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About Stainless Steel

Stainless steel is made to prevent rust by adding a considerable amount of chromium (usually more than 12%) to iron (Fe), and is regarded as alloy steel with complex components containing a small amount of carbon (C), nickel (Ni), silicon (Si), and manganese (Mo) as needed. The stainless steel made in this way has various characteristics with iron (Fe) for the main component and it is different from ordinary steel. For example, it has very good properties such as beautiful surfaces, rust-resistant, heat-resistant, or strong against external impacts.

However, depending on the content of chromium and other components, there are significant changes in mechanical and heat treatment properties, and there is also a significant difference in the degree of being rusted. Recently, various types of stainless steel with different ingredients and performances have been made for various applications. .