Results for: Stainless Steel

In Definitions

What is stainless steel?

In technical terms, it is also known by the name of inox or inoxsteel. It is an alloy of steel, with a minimum of 10.7% of chromiumcontent . It does not quickly disintegrate, (MORE)
In Physics

What makes stainless steel stainless?

All stainless steel has at least 10.5% Chromium in it. Chromium is what makes the steel stainless. The other elements in stainless steel can be nickel, nitrogen, molybdenum. Y (MORE)
In Elements and Compounds

What is in stainless steel?

Stainless steal is a mixture of carbon (2%) atoms and chromium (13%) and steel (85%). Stainless steal is more brittle than other metals because of the high carbon content. Chr (MORE)
In Physics

What is in stainless steel that makes it stainless?

Steel is mostly iron with a percent or so of carbon . To make stainless steel, we add a bit over 10% (and sometimes up over 20%) chromium , which is the key metal that mak (MORE)
In Metal and Alloys

Is stainless steel a nonalloy steel?

Stainless steel is an Alloy steel because it contains chromium as an alloying element - steels without alloying elements are called carbon steels.
In Welding and Cutting

How do you weld stainless steel to stainless steel?

You can weld stainless steel to stainless steel using various welding methods such as TIG welding and MIG welding. However, it is best to get a professional to do the job. And (MORE)
In Mechanical Engineering

How does stainless steel become stainless?

Stainless steels are chromium containing steel alloys, the minimum chromium content of the standardised stainless steels is 10.5%. The better corrosion resistance is due to a (MORE)
In Mechanical Engineering

Where can you get stainless steel?

Here is the list of stainless steel seamless manufacturers, whereyou can buy stainless steel at reasonable price - (MORE)