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Stainless Steel Angle
Buy Stainless Steel Angles at Aluminium Warehouse. We stock two industry recognised grades: 304L and 316L. The most popular, general commercial grade is 304L, which is easy to machine, very good for welding and has good corrosion resistance. If you're looking for better corrosion resistance grade 316L is recommended particularly for boating applications.
Choose our cutting service if you need a shorter length.
What is Stainless Steel Angle?
A steel angle is a common structural shape that finds use in construction and building industries. Typically, a stainless angle comes in an L shape with flat surfaces extending vertically and horizontally.
These two flat surfaces join at a 90° angle to form the L shape of a stainless steel angle iron. The vertical and horizontal extension of a stainless steel angle gives it strength in the two directions.
The sale of a stainless steel angle in the UK is quite flexible in that they can come in different dimensions and grades. Engineers can design the strength distribution of a steel angle based on the need, meaning they’re great for framing structures.
Whether you’re looking to buy a brushed steel angle or polished stainless steel angle iron, they can come in different grades. We offer 304L and 316L steel angles. Other common grades include nickel alloys, brass angles, steel angles, and aluminium angles.
Stainless Steel Angle Applications
The 316 stainless steel angle and 304 grade have applications in different industries, including:
Oil and gas
Stainless Angle Benefits
The benefits of 304L and the 316L stainless steel angle are direct offshoots of the chemical nature of the material. When you partner with AluminiumWarehouse for our stainless steel angle products, you can expect to enjoy the following:
High corrosion resistance
Long term value
Impressive strength-to-weight ratio
What are Anodised Aluminium Angles?
The peculiarity to anodised aluminium angle is the treating process. Manufacturers submerge the material in anodising solution, passing an electric current through the solution.
The process above results in the creation of an aluminium oxide layer above and below the material surface. It’s a situation that increases the surface hardness and corrosion resistance of the resultant anodised aluminium angle.
Depending on the end functionality, a finishing step may be necessary to produce polished anodised aluminium angles. Anodised angles do not peel or chip over time. Hence, they’re great for decorative purposes or use in high-traffic areas.