resisting materials. It is proven to offer lower life cycle costs than traditional materials where corrosion and abrasion affect service conditions. Due to its numerous benefits, 1.4003 stainless steel can be used in several applications across a wide range of industries. 

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300 Series Stainless Steel

The 300 series stainless steels offer a combination of corrosion resistance, high-temperature performance, versatility, and formability, making them indispensable materials in a wide range of industries and applications.


Whether you need durability in harsh environments, hygienic properties in sanitary applications, or strength at elevated temperatures, there's a 300 series stainless steel grade to meet your needs.

  • 304 - 1.4301

  • 304L - 1.4307

  • 304H - 1.4948

  • 310S - 1.4845

  • 316 - 1.4401

  • 316L - 1.4404

  • 316Ti - 1.4571

  • 321 - 1.4541

  • 321H - 1.4878

  • 347 - 1.4550

  • 347H - 1.4912

400 Series Steel

The 400 series stainless steels are a group of martensitic and ferritic stainless steels renowned for their exceptional strength, hardness, and resistance to wear and corrosion. These alloys are widely utilised in applications requiring robustness, durability, and moderate corrosion resistance.


 410 stainless steel is a martensitic stainless steel known for its high strength and hardness, while 410S stainless steel is a low-carbon ferritic stainless steel with improved weldability and formability. 

  • 410 - 1.4006

  • 410S - 1.4000

6 Moly Steel

Our 6 Moly steel plate, is becoming increasingly sought after in industrial and engineering applications as it provides an excellent balance of strength, corrosion resistance and stability. 6 Moly Stainless Steel has a 6% molybdenum content, which offers superior resistance to corrosion, pitting and crevice corrosion compared to standard austenitic Stainless Steels like 304 and 316.


Stocked in sizes up to 50mm thickness, our most common grade of 6 Moly Steel is UNS S31254 (also known as 254 SMO or by its EN spec 1.4547). Its extended service life and reduced maintenance requirements can result in cost savings over the long term, driving its adoption in critical applications.

Stainless Steel Bar

At Steel Dynamics, we're constantly striving to provide you with the utmost value and convenience. That's why we're excited to introduce you to the array of products and services available across our group of companies, for improved efficiencies and to help streamline your operations. We also have access to a very impressive inventory of Stainless Steel solid rounds bars in a wide range of sizes - all under one roof!


Stainless steel round bars find applications in diverse industries, including construction, automotive, aerospace, oil and gas, pharmaceuticals and manufacturing. They are commonly used in structural components, fasteners, valves, fittings, shafts, bearings and decorative architectural elements.

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Stainless Steel's unique combination of properties, including corrosion resistance, strength, durability and aesthetics, makes it an indispensable material across various industries and applications.


Its versatility and reliability have cemented its status as a cornerstone material in modern engineering and manufacturing.

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