Stainless Steel 304L

Stainless Steel 304 one of the type of stainless steel Tirupati Exim is one of India’s most prominent exporters of stainless steel products such as foils. Wires, Strips, Coils, sheets, bars, tubes, fittings, Forgings, Plates, designer sheets, instrumentation fittings, VMC components, CNC components, Fabrications, Nuts, Bolts, Washers, and Fasteners are just a few of the items available. We use trimming quality patterns such as stainless steel 304, stainless steel 304L, stainless steel 316, and stainless steel 316L. Our zealous workforce is well-versed in modern techniques and equipment, and we also provide in-house training sessions for new hires to ensure that they meet international standards.



Stainless Steel 304 Sheet & Stainless Steel 304L is available in a variety of thicknesses, specifications, grades, and dimensions. They’re widely used in a variety of industries, and they’re made using cutting-edge technology and high-quality raw materials with cutting-edge properties. Formable and high-strength steels, as well as boron and weather-demanding steels, are all available in cold-rolled steel grades of SS Sheet. At least 10.5 percent chromium must be present in stainless steel. It may have substantially higher chromium levels, as well as additional alloying substances like molybdenum, nickel, titanium, aluminum, copper, nitrogen, phosphorus, or selenium, depending on the grade.


Stainless steels that are commonly used:-


304 and 316 are by far the most prevalent stainless steel grades. The biggest difference is the use of molybdenum, an alloy that improves protection against corrosion dramatically, particularly in salty or solvent situations. Molybdenum is included in 316 stainless steel. 304 stainless steel, on the other hand, does not.

Stainless Steel 304:-

Due to its superior abrasion resistance and value, 304 stainless steel seems to be the most widely used type of stainless steel in the world. It contains between 16 and 24 percent chromium, as well as tiny levels of carbon and manganese, and up to 35 percent nickel.

Stainless Steel 304L:-

“Stainless steel Type 304L is a low-carbon variation of the 304 steel alloy. Because 304L has a reduced carbon concentration, it is less likely to form dangerous or deleterious carbides as a result of welding. In extreme corrosion situations, 304L can be utilized “as welded,” eliminating the need for annealing.”

This grade has slightly lesser mechanical qualities than ordinary 304, however due to its versatility, it is still commonly used. It’s similar to Type 304 stainless steel in that it’s often used in beer and wine production, but it’s also used in chemical containers, mining, and construction. It’s great for usage in metal parts that are exposed to saltwater, such as nuts and bolts.