Inox 302 308 Stainless Steel Sheet

Types 302 (S30200), 304(S30400), 304L (S30403), and 305 (S30500) stainless steels are variations of the 18 percent chromium - 8 percent nickel austenitic alloy, the most familiar and most frequently used alloy in the stainless steel family. Each alloy represents an excellent combination of corrosion resistance and fabricability.

Type 302 (UNS S30200) in Coil Form. Description. Type 302 is an austenitic chromium-nickel stainless steel that is available in the annealed and cold worked conditions. Type 302 is a higher carbon, earlier version of Type 304 stainless steel, and many 302 applications have switched to Type 304 with the improvements in melting technology.

302 Stainless Steel, UNS S30200 Shaped, Flat, Square, Round, Fine Wire, Plated and Bare Wire AMS 5515, AMS 5516, AMS 5903 (1/4 Hard), AMS 5906 (full hard) 302 Alloy Description Alloy 302 is an austenitic stainless steel which has better corrosion resistance than alloy 301. With it's higher nickel

Type 302 / 304 is the basic (18-8) type stainless. It work hardens faster than Type 301, but offers better corrosion resistance.Some welding applications may benefit from Type 304L, a lower carbon version of 304.Type 302 / 304 is used in many applications including laser welded tubing, bellows, laser and chemical etching, medical, food and tool wrap applications.

Stainless steel alloys resist corrosion, maintain their strength at high temperatures and are easy to maintain. They most commonly include chromium, nickel and molybdenum. Stainless steel alloys are used predominantly in the automotive, aerospace and construction industries. 302 Stainless Steel: Austenitic, non-magnetic, extremely tough and ductile, 302 Stainless Steel is one of the more ...

Grade 302 Grade 302 stainless steel is an alloy that, in addition to containing similar quantities of chromium and nickel to grade 304 (18% and 8% respectively), also contains higher carbon levels. Often sold in strip and wire forms, grade 302 stainless steel is primarily used by the manufacturers of conical compression springs.