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We are capable of providing stainless steel spheres/balls almost as per your specific requirements. Products include hollow stainless steel spheres (ranging from 6mm to 2500mm in diameter), available for delivery if we have it in stock or delivered within 15 days. Wall thickness of spheres varies from 0.4mm to 3mm. Shaped by water pressure, our products could be mirror polished without any seams noticeable on the surface; meanwhile, welding and then sandblasting spheres is a another way to produce mirror polished spheres also without detectable traces on the spheres. Having been offering services for our customers worldwide, a variety of products also fall under many categories of our products. Staidness steel spheres, hollow or solid, of all sizes are our major products, and brass and bronze balls come along. Hollow reflective stainless steel spheres of enormous sizes are amongst the top sales in our products. Perforated stainless steel spheres or sculptures of 304 or 316 are also our hot products. Not to mention we have done considerable amount of drilled stainless steel balls or spheres with holes of many sizes. Our products are of professional and advanced technology with cost-effective craftsmanship and favorable delivery time.
Stainless steel sculpture packing:
2CM standard wooden crate with metal junction and nails;
Enough wood chunks as support for the inner products;
Three strong strapping packing belts around the wooden crate ;
Thick plastic or soft foam to avoid scratches on the surface of the ball;
Shockproof foam to protect each carved garden ball for decoration.
Robust corrugated carton along with plastic soft shockproof foam to avoid scratches on the surface of the ball.
Different sizes are available.
Grade 304 is the standard "18/8" stainless; it is the most versatile and most widely used stainless steel, available in a wider range of products, forms and finishes than any other. It has excellent forming and welding characteristics. The balanced austenitic structure of Grade 304 enables it to be severely deep drawn without intermediate annealing, which has made this grade dominant in the manufacture of drawn stainless parts such as sinks, hollow-ware and saucepans. For these applications it is common to use special "304DDQ" (Deep Drawing Quality) variants. Grade 304 is readily brake or roll formed into a variety of components for applications in the industrial, architectural, and transportation fields. Grade 304 also has outstanding welding characteristics. Post-weld annealing is not required when welding thin sections.
SAE International, as a standards organization, maintains several alloy numbering systems, one of which, for steel grades, is the SAE steel grades system.
In the 1930s and 1940s the American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) and SAE were both involved in efforts to standardize such a numbering system for steels. These efforts were similar and overlapped significantly. For several decades the systems were united into a joint system designated the AISI/SAE steel grades. In 1995 the AISI turned over future maintenance of the system to SAE because the AISI never wrote any of the specifications.
Today steel quotes and certifications commonly make reference to both SAE and AISI, not always with precise differentiation. For example, in the alloy/grade field, a cert might say "4140", "AISI 4140", or "SAE 4140", and in most light-industrial applications any of the above is accepted as adequate, and considered equivalent, for the job at hand, as long as the specific specification called out by the designer (for example, "4140 bar per ASTM-A108" or "4140 bar per AMS 6349") is certified to on the certificate. The alloy number is simply a general classifier, whereas it is the specification itself that narrows down the steel to a very specific standard.