The Stainless Steel J 204 Cu Coils are modified versions of austenitic stainless steel. They are used for both general and industrial purposes. These SS J 204 Cu Coils are available in various forms in the market. The variety available with us is Stainless Steel J 204 Cu Strip Coils, Stainless Steel J 204 Foil Coils, and Stainless Steel J 204 Cu Ribbon Wire Coils.
The Stainless Steel J 204 Cu Coils are an amalgamation of the elements of chromium, magnesium, and a small amount of nitrogen. The SS J 204 Cu Coils have a unique chemical composition that differs from that of the other stainless steel grades as they include an addition to their combination, Copper (Cu). Hence, these SS J 204 Cu Coils are copper-induced austenitic alloys of stainless steel. Though we do not include a larger amount of copper in the mixture, the copper concentration is relatively higher in the SS J 204 Cu grade than the other stainless steel grades that contain copper. This is because the SS J 20 Cu Coils have to especially serve the purposes of the copper element. Hence, copper serves the SS J 204 Cu Coils with good forming properties in comparison to the stainless steel grades 201 and 304. These copper coils cannot be hardened by any heat treatment. However, they can be minimized after the cold working.
Accurate Metals & Alloys is one of the leading companies in iron and steel. We manufacture, export, and stock one of the supreme qualities of Stainless Steel J 204 Cu Coils globally.
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We manufacture and deliver or stock these Stainless Steel J 204 Cu Coils in several finishes, as the look of the coils is truly important to us. Thus, the final touches for the coils that we provide are the BA. 2D, 2B, NO.8. NO.4, NO.3, NO.1, bead blast, satin, mirror, matte, brushed, heat colored, surface, reflective, and electro-polished finishes.
The Stainless Steel J 204 Cu Coils are fabricated into machined and stamped appliances that comprise kitchen equipment, food processing factory units, hinge pins, and baskets. They are also used to manufacture fasteners that are required in a condition of higher strength and non-magnetic settlement.