- Company Brief
Established in the year of 1984, we “Salem Stainless Steel Suppliers Private Limited” are the leading, Wholesaler, Dealer of an extensive array of Stainless Steel Plates, Stainless Steel Coils, Stainless Steel Sheets, Stainless Steel Rods etc. We direct all our activities to cater the expectations of customers by providing them excellent quality products as per their gratifications. Moreover, we follow moral business policies and crystal pure transparency in all our transactions to keep healthy relations with the customers.
For our accomplishment story, we are grateful to our owner Rajesh Jain, whose continual backing and direction have been useful to us for attaining exponential development in the current market.
|Nature of Business||Exporter and Authorized Wholesale Dealer|
|Company CEO||Rajesh Jain|
|Registered Address||89/91, 1st Floor, Room No. 111, Near Reliance Hospital,Durga Devi Street, Mumbai- 400004, Maharashtra, India|
|Total Number of Employees||51 to 100 People|
|Year of Establishment||1984|
|Legal Status of Firm||Limited Company (Ltd./Pvt.Ltd.)|
|Annual Turnover||Rs. 500 - 1000 Crore|
|Top Export Countries|
|Import Export Code (IEC)||04940*****|
Packaging/Payment and Shipment Details
|Shipment Mode||By Road|
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Following are the factors that have contributed in our success:
- Timely delivery
- Quality-proven range
- Wide distribution network
- Vast industrial experience
Products We Offer
Ferritic Stainless Steel
- These are plain chromium (10.50 to 18%) grades such as grade 430 and 409. Their moderate corrosion resistance and poor fabrication properties are improved in the higher alloyed grades such as grades 434 and 444.
Martensitic Stainless Steel
- Martensitic Stainless Steel are also based on the addition of chromium as the major alloying element but with a higher carbon and generally lower chromium content (e.g. 12% in grade 410 and 416) than the ferritic types; grade 431 has a chromium content of about 16% but the microstructure is still martensite despite this high chromium level because this grade also contains 2% nickel.
Austenitic Stainless Steel
- This group contains at least 16% chromium and 16% nickel (the basic grade 304 is referred to as 18/ 8) and range through to the high alloy or "super austenitic" such as 904L and 6% molybdenum grades.
- Additional elements such as molybdenum, titanium or copper can be added to modify or improve their properties, making them suitable for many critical application involving high temperature as well as corrosion resistance. This group of steels is also suitable for cryogenic applications because the effect of the nickel content in making the steel austenitic avoids the problems of brittleness at low temperatures, which is a characteristic of other types of steel.
Duplex Stainless Steels
- Duplex Stainless Steels such as 2304 and 2205 (these designations indicate compositions of 23% chromium, 4% nickel and 22% chromium, 5% nickel but both grades contain further minor alloyed additions) have microstructures comprising a mixture of austenitc of austenitc and ferrite. Duplex ferritic-austenitic steels combine some of the features of each class: they are resistant to stress corrosion and cracking, albeit not quite as resistant as the ferritic steels; their toughness is superior to that of the ferritic steels but inferior to that of the austenitic steels, and their strength is greater than that of the (annealed) austenitic steels, by a factor of about two. In addition the duplex steels have general corrosion resistances equal to or better than 304 and 316, and in general their pitting corrosion resistances are superior to 316. They suffer reduced toughness below about-50ºC and after exposure above 300ºC, so are used only between these temperatures.