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Stainless Steel 304H Channels are stainless steel composed mainly of iron, chromium and nickel. The alloy has been designed to include a higher carbon content than its predecessor, Stainless Steel 304, making it more robust and corrosion-resistant due to the increased hardness. This makes it suitable for high-temperature applications and its specified resistance to stress corrosion cracking. Several other elements present in much smaller quantities improve their properties, such as niobium and molybdenum. SS 304H Channels are, therefore, economical solutions for many types of industrial and domestic needs.

304H stainless steel channels offer a wide array of benefits to many industries. First, due to its high chromium, nickel, and carbon content, this type of stainless steel has superior corrosion resistance even when exposed to saline or acidic environments. Additionally, it is resistant to oxidation, which means it can withstand higher temperatures without oxidizing or rusting. This makes it an ideal fit for structural applications and as a material in frameworks where parts of the structure move and come into contact with other components or air. Moreover, 304H stainless steel channels have excellent mechanical properties, such as having high strength, impact toughness, and good formability. All these properties make the 304H stainless steel channel highly versatile for many different purposes, such as architectural framing, transportation equipment framing and architecture designs.

FAQ's for Stainless Steel 304H Channels

It Varies, But Generally It Is Around INR 350/Kg To INR 400/Kg

Stainless steel 304H channels are not magnetic. While all grades of stainless steel are non-magnetic in the annealed condition, some grades like 304 can become slightly magnetic when cold work or tempers are applied. However, 304H remains non-magnetic even after welding, so it is a great choice for applications that require resistance to magnetism.

Surgical grade stainless steel 304H channels provide corrosion resistance and durability, making them the ideal choice for a variety of applications. With an increased carbon content, 304H is perfect for high-temperature environments up to 870°C, where regular 304 may start to suffer from premature failure due to its low carbon content. This makes stainless steel 304H channels ideal for use in furnace parts, chemical processes and petrochemical industries. The added molybdenum in these channels also increases their resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion, making them an even more reliable choice.

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