Stainless Steel Angle

Stainless steel angles are L-shaped, right-angled bars made from stainless steel. They are available in various sizes, thicknesses, and grades, and can have equal or unequal leg lengths. The angles are typically produced by hot rolling or cold forming processes, which impact their surface finish and mechanical properties.

Chemistry Typical:

The chemical composition of stainless steel angles depends on the grade. Common grades include:

  • Austenitic Stainless Steels (e.g., 304, 316):

    • Iron (Fe): Balance
    • Chromium (Cr): 16-18% (304), 16-18% (316)
    • Nickel (Ni): 8-10.5% (304), 10-14% (316)
    • Manganese (Mn): Up to 2%
    • Silicon (Si): Up to 1%
    • Carbon (C): 0.08% max (304), 0.08% max (316)
    • Molybdenum (Mo) (in 316): 2-3%
  • Martensitic Stainless Steels (e.g., 410, 420):

    • Iron (Fe): Balance
    • Chromium (Cr): 12-14%
    • Carbon (C): 0.15% max (410), 0.15% max (420)
    • Manganese (Mn): Up to 1%
    • Silicon (Si): Up to 1%
  • Duplex Stainless Steels (e.g., 2205):

    • Iron (Fe): Balance
    • Chromium (Cr): 22-23%
    • Nickel (Ni): 4.5-6.5%
    • Molybdenum (Mo): 3-3.5%
    • Manganese (Mn): Up to 2%
    • Silicon (Si): Up to 1%

Physical Properties:

The physical properties of stainless steel angles vary by grade but generally include:

  • Density: Approximately 7.8 g/cm³
  • Tensile Strength:
    • Austenitic: 520-750 MPa
    • Martensitic: 600-750 MPa
    • Duplex: 620-880 MPa
  • Yield Strength:
    • Austenitic: 210-450 MPa
    • Martensitic: 240-400 MPa
    • Duplex: 450-600 MPa
  • Elongation:
    • Austenitic: 40-60%
    • Martensitic: 15-30%
    • Duplex: 20-30%
  • Hardness:
    • Varies by grade and condition (e.g., annealed, hardened)
  • Corrosion Resistance: Excellent, especially in austenitic and duplex grades
  • Thermal Conductivity: Lower than carbon steel
  • Magnetic Properties: Non-magnetic (austenitic), magnetic (martensitic and some duplex)


Stainless steel angles are produced according to various international standards, including:

  • ASTM A276: Standard specification for stainless steel bars and shapes.
  • ASTM A484/A484M: Standard specification for general requirements for stainless steel bars, billets, and forgings.
  • ASTM A240/A240M: Standard specification for chromium and chromium-nickel stainless steel plate, sheet, and strip for pressure vessels and for general applications.
  • EN 10088-3: European standard for stainless steels.


Key features of stainless steel angles include:

  • Corrosion Resistance: High resistance to rust and corrosion, making them suitable for harsh environments.
  • Strength and Durability: High tensile and yield strength ensures structural integrity and long service life.
  • Versatility: Suitable for a wide range of applications across various industries.
  • Aesthetic Appeal: Attractive appearance with a variety of surface finishes.
  • Workability: Good formability and machinability, allowing for complex shapes and structures.
  • Heat Resistance: Excellent performance at high temperatures, particularly in grades like 304, 316, and 410.
  • Hygiene: Easy to clean and maintain, ideal for food, beverage, and medical applications.
  • Low Maintenance: Requires minimal upkeep due to its corrosion resistance and durability.
  • Recyclability: Environmentally friendly, as stainless steel can be fully recycled.
  • Magnetic Properties: Varies by grade, with non-magnetic properties in austenitic grades and magnetic properties in martensitic and some duplex grades.


Stainless steel angles are versatile structural elements used across various industries due to their strength, durability, and corrosion resistance. Common applications include:

  1. Construction:
    • Structural supports and frameworks
    • Bracing for buildings and bridges
    • Reinforcement for concrete structures
  2. Industrial:
    • Support structures for machinery
    • Frame construction for industrial equipment
    • Structural components in chemical plants and refineries
  3. Marine:
    • Structural elements in shipbuilding
    • Offshore platforms
    • Dock construction and repair
  4. Automotive and Aerospace:
    • Frameworks and supports in vehicles
    • Structural components in aircraft
  5. Food and Beverage:
    • Equipment supports in processing plants
    • Structural components in clean environments
  6. Decorative and Architectural:
    • Handrails and balustrades
    • Decorative structural elements
    • Furniture and fixtures
  7. Infrastructure:
    • Utility pole support structures
    • Guardrails and safety barriers
    • Transmission tower components

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