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Looking for sturdy and malleable stainless steel angle iron to complete your project? Look no further than the 30mm x 30mm x 3mm 304L Grade Stainless Steel Angle Iron. This 1-metre strip, crafted by Speciality Metals, boasts exceptional versatility and durability, making it the perfect choice for any number of applications. But that’s not all–this top-grade stainless steel angle iron is also hygienic, corrosion-resistant and can withstand harsh weather and chemical exposures without losing its luster. So whether you’re working on a new construction project or simply need to replace some worn-out corner pieces, this stainless steel angle iron is the perfect choice for you!
Our top-quality stainless steel angle iron is cut, packed and shipped by our terrific team in Warrington, UK within 24 hours. We pride ourselves on our speed for orders of all sizes.
In addition to being a very useful fence post, our stainless steel angle bar is also suitable for outdoor or DIY projects. As a result, it offers a solid and durable structure as well as a high degree of recycling, making it a very environmentally friendly choice. We offer this section bar in a variety of sizes and thicknesses.
Angle iron made of stainless steel offers immense strength and durability for those looking for quality metal products. Speciality Metals’ 30mm x 30mm x 3mm 304L grade stainless steel angle iron is a great option for those looking for durable, versatile, and malleable metal. Furthermore, it boasts hygienic properties, making it a popular choice in industries where cleanliness is important. Due to its corrosion-resistant qualities, it can withstand weather, chemicals, and heat, making it perfect for a variety of uses. A 304L grade stainless steel angle iron is an excellent choice for anyone in the construction industry or looking to create a custom fabrication.
We also offer this size angle in mild steel.
We also carry a wide range of mild steel sheet metal, flat bar and round tube.
Mild steel is our most popular metal option.
Speciality Metals is known to be the United Kingdom’s best up-and-coming small-quantity metal company.
Furthermore we stock a vast range of plain sheet plate options that compliment our mesh range perfectly.
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A stainless steel angle bar is a type of metal stock that is extruded or hot/cold rolled to form an angle, typically a 90-degree angle. It is made of stainless steel, a corrosion-resistant alloy of steel containing a minimum of 10.5% chromium. This chromium content creates a protective oxide layer on the surface of the steel, providing resistance to corrosion and making it ideal for a variety of applications. Stainless steel angle bars are available in different grades, each with its own set of properties and suitable applications. They are commonly used in construction, architectural and structural applications to make frames, brackets and supports, as well as in environments where corrosion resistance is crucial, such as in food processing, chemical processing and medical equipment.
Yes, stainless steel angle bars can be welded. However, it is important to use the appropriate welding method and filler material for the grade of stainless steel being used. Additionally, it is recommended to post-weld heat treat the material to restore its corrosion resistance if necessary. For example, austenitic stainless steels, like 304 and 316, can be welded using common welding methods such as TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) and MIG (Metal Inert Gas) welding, but it is important to use a filler material that matches the composition of the base material or has a slightly higher alloy content to prevent carbide precipitation and ensure good corrosion resistance in the weld.
Regular Cleaning: Regularly clean the surface of the stainless steel angle bars to remove any dirt, grease or other contaminants that may accumulate over time. Use mild soap or detergent and warm water. Do not use abrasive cleaners or pads as they can scratch the surface of the stainless steel. For stubborn stains, a mixture of baking soda and water can be used. Always rinse thoroughly with clean water after cleaning and dry the surface with a towel to prevent water spots.
Prevent Contact with Corrosive Substances: Avoid contact with corrosive substances such as chlorine, bleach and salt. If contact does occur, rinse the surface thoroughly with clean water as soon as possible.
Regular Inspection: Regularly inspect the stainless steel angle bars for signs of corrosion or damage. If any localised corrosion or pitting is observed, it should be addressed as soon as possible. This may involve cleaning the affected area and applying a passivation treatment if necessary.
Protective Coating: If the stainless steel angle bars are used in a particularly aggressive environment, it may be necessary to apply a protective coating, such as a clear lacquer or a special stainless steel cleaner and polish that leaves a protective film on the surface.
Avoid Mechanical Damage: Avoid scratching or damaging the surface of the stainless steel as this can provide a site for corrosion to start.
Cutting: Stainless steel angle bars can be cut using various methods such as sawing, plasma cutting, laser cutting or waterjet cutting. The method chosen will depend on the thickness of the angle bar, the required precision and the equipment available. It is important to use sharp, wear-resistant tools to minimise work hardening of the material. Additionally, coolant or lubricant may be used to dissipate heat and reduce friction during cutting.
Bending: Bending stainless steel angle bars requires specialised equipment such as a press brake or a roll bending machine. The force required to bend stainless steel is higher than that required for mild steel due to its higher strength and work-hardening characteristics. It is important to consider the grade of stainless steel, as some grades are more difficult to bend than others. Additionally, the bend radius should be carefully selected to avoid cracking. For austenitic stainless steels, a minimum bend radius of 2 times the material thickness is recommended.
Construction and Architecture: Used for structural support in buildings, bridges and other structures. They are also used for decorative purposes, such as trim and molding.
Industrial Equipment: Used in the manufacturing of various industrial equipment and machinery, such as conveyors, tanks and containers.
Marine Applications: Used in shipbuilding and other marine applications due to its resistance to saltwater and other corrosive environments.
Automotive: Used in the manufacturing of automotive components, such as chassis and frames.
Food Processing: Used in food processing equipment due to its resistance to food acids and other corrosive substances.
Chemical Processing: Used in chemical processing equipment, such as reactors and storage tanks.
Medical Equipment: Used in the manufacturing of medical equipment due to its resistance to corrosive bodily fluids and ease of sterilisation.
Transportation: Used in the transportation industry for the manufacturing of trailers, truck beds and railway components.
Check out our recent article about all things mild steel angle iron for a deeper dive into all things mild steel angle. This is a raw metal which can be painted, welded and machined with ease.
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