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Patta Patti

Patta Patti are flat, thin strips or plates made from various metal alloys that is commonly used in various industries and applications. These strips or plates are typically used for different purposes, such as construction, manufacturing, and fabrication, due to the durability and corrosion-resistant properties of stainless steel.


Here are some common uses and characteristics of Patta Patti:

  1. Construction: Patta Patti are often used in construction for structural components, such as support brackets, beams, and fasteners. The corrosion resistance of stainless steel makes it suitable for outdoor and marine applications.
  2. Fabrication: strips and plates can be easily cut, bent, and shaped, making them suitable for various fabrication processes. They are used to create custom components, machinery parts, and architectural elements.
  3. Automotive: Patta Patti may be used in the automotive industry for applications like exhaust systems, body panels, and decorative trim due to their resistance to rust and corrosion.
  4. Kitchenware: In the kitchenware industry, Patta Patti are used to make utensils, cookware, sinks, and appliances because they are easy to clean and resistant to staining.
  5. Decorative Applications: Patta Patti can be polished and finished to create decorative elements such as handrails, balustrades, and ornamental features in buildings.


Patta Patti comes in various materials, grades, each with specific properties and suitability for different applications. Common stainless steel grades include 304, 316, and 430, among others, with varying levels of corrosion resistance, strength, and heat resistance.

The choice of grade and the dimensions of the Patta Patti will depend on the specific requirements of the project or application.


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