What Is Stainless Steel Sheet ?
A stainless steel sheet is a type of sheet metal made from an alloy of steel and chromium. Stainless steel sheets are normally classified into hot and cold- rolled types, mainly including 200, 300, 400 series alloys. 200 Series has low nickel; 300 series contains chromium and nickel as their major alloying additions; 400 Series is formed by ferritic and martensitic stainless steel. Type 200/300/400 series alloys available in sheets at Grand Metal include 201, 202,304, 316, 309,301,321,410,420,430.
What Is 2B Finish ？
2B finish, also commonly referred to as a “mill finish” describes the unpolished cold rolled material as it is obtained from the producing mill. It may sometimes exhibit a slight luster from the rolling process, but no reflectivity. This particular finish is most often used where stainless steel is specified but the finish (appearance) is unimportant.
Premium 2B stainless steel is a versatile, anti-rusting and heat resistant steel that maintains numerous applications and makes up 50% of worldwide stainless steel use.
2B stainless steel sheet displays the following properties
Tensile Strength: 74,694 PSI Yield Strength: 70,343
PSI Elongation: 40%
A smooth, reflective cold-rolled annealed and pickled finish produced by imparting a final light cold-rolled pass using polished rolls.