Our stainless steel semi-finished product covers billets, blooms, slabs, ingots and rebar. Stainless Steel Semis are available in variety of sizes and grade having special chemical analyses with tight tolerances on the elements.
Stainless steel is a steel alloy with increased corrosion resistance compared to carbon/alloy steel. Common alloying ingredients include chromium (usually at least 11%), nickel, or molybdenum. Alloy content often is on the order of 15-30%.
Stainless Steel is produced by melting raw materials (recycled material/scrap) together in an electric arc furnace turning into a liquid feedstock. The next stage is to remove excess carbon by Argon Oxygen Decarburization converter. The tuning process allows fine adjustments to the chemical composition.
After which the molten steel is cast into forms. These forms can be blooms (rectangular shapes), billets (round or square shapes), slabs, rods or tubes.
- LDX 2101
- DX 2304
- EDX 2304
- SDX 2507