Stainless steel channel steel is a long strip of steel with a groove-shaped cross-section. Stainless steel channel steel is also divided into two types: ordinary channel steel and light channel steel. The model and specification are also expressed in millimeters of waist height * leg width * waist thickness.
Stainless steel channel steel is usually divided into ordinary channel steel and stainless steel light channel steel.
Hot-rolled stainless steel ordinary channel steel is mainly used in building structures, vehicle manufacturing and other industrial structures, and is often used in conjunction with I-beams.
Hot-rolled stainless steel light channel steel is a kind of steel with wide legs and thin walls. Ordinary hot-rolled channel steel has a good economic effect. Its specifications range from 5-40#, and in 1966, the standard specification range from 10- 40#, mainly used in construction and steel frame structure. Commonly used stainless steel channel steel materials for stainless steel production are: 201, 202, 301, 304, 321, 316, 316L and special materials can generally be customized.
Use national chemical element symbols and national symbols to represent chemical components, and use Arabic letters to represent component content;
For example China, Russia 12CrNi3A
Use fixed digits to represent steel series or numbers;
For example 300 series, 400 series, 200 series
Use Latin letters and sequence to compose the serial number, which only indicates the purpose
Use element symbols
Purpose: Chinese Pinyin For example, open-hearth steel: P; boiling steel: F; killed steel: B; Class A steel: A; T8: special 8 grade.