Stainless Steel Rod

A full range of stainless round bar from 1/16″ round thru 26″ in diameter. Nearly all grades of stainless steel are produced in round bar, including 302, 303, 304/L, 304H, 309/S, 310/S, 316/L, 317/L, 321, 321/H, 347, 347H, 410, 416, 420, 440C, 17-4PH, Duplex 2205 and Alloy 20. Heat treated stainless round bars are 17-4PH, conditions H900 (available upon request), H1025, H1150 and Double H1150 and H1150M. Additional heat treated conditions can be produced upon request. In 400 series stainless, we could manufacture 410HT and 416HT, 420.


  • Stainless Steel Rod

Stainless Steel Rod

Diameter of Round Bar

1/16″ to 26″ Dia.

300 Series Stainless Steel Grades

302 – 303 – 304/L – 304/H – 309/S – 310/S – 316/L – 317/L – 321/H – 330 – 347/H

400 Series Stainless Steel Grades

403 – 410 – 410HT – 416 – 416HT – 420 – 440C

Duplex Stainless Steel Grades

Duplex 2205

Precipitation Hardening Grades

17-4PH – 17-4H900 (available upon request) - 17-4H1125 – 17-4H1150 17-7PH

Nickel Alloy Grades

Alloy 20

 

Grade 316 stainless steel has molybdenum-bearing grade making it a fair bit more resilient to corrosive abuse than Grade 304. This is especially noticeable in highly sulfuric, hydrochloric, formic and tartaric environments where pitting usually persists.  316 stainless steel is extremely versatile; not only does it have strong forming and welding characteristics, but it has the ability to fold or roll so it can be easily transformed into a number of applications. Additionally, 316 stainless steel tends to hold up better than 304 in higher temperature environments.

Chemical Composition

Carbon .08%, Manganese 2.00%, Phosphorus .045%, Sulfur .030%, Silicon .75%, Chromium 16-18.00%, Nickel 10.00-14.00%, Molybdenum 2.00-3.00%, Nitrogen-.10%, Iron- Balanced

The 300 series stainless steels are classified as austenitic and are hardenable only by cold working methods. These grades of stainless have approximately 18% to 30% chromium and 6% to 20% nickel as their major alloying additions. This series of stainless steel alloys are known to resist corrosion while maintaining their strength at high temperatures. While the 304 grade is the most widely used alloy of all stainless steels, the 300 series grades are inventoried in stainless steel plate, sheet, bar, pipe, tube and fittings and much more.

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