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Stainless Steel Angle

stainless steel grades and applications

From supporting heavyweight loads to withstanding harsh conditions, stainless steel angle is found in the infrastructure and products people use every day. Texas Alloys & Tool supplies this metal alloy in a variety of grades, profiles, sizes, and lengths.  

Why use stainless steel angle? 

Stainless steel angle is an iron-and-chromium alloy with two legs to form a 90-degree angle. It’s ideal for structural and general fabrication applications that require greater strength and elemental resilience. The chromium content forms a robust and invisible corrosion-resisting oxide film on the material’s surface. Performance characteristics vary by grade, but here are common attributes of stainless steel angle. 

  • Corrosion resistance
  • Fire and heat resistance
  • Easy to clean
  • High strength-to-weight ratio
  • Easy to fabricate
  • Exceptional aesthetic value
  • Recyclable

Uses for Stainless Steel Angle

Stainless steel angle is L-shaped, with flat surfaces that extend both horizontally and vertically that meet at a 90-degree angle. The horizontal and vertical extensions offer superior structural rigidity. This makes stainless steel angle perfect for a wide array of applications: 

  • Building construction 
  • Trailer manufacturing
  • Safety cages
  • Walkways
  • Farm equipment

Your Stainless Steel Angle Solutions Provider 

Texas Alloys & Tool carries stainless steel angle in many sizes and shapes, which enables us rapidly and affordably meet client material needs. Whether you require equal or unequal leg dimensions, we can supply the right stainless steel angle for your project. 

Stainless steel equal angle 

With identical angle evenness, it provides excellent strength and is perfect for reinforcing construction projects like buildings, ships, machinery, and automobiles. 

Stainless steel unequal angle 

Stainless steel unequal angle has different side lengths, making it ideal for providing structural support when space is a premium. Typical uses include bridges, warehouses, shelves, cable towers, power towers, communication towers, bed frames, chairs, benches, fencing posts, air conditioner frames.

A Material Grade for Any Situation 

The chemical composition, treatment, and mechanical properties of a material can make or break an application. That’s why Texas Alloys & Tool stocks stainless steel angle in various grades, including 304 stainless steel angle. 

Available Grades
Stainless Steel
303 Stainless Steel Type 303 is a non-magnetic, austenitic stainless steel grade. It’s easy to fabricate and offers outstanding resistance to heat and oxidation when exposed to temperatures up to 760 degrees Celsius. Quote »
304/304L Stainless Steel The most common grade of stainless steel. It can develop high strength by cold working. Its primary benefit is corrosion resistance. Quote »
310 Stainless Steel A low-carbon austenitic stainless steel type. It has superb corrosion resistance and isn’t prone to thermal fatigue or cyclic heating. It exhibits good strength in temperatures up to 2100 degrees Fahrenheit. Quote »
316/316L Stainless Steel A stainless steel grade that features a heightened amount of molybdenum. It offers increased resistance to chloride corrosion. Quote »
Alloy 20 Stainless Steel Also called Carpenter® 20 and Incoloy® 20, this is an austenitic nickel-iron-chromium alloy. Performance characteristics include resistance to corrosion, crevice corrosion, and pitting. Quote »
416 Stainless Steel A highly machinable, low-cost martensitic stainless steel. It offers resistance to freshwater, acids, alkalis, and air. It’s less resistant to corrosion than austenitic steels. Quote »
440 Stainless Steel Type 440 Stainless Steel is a hardenable high-carbon chromium steel. It exhibits good corrosion and abrasion resistance. Quote »
630 Stainless Steel A corrosion-resistant stainless steel grade that’s magnetic and easily weldable. It loses some toughness at higher temperatures. Quote »
17-4 Stainless Steel 17-4 PH, also known as UNS S17400, is a martensitic precipitation-hardening stainless steel. It offers good corrosion resistance and high strength. Quote »

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A project that exceeds expectations and ends on time is better for everyone. Ensure you have the right stainless steel product for your application with Texas Alloys & Tool.  As a leading stainless steel angle supplier, we have the resources to deliver material in the size, shape, and grade you require on time and at a competitive price. 

Contact us for more information about stainless steel angles. 

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