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Bulk Wholesale Stainless Steel Bath Bomb Molds for Sale
ITEM NAME: Bulk Wholesale Stainless Steel Bath Bomb Molds for Salee
SIZE: 38mm, 42mm, 51mm, 55mm, 63mm, 76mm, 80mm, 90mm
FINISH: Mirror Polished, Brushed/Matt, Sandblasted, Painted and Plated etc.
MATERIAL: Antirust AISI304/316/201
Applied Technology: Cutting, Welding and Polishing
Tools: welding guns and polishing machines
Package: Customized wooden case, EPE & cushion on the bottom (depending on means of transport). Pallet is included for large and heavy items.
1. Indoor/Outdoor Decoration for garden, school, park, hotel, shopping mall, store, tourism attraction;
2. Handrail Fittings for construction projects;
3. Lampshades/Lamp Covers;
4. Floating Steel Ball.
1. Mirror gazing polished;
4. Rolled polished;
5. Raw surface;
1. Rolling Chrome Finish
2. Standard Polished
3. Matt Finish
4. Drilled-Hole Polished
5. Threaded-Hole Polished
6. Flat Black Painted
|stainless steel hollow/solid ball sphere|
|Grade||C Wt. %||Si Wt. %||Mn Wt. %||P Wt. %||S Wt. %||Cr Wt. %||Mo Wt. %||Ni Wt. %||N Wt. %|
Stainless steel 304
|Diameter||Range from 10mm up to 30mm|
|Thickness||Range from 0.05mm up to 0.1mm|
|Feature||Anti-rust, no magnetic ,corrosion resistant|
|Application||This type of product can be used for bracelet,earring,jewelry|
304 stainless steel has a high resistance to rust. It will withstand corrosion from most oxidizing acids and is often used for kitchen and food applications. However, it is susceptible to corrosion from chloride solutions (notably saline environments with high amounts of sodium chloride). Chloride ions can create localized areas of corrosion, called "pitting," which can spread beneath protective chromium barriers to compromise internal structures. Solutions with as little as 25 ppm of sodium chloride can begin to have a corrosive effect.
304 grade is the most common form of stainless steel used around the world. It contains between 16 and 24 percent chromium and up to 35 percent nickel—as well as small amounts of carbon and manganese. The most common form of 304 stainless steel is 18-8, or 18/8, stainless steel, which contains 18 percent chromium and 8 percent nickel.
Stainless steel is used extensively in the food and beverage industry
Both 304 and 316 stainless steels (as well as other 300-series grades) use nickel to maintain an austenitic composition at lower temperatures. Austenitic steels ensure a versatile balance of strength, workability and corrosion resistance, making them ideal for outdoor architectural and landscape applications. The benefits of stainless steel include a long service life that will retain an attractive, clean finish with low maintenance cost. It also maintains a high value if and when equipment and parts need to be decommissioned.
Reliance Foundry offers a selection of stainless steel bollards that can be mounted for various fixed, removable, fold-down and retractable applications. Our stainless steel products use only 316 grade material for the best performance in almost any North American environment.
Material:stainless steel 201,304,316 or optional
Feature:anti-rust, no magnetic, corrosion resistant
Application: Outdoor and indoor decoration; body-building device; bath-bomb shell; food processing; tableware; lamp cover.
Austenitic steels have austenite as their primary phase (face centered cubic crystal). These are alloys containing chromium and nickel (sometimes manganese and nitrogen), structured around the Type 302 composition of iron, 18% chromium, and 8% nickel. Austenitic steels are not hardenable by heat treatment. The most familiar stainless steel is probably Type 304, sometimes called T304 or simply 304. Type 304 surgical stainless steel is an austenitic steel containing 18-20% chromium and 8-10% nickel.
Ferritic steels have ferrite (body centered cubic crystal) as their main phase. These steels contain iron and chromium, based on the Type 430 composition of 17% chromium. Ferritic steel is less ductile than austenitic steel and is not hardenable by heat treatment.
The characteristic orthorhombic martensite microstructure was first observed by German microscopist Adolf Martens around 1890. Martensitic steels are low carbon steels built around the Type 410 composition of iron, 12% chromium, and 0.12% carbon. They may be tempered and hardened. Martensite gives steel great hardness, but it also reduces its toughness and makes it brittle, so few steels are fully hardened.
There are also other grades of stainless steels, such as precipitation-hardened, duplex, and cast stainless steels. Stainless steel can be produced in a variety of finishes and textures and can be tinted over a broad spectrum of colors.
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