Stainless Steel Square Bars
STAINLESS STEEL SQUARE BARS MANUFACTURERS & SUPPLIERS
Stainless Steel Square Bars
We, at Kinnari Steel Corporation, are continuously climbing up the ladder of being one of the leading producers and suppliers of stainless steel square bars. Our fast delivery and maintenance of quality as per ASTM standards, have allowed us to enjoy less than one percent rejection rate. We have the highest stock of the alloy in the country, with distributors in all the five continents. We have also incorporated the non-standard sizes in our stock. If a particular size in not available at Kinnari Corporation, it is unlikely that it will be available with any other supplier in the country.
We prioritize demands in accordance with urgency and pay heed to customer satisfaction. We are known for maintaining the stock of goods, as once material is dispatched, it is immediately replaced by another batch.
We have always lived up to the promise of supplying high quality goods to our clients. This is one of the primary reasons why we have a large market for this alloy too.
Why use stainless steel?
Also known as Inox steel or inox, stainless steel is an alloy of steel, with a minimum of 11% chromium content by mass. It is better than steel in that it does not corrode (or stain) in water, like steel does. It is used where properties of steel and corrosion resistance are required simultaneously. It contains enough amount of chromium, which on reacting with atmospheric oxygen, forms a passive layer of chromium oxide. This layer prevents further diffusion of oxygen, thus preventing corrosion. Further, stainless steels show almost no deflection in the presence of magnetic fields. As the name suggests, they are highly malleable, and ductile.
Due to this large range of properties, stainless steel finds its application in almost every industry, the most demanding being chemical processing and oil industry. They are used in desalination plants, sewage tanks, ship propellers and harbor supports.
Also, because of the ability to combat corrosion at high temperatures, they are heavily used in power generation plants. Steam and gas turbines use stainless steel because of the high thermal resistance.
Stainless steel also finds application in architectural sector, namely for cladding, roofing and facades. Reinforcing bars are also made of stainless steel, owing to the corrosion resistance property again.
Catalytic converters and exhaust systems in cars also use the alloy extensively. It is also forming a major part of the structure of the automobiles these days.Apart from these large scale industries, stainless steel is also used for making kitchen appliances and utensils, for obvious reasons. Food storage is also feasible in the containers made of steel as it allows the additional benefit of easy cleaning.
Square bars are used for manufacturing machined components and pump shafts. They are also used for making fasteners and machine tools. Dairy equipment is also made using these bars. It is also used in surgical and medical applications. Bolts, pins and hinges are also made using square bars.
The plight of the customer today
Today, the quality of goods and services is degrading at an alarming rate. The customer ends up being the sufferer in the midst of dubious practices. They find themselves struggling with high commission, and poor quality of the supplied material. They are delivered products which tend to fail under high pressure. There are no mill reports to support the claims about the quality of goods. They are often lost after the delivery of products, as they have no one to attend to their after sales grievances.The goods take forever to be delivered and when they are, they tend to lose their economic value on account of poor, unprofessional packaging. Also,unfortunately many times, the products fail to meet the ASTM standards. Lack of proper knowledge often results in the supply of wrong grades, with inappropriate hardness. The alloys have poor surface finish and often, scrap metal is supplied without proper treatment. There is no warranty associated with the product and hence, the suppliers turn indifferent towards the customers as soon as the products are dispatched. There is no control on quality and testing. The growing distress amongst the consumer is an example of the impact of false claims and promises.
Why choose us?
Because we are well known for our consistency in terms of the quality of both goods as well as services provided by us. We maintain a constant stock, to keep our clients from facing the problem of unavailability of material in crucial times. We have been certified by ISO 17025 Standards Laboratory on the quality of the alloys we produce and supply. Our mill reports are consistent with EN10204 NACE 3.1, NACE 3.2. To get a third party approval, we also get our products tested in government as well as private labs. We never fail to extend our services even after the product has been delivered to the customer. We have a separate team to ensure the adoption of professional packaging methods so that the products reach our clients without losing their economic value. We also enjoy ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004, OHSAS 18001:2007 Certifications. All these factors have helped us gain the trust of consumers and today, we have markets for our alloys in 13 countries. The impeccable surface finish and appropriate hardness of goods has impressed customers worldwide. We care for the environment as well. We convert scrap alloy to reusable form that has superior quality. Our products are made in compliance with ASTM standards. We focus on maintaining correct degree of hardness so that they can be put to good use. . We provide an additional benefit of product replacement warranty in case of product failure (however small the probability be). Once chosen, we guarantee the best buying experience to our clients.