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Stainless Steel Forgings
As open die forging specialists, Anderson Shumaker has the craftsmen to produce the highest quality open die stainless steel forgings and rolled rings. Anderson Shumaker forges stainless steel round and flat bars, discs, blocks, and more. To assure our customers the fastest possible service, we maintain extensive and diversified inventory in stainless steels to be forged.
- Stainless Steel 300 series: 302, 303, 304, 304-L, 309, 310, 316, 316-L, 317, 321, 330, 347
- Stainless Steel 400 series: 403, 405, 410, 416, 414, 418 (Greek Ascoly), 422, 431, 440-A, 440-C
- Precipitation hardening grades: 13-8 MO, 15-5 PH, 17-4 PH, 450, 455
- Nitronic : 40, 50, 60
- Monel : 400, K 500
- Duplex grades : 2205, 2507, F-55
- Controlled expansion : Invar 36, Invar 36 FC, Alloy 42
- A-286, 19-9 DL
Many other stainless steel grades are available. With stainless steel forgings: no minimum bar lengths required. We can produce any size, within our capabilities to save you time in machining by supplying you the size that you need. Note the size that’s available.
Surfaces can be supplied as forged, rough machined, and precision ground. Send your inquiry to our experienced staff for a quick price quote.
Advantages of Stainless Steel Forging
Why forge stainless steel? Stainless steel is an overall quality choice of material without forging, known for its corrosion and heat resistance characteristics in addition to its strength. By forging stainless steel, virtually any grade of stainless steel, the process enhances and amplifies the existing qualities of stainless steel. For example, the forging process improves the corrosion resistance of stainless steel, enabling the grade to outlast and withstand harsher, more aggressive and extreme environments. Another advantage of stainless steel forgings is that the process creates a unique and continuous grain flow that follows the stainless steel part unlike other processes such as casting or machining, thus allowing strength to be where it's needed. Forging also can create a higher strength to weight ratio. By improving the mechanical properties of stainless steel, forging stainless steel will better your overall part.
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