Often used to construct springs and wire rope, 304 stainless steel is a good all-around choice for a wide range of applications. PTFE-coated wire has a slippery surface, so it's especially useful as a fish wire when navigating through confined spaces.
Stainless spring steels are classified as austenitic stainless steel. Due to their good balance of mechanical properties, they are the most widely used type of steel. They can be used in a variety of environments without being plated to prevent rust.
316 stainless steel springs are low carbon and rust resistant. This makes them particularly well suited to medical, food, and marine applications, though they can be used in any application interchangeably with our regular 302 stainless steel springs.
Stainless steel coil stock is spring-tempered and suitable for use in metalworking applications. Use to create shims, gaskets, washers, wear plates, brackets, and springs. Note: Product availability is real-time basis and adjusted continuously. The product will be reserved for you when you complete your order.
Spring strip steel Spring strip steel in an extensive program of stainless steels, precipitation hardening steels and nickel alloys, available in a wide range of sizes and with or without coating. Call us Email us Spring steel is normally supplied with a bright-rolled surface.
We manufacture springs using several stainless steel grades including 302, 304, 316, and 17-7 PH. 304 stainless steel is an extremely popular grade for our springs because of its good tensile strength, good heat resistance, and high corrosion resistance. Our 304 stainless steel springs are cold drawn and meet ASTM A 313 standards.
Spring Steel Sheets These sheets have a softened temper, which is also known as annealed, so they can be easily formed into shape and then heat treated for spring properties. Stress-Resistant 5160 Alloy Steel 5160 alloy steel handles repeated cycles of stress without breaking just like spring steel.
301 stainless spring steel we produce at Shimfer has standard chromium and nickel content, usually at 17 % Chromium and 7 % Nickel, the end product possesses excellent corrosion resistance properties.
Mead Metals Inc. supplies stainless steel and stainless steel sheet metal in a variety of grades and in a variety of quantities. This allows us to meet the needs of nearly any application. If you're in need of high- or low-volume stainless steel, contact Mead Metals today. Typical Yield for Minimum Lot Charge: 10-12#
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