• December 29th 2023

Stainless steel profiles come in various shapes and sizes, each designed for specific applications. Here are 9 types of stainless steel profiles we supply along with their common uses:

Stainless Steel I-Beam (I-Shaped Cross-Section)

Applications: Structural support in construction, bridges, and frameworks where corrosion resistance and strength are crucial.

Stainless Steel H-Beam (H-Shaped Cross-Section)

Applications: Similar to I-beams, H-beams are used for structural support in construction and engineering projects, offering stability and load-bearing capabilities. Stainless Steel in Construction

Stainless Steel Channel (C-Shaped Cross-Section)

Applications: Used as structural components and supports in construction and manufacturing, providing a framework for building structures.

Stainless Steel Angle (L-Shaped Cross-Section)

Applications: Framing and bracing in construction, architectural details, and structural components requiring right-angle connections.

Stainless Steel Flat Bar

Applications: Versatile and commonly used in construction, manufacturing, and decorative applications for base plates, brackets, and structural elements.

Stainless Steel Round Bar

Applications: Axles, shafts, fasteners, and general structural components in machinery, as well as in decorative applications.

Stainless Steel Square Bar

Applications: Used in construction and manufacturing for structural support, braces, and components in machinery, offering strength and stability.

Stainless Steel Tee (T-Shaped Cross-Section)

Applications: Structural supports and brackets in construction and manufacturing, providing stability and reinforcement at right angles.

Stainless Steel U-Channel

Applications: Used in construction and fabrication as a structural component for framing, providing support and stability.

These stainless steel profiles showcase the versatility of stainless steel in different industries, where corrosion resistance, durability, and aesthetic appeal are essential. The choice of a specific profile depends on factors such as the intended use, load requirements, and environmental conditions.