Stainless steel, also known as inox steel or simply inox (from the French inoxydable), is a steel alloy of mainly iron, chromium, nickel and carbon. Genuine stainless steel has a minimum chromium content of 11% to 12% and a maximum carbon content of 1.2%. In addition, many stainless steel types contain molybdenum, titanium, manganese, nitrogen and silicon.
We started our stainless steel activities in 1997. We use two plasma cutting machines and one laser cutting machine to cut stainless steel. This gives us a range in terms of thickness of 0.5 mm to 150 mm. We also keep items in this thickness range in stock.
We can also bend, anneal and stamp stainless steel for you.
We of course process stainless steel in separate departments to prevent the materials from coming into contact with each other.
The types that we have in stock are:
Please contact one of our staff members if you have any questions in this regard.