Thin Stainless Steel Sheets - KDM
KDM offers numerous types of thin stainless steel sheets. The thicknesses are below 5mm. It can be made by cold rolled and hot rolled. These sheets come in a range of thicknesses and diameters. Also, it is available in different treatments and coatings according to customers’ requirements.
All of our thin stainless steel sheet metal comes with an easy-to-peel protective layer. It is applied to the completed side before installation or fabrication. The other side is delivered unfinished. If you require different material grades or sizes, please get in touch with us. We welcome customization!
Thin Stainless Steel Sheets By Thicknesses
Stainless Steel Thin Sheet, 0.2mm
Stainless Steel Thin Sheet, 0.01mm
Stainless Steel Thin Sheets, 0.03mm
Stainless Steel Thin Sheets, 0.05mm
Stainless Steel Thin Sheets, 0.04mm
2mm Stainless Steel Thin Sheets
Stainless Steel Thin Sheets 0.9mm
1.2mm Stainless Steel Sheets Ultra-Thin
1.5mm Stainless Steel Sheets
Wide Uses and Industrial Applications
The thin stainless steel sheets can be extensively used in the food industry, storage and transportation, chemical, oil, and atomic energy industry. It can also be used in bath crock, water heater, tableware, kitchenware, hardware parts, and auto parts. Other applications include:
- Building materials
- Medical instruments
- Industrial decorations
- Household appliances
- Electronic equipment
- Marine hardware, and so on.
Stainless Steel Sheet Ultra-Thin Features
Whether it’s made through cold-rolled or hot-rolled, these sheets deliver the following advantages:
- Excellent surface and quite durable
- It has a good heat resistance and;
- Good thermal reflectivity
- It looks good with the silver surface
- Has effective welding abilities
- It’s easy to form, cut, and machine
- Has great corrosion resistance
- Can keep its properties even at high temperatures.
Thin Stainless Steel Sheets Surface Finishes
The surface of thin stainless steel sheets has the following specifications:
- #4 Brushed Polish
- #8 Mirror Polish
- 2B Mill Finish
- NO.1, NO. 4, 1D, 2D, HL, BA, and other surfaces.
KDM makes thin and ultra-thin stainless steel sheets in a range of grades. Here is a list of the most often requested grades.
- 304 Stainless Steel
- 304L Stainless Steel
- 316/316L Stainless Steel
- 410 Stainless Steel
- 430 Stainless Steel
- 201 Stainless Steel
We stock a wide range of stainless steel sheets in different dimensions. Following are available sizing options.
- 1 x 4 feet
- 2 x 2 feet
- 2 x 4 feet
- 4 x 4 feet
- 4 x 8 feet
- 4 x 10 feet or Can be cut-to-size.
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“I recently ordered some thin stainless sheet that was specially cut. The final product exceeds my expectations. Perfect cutting was used. I had underestimated how quickly the package would arrive. Fantastic transactions I’m grateful.”
There are two frequently used methods for cutting stainless steel sheets.
Laser cutting and shear cutting
The laser cutting produces a tiny heat-affected zone and consequently less part distortion. It is one of its fact advantages.
While shear cutting is utilized for cutting plates and flat sheets. The most common shapes generated are rectangles and squares with straight sides. However other straight side shapes are also possible.
One benefit is faster cutting cycles. Compared to flame cutting, this method is more speedy. Also, it provides cleaner edges compared to burning.
The 0.01 mm SUS sheet is the thinnest stainless steel in China.
Before it, process control made it challenging to maintain control over the product.
Stainless steel sheet metal can be fairly thin. But to qualify as “sheet metal,” it only needs to reach 14 inches in thickness.
After that, the metal is known as a “plate.”
For example, 12-gauge thicknesses are 0.105” thick stainless steel.
A sheet of the metal gauge is a number that describes its thickness; a higher number denotes a thinner sheet.
The weight of the sheet for a certain material is used to create gauge size standards.
The thickness often reduces as the gauge number rises.
Your capacity to cut a metal sheet depends on its thickness. There are many different thicknesses.
In general, a larger gauge indicates a thinner sheet; the thinnest sheets are called “foil” or “leaf,” and parts thicker than 0.25″ are called “plate.”
Designs must retain a constant thickness because parts are manufactured from a single sheet of metal.
Make sure that any interior bend radii are at least 1x the thickness of the material to prevent distortion or cracking in your product.
Weight is expressed in pounds per square foot. (the metric system uses kilograms per square meter).
This figure represents the weight of a sheet with that particular gauge.