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Are you in need of strong, durable strips of metal? Speciality Metals has just the perfect product for you – 40mm Width x 6mm Thick Flat Bar Stainless Steel Strips of Metal. These strips offer versatility, making them ideal for various purposes, from construction to metal fabrication. But that’s not all; they’re rust-resistant and can withstand harsh weather conditions, chemicals and heat. Plus, the malleable nature of stainless steel makes it easy to bend and shape to your desired form. What’s even better is that the hygienic properties of stainless steel offers ease of maintenance, making it ideal for use in commercial kitchens and hospitals. Get your hands on these strips of metal today and enjoy the benefits that come with them.
Top quality flat bar stainless steel strips of metal supplied straight from Warrington, UK. As the name suggests, stainless steel flat bar is essentially pre-fabricated stainless steel strips.
There are dozens of widths and thicknesses of Stainless Steel Strips available from 20mm x 3mm thick up to 50mm x 6mm thick.
As a leading provider, Speciality Metals is proud to offer a versatile solution in the form of our high-quality stainless steel strips of metal. Measuring 40mm in width and 6mm in thickness, these strips are available in a range of lengths to suit any project. Thanks to their superior durability and resistance to weather, chemicals and heat, our stainless steel strips of metal are ideal for a variety of applications. Their malleable nature further adds to their versatility in use, making them perfect for any project where strength and durability are essential. With hygienic properties that promote cleanliness, these strips of metal are a reliable choice for anyone looking for a dependable, long-lasting solution.
These are the available options from stock:
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 stainless steel sections that compliment our mesh range perfectly.
Over 50,000 customers of Specialty Metals are provided with fast, friendly customer service every year. We’re the place to try when you need metal of any shape and size. We’re based in Warrington, UK.
We pride ourselves on our rapid turnaround and a large range of options.
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Our mission is to be the UK’s go-to supplier for small-quantity metal requests. With an ever-growing range of products, we provide you with high quality materials, outstanding customer service and fast delivery times. Our experienced staff
We also carry a wide range of mild steel sheet metal, angle iron and round tube.
Stainless steel, in general, is not particularly well-known for its electrical conductivity, especially when compared to metals like copper or aluminum. The electrical conductivity of a material is typically measured in Siemens per meter (S/m) or, equivalently, inverse ohm-meters (1/Ωm).
To provide a comparative perspective:
Thus, 304 stainless steel’s conductivity is substantially lower than that of metals like copper and aluminum. This difference is mainly attributed to the presence of a significant amount of chromium in stainless steel, which forms a passive oxide layer on the surface and hampers conductivity.
In applications where electrical conductivity is a priority, metals like copper or aluminum are often preferred. However, stainless steel might be chosen for its other properties, such as its corrosion resistance or mechanical strength, with the trade-off being its lower electrical conductivity.
The weight-bearing capacity of a material in structural applications is largely determined by its mechanical properties, particularly its yield strength and ultimate tensile strength. The shape, thickness and specific use of the material also play crucial roles. Let’s compare the 304 stainless steel flat bars to some other common structural metals based on these mechanical properties:
304 Stainless Steel Flat Bars:
Carbon Steel (e.g., A36 structural steel):
Aluminum (e.g., 6061-T6):
From the strength perspective, 304 stainless steel is competitive with common carbon steels and some aluminum grades, but it’s essential to consider other factors like ductility, workability and most notably, corrosion resistance.
In environments where corrosion resistance is paramount, 304 stainless steel flat bars might be chosen over carbon steel despite any differences in strength. However, for purely weight-bearing applications in a non-corrosive environment, carbon steel might be the more cost-effective choice.
304 Stainless Steel:
316 Stainless Steel:
Brass and Copper:
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