Hot Rolled Astm A240 Type 304 0.5mm Ss 409 420 Coil

Hot Rolled Astm A240 0.5mm Ss 409 420 J1 J2 Sus304 304l 310s 321 201 202 904l 2205 2507 Polished Color Stainless Steel Coil

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Hot Rolled Astm A240 Type 304 0.5mm Ss 409 420 Coil

Hot Rolled Astm A240 0.5mm Ss 409 420 J1 J2 Sus304 304l 310s 321 201 202 904l 2205 2507 Polished Color Stainless Steel Coil

 

Astm A240 Type 304 Steel Coil

Type 304 steel is one of the most popular types of steel for use in a variety of industries. It’s strong and resistant to corrosion, which makes it a popular choice for industrial applications. In this blog post, we will explore why type 304 steel is such a popular choice and how to properly weld it. We will also discuss some common weld mistakes and how to avoid them. By following these tips, you can ensure that your welds are strong and resistant to corrosion.

What is ASTM A240 Type 304 Steel Coil?

ASTM A240 Type 304 steel coil is a kind of hot rolled coils that mainly used in the automotive, construction and engineering industries. This coil has good properties such as resistance to corrosion, ductility, strength and toughness. ASTM A240 Type 304 steel coil can also be used for other industrial applications such as gas and oil pipelines, storage tanks, boilers and water heaters.

Types of ASTM A240 Type 304 Steel Coil

There are three basic types of ASTM A240 Type 304 steel coils: cold drawn, hot rolled and normalized. Each has its own unique properties that can be advantageous in certain applications.

Cold Drawn Steel Coils: Cold drawn steel coils are created by drawing the metal through a die or mandrel. This process creates a coil with more ridges and valleys than a hot rolled coil, which makes it stronger but also slower to work with. These coils are ideal for applications where strength is not the main concern, like wire mesh.

Hot Rolled Steel Coils: Hot rolled coils are created by rolling heated steel sheets into a rope-like shape. This process creates a coil with fewer ridges and valleys, making it faster to work with but less strong than cold drawn coils. They’re typically used for applications where strength is paramount, like structural components.

Normalized Steel Coils: Normalized steel coils are created by stretching the metal sheet until it reaches its elastic limit. Once reached, the metal is then cut into individual coils. This process creates a coil with even thicknesses throughout, which makes it stronger overall than either hot rolled or cold drawn coils. It’s typically used for applications where both strength and consistency are important, like railroad tracks

 

Product Description

Product Name

Hot Rolled Astm A240 0.5mm  SS 409 420 J1 J2 SUS304 304L 310S 321 201 202 904L 2205 2507 Polished Color Stainless Steel Coil

Length

as required

Width

3mm-2500mm or as required

Thickness

0.03mm-300mm or as required

Standard

AISI,ASTM,DIN,JIS,GB,JIS,SUS,EN,etc

Technique

Hot rolled / cold rolled

Surface Treatment

2B or according to customer requirement

Thickness Tolerance

±0.01mm

Material

201, 202, 301, 302, 303, 304, 304L, 304H, 310S, 316, 316L, 317L, 321,310S 309S, 410, 410S,420, 430, 431, 440A,904L

Application

It is widely used in high temperature applications, medical devices, building materials, chemistry, food industry, agriculture, ship components.
It also applies to food, beverage packaging, kitchen supplies, trains, aircraft, conveyor belts, vehicles, bolts, nuts, springs, and screen.

MOQ

1 ton , We can accept sample order.

Shipment Time

Within 3-5 workdays after receiving deposit or L/C

Export Packing

Waterproof paper, and steel strip packed.
Standard Export Seaworthy Package.Suit for all kinds of transport,or as required

Capacity

250,000 tons/year

 

Product Diaplay

Hot Rolled Astm A240 0.5mm SS 409 420 J1 J2 SUS304 304L 310S 321 201 202 904L 2205 2507 Polished Color Stainless Steel Coil

Typical application Most use requirements are to maintain the original appearance of the building for a long time. In determining the type of stainless steel to be selected, the main consideration is the required aesthetic standards,the corrosion of the atmosphere and the cleaning system to be used. Increasingly, however, other applications simply seek structural integrity or impermeability. For example, the roofs and side walls of industrial buildings.
In these applications, the owner’s cost of construction may be more important than aesthetics,so the surface is clean or not is not so important .
304 stainless steel works well in dry indoor environments. However, in rural and urban areas, frequent cleaning is needed to maintain its appearance outdoors. In heavily polluted industrial and coastal areas, the surface can become very dirty and even rust. But to achieve the aesthetic effect in the outdoor environment, it is necessary to use nickel stainless steel.
Therefore, 304 stainless steel is widely used in curtain walls, side walls, roofs and other building purposes, but in the corrosive industrial or Marine atmosphere, 316 stainless steel is the best.
 

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Applications of ASTM A240 Type 304 Steel Coil

The ASTM A240 type 304 steel coil is widely used in chemical, petrochemical, aerospace and other industries. The high strength and good toughness of the steel makes it a good choice for applications that involve high temperature or exposure to chemicals.

Properties of ASTM A240 Type 304 Steel Coil

ASTM A240 Type 304 steel coil is a high-strength, low-alloy Costinell-Norman (C-N) steel with a minimum yield strength of 70 ksi. It has excellent corrosion resistance and good weldability. This type of steel is often used in applications where a high strength and low weight are required, such as pipe, beams, and construction components.

Testing and Quality Control of ASTM A240 Type 304 Steel Coil

Testing and quality control of ASTM A240 Type 304 steel coil are essential to ensure that the product meets the customer’s expectations. The appropriate testing methods must be used to identify any potential problems with the coil prior to production. There are a variety of tests that can be used, depending on the nature and severity of the issue.

One common test is an impact test. This test is used to evaluate how well the coil withstands a sudden impact. Damage caused by this test can indicate potential structural issues with the coil. Another common test is a fatigue test. This test is used to evaluate how long the coil can withstand repeated loading. Damage caused by this test can indicate potential weakness in the steel structure of the coil.