You can count on our experience in stainless steel.
The austenitic iron-chromium-nickel grades represent 80% of the world market for stainless steel.
Ferritic stainless steels are characterized by their structure, which remains fully ferritic at all temperatures.
The characteristic of this type of stainless steel is the very low interstitial level [(carbon+nitrogen) < 0.015%].
The martensitic structure obtained in these alloys after quenching gives them high yield and tensile strength and high hardness.
Heat resisting austenitic
Heat-resistant alloys are used at higher temperatures (above 670 °C) under load in specific gas environments.
We provide a variety of special finishes.