Types of Material

Materials for every application

We process just about every material, from aluminum to highly acid-resistant stainless steel, to suit a wide variety of operating conditions. Whether it is screws with a particular surface or sea water-resistant connectors for the offshore sector: we combine technical expertise with cost-effectiveness.

All our raw material sources are subject to strict supplier management and detailed test certificates are available for each of material.

Materials overview

The following materials are generally in stock, with others available on request.

AISIISOSUS (JIS)DINDescription
Stainless steels
302 HQA2XM-71.4567Austenitic chromium-nickel steel, highly resistant to corrosion. Due to the additional copper content, it is particularly suitable for cold forming.
304A23041.4301Austenitic chromium-nickel steel, highly resistant to corrosion.
316A43161.4401Particularly corrosion-resistant austenitic chromium-nickel steel with molybdenum content.
316 CuA4316 CuSimilar to 316 with additional copper content to improve cold formability.
316 LA4316 L1.4404Particularly corrosion-resistant austenitic chromium-nickel steel with molybdenum content and with lower carbon content compared to conventional 316.
410C14101.4006Heat-treatable, martensitic stainless steel. Polished against water and steam resistant.
430F14301.4016Ferritic chromium-nickel steel, mirror polishing, resistant to water, steam, weak acids.
Steel grades
SWRCH6 – SWRCH10For unhardened screws.
SWRCH1018Case-hardened, mostly for self-tapping screws.
SWRCH35K/35ACRHeat treatable up to strength 8.8.
SWRCH40K/40ACRHeat treatable up to strength 10.9
10B21Heat treatable up to strength 8.8.
SCM 435Heat treatable up to strength 12.9.
SCM 440Heat treatable up to strength 12.9.
Aluminium
60613.3211Aluminum for cold forming, up to T6 heat treatable
70753.4365Aluminum for cold forming, heat treatable, higher corrosion resistance

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