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Stainless Steel Rod Companies and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of stainless steel rod manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source stainless steel rod manufactures with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate stainless steel rod companies that will design, engineer, and manufacturer stainless steel rod for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading stainless steel rod manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for stainless steel rod alloys, stainless steel metal rods, or solid stainless steel rods.

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  • Sound Beach, NY 631-821-1101

    Source 21 offers cut-to-length, leveling, gauge control, slitting, edging and countless other services to ensure that all of your metal processing needs can be satisfied. For information on the various ways their products can work for you, call today to allow their teams of experts get you started. When it comes to stainless steel rods, they have the quality you have been looking for.

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  • Chester, NY 845-469-3899

    Cada Stainless & Alloys has the stainless steel tubing that you need. We also specialize in the supply of stainless steel strips and coils, providing many finishing options, processing options, and other customization options. Check out our extensive offering of stainless steel products in our online catalog and connect with us for more information. Our company is ISO 9001:2008 certified.

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  • Pompton Plains, NJ 800-838-1978

    Our company may have started small, but we quickly grew to handle the largest aluminum orders. Our metals are made from the highest quality materials, and we pledge to offer superior service to all our customers. We don’t want customers who use us one time, we want to establish lifelong relationships with customers that last generations. Contact us for more info!

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  • Long Island City, NY 800-767-9494

    Metalmen provides worldwide distribution of all stainless steel. With our wide range of products, we offer expert market advice and complete metalworking as a custom response supplier serving industry. We have been providing engineering and research for over 30 years. Fast delivery of so many on-demand and specialty metals; non-standards and small quantities welcomed!

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  • Bensalem, PA 800-999-2997

    As product specialists, we can meet your stainless steel needs. We stock T304304- and T303-grade stainless steel, as well as other cold-finished carbon bars. Pennsylvania Steel was founded in 1972, and we are just as committed now as we were then to provide every customer with quality products and service.

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  • BOUCHERVILLE, QC 877-645-1119

    Superior Alloy Technology Inc. is a leader in being a supplier of specialty alloys throughout North America. Along with supplying we provide in-house precision cutting and metal fabrication solutions as well. Whether you’re searching for stainless, duplex, nickel, aluminum, or titanium alloys, you send us the dimensions, and we will supply you with what you need.

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Stainless Steel Rods

Stainless steel rods are solid cylinders of a group of steel alloys known for their impressive resistance to wear and corrosion, even in harsh environments. Though the name rod is sometimes used interchangeably with stainless steel bars, rods most often have a circular cross-section, whereas bars can be produced in squares, hexagons, octagons, or flats.

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Advantages of Stainless Steel Rods

Like bars and other stock shapes, stainless steel rods are occasionally used as the end product but more commonly are sold to manufacturers who then rework the material into the desired part or component. Melting, pressing, and rolling are commonly used to yield the desired components for variable applications across the industrial sector. The anticorrosive and hygienic properties of stainless steel make these rods popular for various items such as automotive parts, medical tools and prosthetics, marine paneling, and more. Though some other stock forms such as stainless steel sheets and plates may in some applications be closer to the finished product, rods are often preferred for their uniformity which makes consumerism, shipping, and processing predictable and efficient. It is important to consider the specific dimensions of stainless steel rods, including but not limited to the outer diameter, overall length, weight, and the impact of production processes and various performance features.

Manufacturing With Stainless Steel

Though corrosion and wear resistance are common to all stainless steel products, the specific properties of a given rod can vary considerably based on the grade of metal alloy used in its production. Stainless steel is the name given to a large group of iron ore alloys. While small amounts of carbon, nickel, molybdenum, silicone, and aluminum are present in various combinations, the essential element found in stainless steel alloys is a minimum of 10% chromium content. The chromium in the steel forms a "passivation" layer of chromium oxide on the surface of the stainless steel rod or other stainless products. The chromium oxide is self healing through minor scratches and acts as a protective layer against staining, wear, and corrosion. Many other properties of stainless steel are shared with other grades of steel, including tensile strength, high ductility, strength to weight ratio, impact and heat resistance, longevity and hardness. The workability is also an important aspect of stainless steel rods as it results in their potential to be used in countless applications. To begin with though, the iron ore alloy is heated in electric arc furnaces until it reaches the point of recrystallization allowing the mixture to homogenize. The molten material is then cast into semi-finished billets, which are formed into finished rods and cooled. Alternatively rods can be created through die casting billets and ingots through progressively smaller dies until the desired diameter is reached.



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