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Stainless Steel Rods

Stainless Steel Rods

Used in a wide variety of industries, from automotive to architectural to medical, stainless steel is highly corrosion resistant. It is available in many grades that provide additional beneficial properties, such as heat and chemical resistance.

Grade 302

Slightly stronger and harder than 304 stainless steel, 302 stainless steel is used in making wire and fasteners as well as in sanitary and industrial applications.

ASTM A581, Unpolished Finish

Grade 303

This stainless steel grade is easier to machine than 304 stainless steel while providing similar strength and corrosion resistance properties. It is not weldable.

ASTM A484 & ASTM A582, Unpolished Finish

ASTM A581, Unpolished Finish

Grade 304

One of the most common stainless steel grades, 304 stainless steel provides a balance of corrosion resistance and strength. It is commonly used to make machine parts, chemical processing equipment, cookwear, and decorative items.

ASTM A182 & ASTM A479, Unpolished Finish

Grade 316

Also called marine grade stainless steel, 316 stainless steel is more corrosion resistant and has a higher yield strength than 304 and 302 stainless steels. It is often used in corrosive environments.

ASTM A182 & ASTM A479, Unpolished Finish

Grade 416

Easily machined, 416 stainless steel is often used to make screws and gears.

ASTM A484 & ASTM A582, Unpolished Finish