Stainless steel foil is a thin sheet of stainless steel with a thickness of less than 0.15mm (.006 inches). It is made using an industrial process called rolling or hot rolling, which involves passing the metal through rolls to reduce its thickness and make it more malleable and easy to use. The composition of stainless steel foil typically consists of iron, chromium, nickel, and other elements such as molybdenum or titanium for additional strength. Combining these elements allows stainless steel to resist corrosion, wear & tear, pressure, and temperature changes.
Stainless steel foil is a versatile material with many uses in industrial and consumer applications. Its properties make it a great choice for heat treatment, electrical insulation, food processing and hygiene equipment, chemical engineering machinery and other industries where high-temperature or corrosion resistance is needed. Also, it's simple to form into accurate shapes since it can be rolled up quite thin. Furthermore, stainless steel foil is relatively inexpensive due to its abundance in nature – making it an attractive option for businesses looking for cost-effective materials.
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