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O’Neal Steel supplies a full range of stainless steel profiles, including angle, channel, bar, plate, sheet, tubing, pipe, and expanded metal. With combined high strength, hardness, workability, and formability, stainless steel is one of the most popular steel alloys and used in applications throughout the industry. It also has high corrosion resistance and smooth surface finish. The material is low cost and 100% recoverable and recyclable.
Stainless steel angle is well suited for structural applications that require strength and excellent corrosion resistance. It has a dull gray, mill finish and is used in all types of fabrication projects exposed to corrosive environments, such as acidic, chemical, fresh and saltwater environments.
Stainless Steel Angle 304/304L: 304/304L stainless steel is the most versatile and most used of all the stainless steel grades. These angles offer high corrosion resistance, high strength, temperature resistance, and a smooth surface that is easy to clean and can withstand repeated sanitizing and sterilization. It is easy to machine, stamp, fabricate, and weld to exact tolerances. It is a high performance, low cost material. 304/304L stainless steel angle is used as structural support for tanks, enclosures, cabinets, and bulkheads. It can also be used for braces and framework in marine, tank, chemical, petrochemical, and food processing industries.
Stainless Steel Angle 316/316L: 316/316: stainless steel provides better resistance to chloride containing media, saltwater, and acidic chemical environments, such as sulfuric acid compounds. These angles maintain the high strength, toughness, and workability properties of 304. 316/316L stainless steel angle is used as structural supports, braces and framework for tanks, enclosures, and cabinets. It can also be used in housings and tanks in marine, saltwater, waste treatment, and chemical applications.
Stainless steel channel can be extruded, hot rolled, or laser fused. Stainless steel channels have a dull gray, mill finish. It is used for applications that require the high strength, toughness, corrosion resistance, and easy sanitizing properties of stainless steel. These include raceways, supports, braces, and frames for machinery equipment, and housings in corrosive environments.
Stainless Steel Channel 304/304L: 304/304L stainless steel channel is used for structural support products in a wide range of industries. These types of sheets are low cost, effective materials that are easy to machine and weld to exact tolerances. 304/304L stainless steel channels are used for raceways, braces, frames to support equipment, machines, tanks, enclosures, and housings.
Stainless steel bar is well suited for structural applications where strength, toughness, and excellent corrosion resistance is required. O’Neal Steel carries a full line of flat bars and rounds in stainless steel. In addition, it can provide high temperature resistance. It is easy to fabricate, machine, stamp, and weld. Stainless steel bar can have a dull gray finish or smooth machined finish. It is used in applications throughout industries that are exposed to saltwater, chemical, acidic, or extreme temperatures.
Stainless steel plate is used to manufacture products in a variety of industries where extreme conditions may exist, such as marine, oil and gas, chemical processing, power generation, food processing, wastewater, and other applications. An extremely versatile material, it exhibits high strength, toughness, temperature and corrosion resistance.
Stainless Steel Plate 304/304L: 304/304L plate is a low cost, versatile product that is used for applications that require high strength, toughness, corrosion resistance, and workability. It is often used for storage, pressure and processing tanks, pipe and tubing, enclosures, cabinets, and housings for all industries.
Stainless Steel Plate 316/316L: 316/316L stainless steel plate provides more effective corrosion and pitting protection than 304 stainless steel but exhibits the same strength, toughness, and workability. It is used to manufacture products for applications that are exposed to saltwater, acids, petrochemicals, and high heat. It is often used for tanks, supports and frames, enclosures and housings, engines, motors, and machinery components and parts.
Stainless steel sheet is one of the most commonly used forms of stainless steel and is used to manufacture parts and products for a wide range of applications. These include stamped and machined products ranging from fasteners and fittings to sinks and drains. It is used in all industries, especially corrosive and high heat environments, such as chemical, petrochemical, food processing, fresh and saltwater marine, engines, and motors.
Stainless Steel Sheet 304/304L: 304/304L stainless steel sheet is used to manufacture stamped and machines parts for products in corrosive and high heat applications. Stainless steel sheet exhibits high corrosion resistance, high strength, and temperature resistance. 304/304L stainless steel sheet is the most versatile and is used for by the food service, medical device, chemical, petrochemical, marine, and power transmission industries.
Stainless Steel Sheet 316/316L: 316/316L stainless steel sheet exhibits high strength, toughness, and high temperature resistance. It is used in applications that require resistance to saltwater, acid, and other highly corrosive materials. 316/316L stainless steel sheet is used by the chemical, petrochemical, marine, and power transmission industries to manufacture stamped and machine parts and components.
Stainless steel tubing exhibits high corrosion resistance, high strength, and toughness. It also has high temperature resistance and is easily machined and welded. It can have a dull gray, mill finish or 180 grit polish finish. Often, it is used in fabrication projects that are exposed to more corrosive environments, such as acids, chemical, petrochemical, and fresh and saltwater environments. Stainless steel tube is also used extensively in architectural applications.
Stainless steel pipe is used for structural and piping applications that require the properties that stainless steel delivers—high strength, toughness, and excellent corrosion resistance. These pipes have a dull gray, mill finish. Seamless stainless pipe is used for applications that require internal pressure within the pipe, such as processing equipment, water treatment, and marine applications. Welded steel pipe is used for structural applications that are exposed to corrosive environments, such as marine and external applications, including handrails, poles, and support piping.
Stainless steel expanded metal is a metal sheet that has been simultaneously slit and stretched into a rigid, non-raveling mesh with diamond shape openings. Because of its favorable strength-to-weight ratio, expanded metal has hundreds of uses—from air filters to patio furniture to walkways.