SUS 304, 304L, 316, 316L
Stainless steels are iron alloys with other alloying elements added to enhance its structure and properties such as formability, strength and toughness. Stainless steels can compete with higher cost engineering metals and alloys whilst offering a range of corrosion resisting properties suitable for a wide range of applications.
Aluminium has a high strength to weight ratio and it is used advantageously in applications where high strength and low weight are required. It has an oxide layer which makes it corrosion resistant and on top of that, it is an excellent conductor and reflector of both heat and electricity. Aluminium is also non-toxic, does not release any odours or taint products with which it is in contact, and is highly recyclable. Aluminium is most commonly used in large power transmission lines, packaging sensitive products, light fittings, architectural insulation etc.