Amigo Impex takes pride in being one of the leading suppliers of stainless steel 304 bars & rods. We serve a large group of clients with our quality products. We offer bars in various sizes and dimensions.
These rods comprise considerable content of chromium and nickel in it. Stainless steel 304 bars & Rods have a lower amount of carbon content in it. It is commonly used in making cooking pans and other cooking tools. These alloys are the most versatile and widely used in this family of alloys. These rods have excellent resistance to all kinds of corrosion. Therefore, fabrication and formability applications become easier and more convenient. These rods and bars are easy to weld.
It offers stable resistance to oxidizing environments. And this happens due to the availability of chromium in it. Due to the nickel content in the bars, these offer high-level resistance to most of the aggressive organic acids. These have lower corrosion rates as compared to others in its category. These rods are preferred when the environment is prone to inter granular corrosion.
Stainless steel 304 bars & rods are extremely resistant to carbide precipitation. In an application, one can easily heat these in high-temperature ranges. With this variety of rods post welding annealing is not necessary. To go with that these offer excellent welding characteristics. It is easy to hot form but you have to maintain temperature well above 2000 F. The use of chip breakers is advisable to carry out relevant applications successfully.
Stainless steel 304 rods and bars are common in use in a wide variety of home and commercial applications. Some of the most prominent applications are in food processing equipment, beer brewing, and milk processing and winemaking in particular. With that kitchen bench, equipment sinks, and appliances also make good use of these sheets. Even architectural trim and molding use bars of this alloy. It is commonly used in automotive and aerospace structural use and as a construction material in large buildings. Many industries make use of these in heat exchangers and chemical containers. The dyeing industry is one of the most prominent users of these bars and rods.