Selective Strips

Our advanced slitting machines and adepts produce strips into accurate size. Common grades and surface finishes are all available.

Available Specification

Stainless Steel Coil Strip
TechniqueSurface FinishGrade SeriesThickness(mm)Width(mm)Application
Main Dimension
10- 600
Hot RolledNo.1 / 2D2012.2-12.0Petro-chemical industry,Tanks Construction material
Cold Rolled2B201/3040.25-3.0
No.4 / Hairline201/3040.22-3.0
Mirror / Linen

Significant Advantage

Enhanced Ductility

Made through hot or cold rolling, stainless steel strips have the edge of increased corrosion resistance, tensile strength and ductility.

Precise Slitting

Machined edges and strictly restricted dimensions are available.

Typical Applications

Chemical & Food Processing

Pipe Industry

Automobile Industries

Stainless Steel Accessories

What Surface Finishes Can Be Processed on Strip?
We can process a variety of surface finishes to give the strip a decorative appeal. In addition, our technologies for surface treatment enable you to customize your ideal texture, smoothness, patterns, and colors.
Desirable Surface Treatments

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stainless steel strip

What is Stainless Steel Strip?

Stainless steel strip is a flat, narrow, and continuous metal coil made from stainless steel. It is produced through a process called cold rolling, where stainless steel sheets or coils are further reduced in thickness to achieve the desired dimensions.

Stainless steel strip typically has a thickness ranging from 0.002 inches (0.05 mm) to 0.2 inches (5 mm) and a width ranging from 0.2 inches (5 mm) to 12 inches (305 mm).

Common Applications of Stainless Steel Coil

Stainless Steel Embossing

Is Stainless Steel Strip Resistant to Corrosion?

Stainless steel strip is highly resistant to corrosion, making it an excellent choice for various applications. The corrosion resistance of stainless steel strip is primarily due to the presence of chromium in its composition. Chromium forms a protective layer on the surface of the steel, known as a passive film or oxide layer. This film acts as a barrier, preventing oxygen and moisture from reaching the underlying metal, thus reducing the risk of corrosion.