The 304l is a low-carbon austenitic stainless steel grade. A Stainless Steel 304l Round Bar is a high-strength grade designed with a uniform circular cross-sectional area. These round bars provide support to different applications across harsh environments. The 304L Stainless Steel Round Bar has a superior content of nickel and chromium in their composition, propelling them to have excellent resistance to reducing and corrosive media.
The SS 304L Round Bar works well in elevated temperatures and high-pressure conditions. These bars offer excellent weldability as they resist embrittlement after welding procedures. The 304L Stainless Steel Bar has a density of 8 gm/cm3 with a melting point of 1450 degrees C. These bars have a tensile strength between 500 to 700mpa with a minimum yield strength of 175mpa. They can be easily elongated by 45% and have a hardness of 215 max HB Brinell. A 304L Stainless Steel Rod is a solid metal grade that is designed in straight lengths. These rods have high strength and can be either threaded or welded in place. The ASTM A276 Type 304L Rod is designed in different shapes and can be processed following hot or cold rolling procedures.
The SUS 304L Stainless Steel Flat Bar as the name suggests is flat and designed in a rectangular cross-sectional area. These bars provide stability and are seen in supporting braces in ladders and structural applications. An A479 Grade 304L Square Bar, on the contrary, is designed in a square cross-section. These bars have 4 equal sides and are seen in manufacturing units and general assembly systems. The ASME SA 479 Type 304L Hex Bar is a pressurized vessel grade that is six-sided and has a hexagonal cross-section. These hexagonal bars allow room for repair and movement due to their unique design specification. The SS 304L Bright Bars are aesthetically appealing modules that are scratch-free. These bars are available in different shapes and sizes to meet the requirements of different applications.