Technical Data

Stainless Steel is essentially a low carbon steel which contains chromium at 10% or more by weight. It is this addition of chromium that gives the steel its unique stainless corrosion resisting Properties. The corrosion resistance and other useful properties of the steel are enchanced by increased chromium content and the addition of other elements such as molybdenum, nickel and nitrogen.

  1. Weight of Stainless Steel Pipes
    OD(mm)-W.Thick(mm) X W.Thick(mm) X 0.0248 = Wt.Per Mtr.
    OD(mm)-W.Thick(mm) X W.Thick(mm) X 0.0756 = Wt.Per Mtr.

  2. Weight of Stainless Steel Round Bar
    Dia (mm) X Dia (mm) X 0.00623 = Wt.Per.Mtr.
    Dia (mm) X Dia (mm) X 0.0019 = Wt.Per.Feet

  3. Weight of Stainless Steel Square Bars
    Dia (mm) X Dia (mm) X 0.00788 = Wt.Per.Mtr.
    Dia (mm) X Dia (mm) X 0.0024 = Wt.Per.Feet

  4. Weight of Stainless Steel Hexagonal Bar
    A/F (mm) X A/F (mm) X 0.00680 = Wt.Per.Mtr.
    A/F (mm) X A/F (mm) X 0.002072 = Wt.Per.Feet

  5. Weight of Stainless Steel Flat Bar
    Width (mm) X Thickness (mm) X 0.00798 = Weight.Per.Mtr.
    Width (mm) X Thickness (mm) X 0.00243 = Weight.Per.Feet

  6. Weight of Stainless Steel Sheets & Plates
    Length (Mtrs) X Width (Mtrs) X Thick (mm) X 8 = Weight per PC in kg
    Length (Feet) X Width (Feet) X Thick (mm) X 3/4 = Weight per PC in kg

  7. Weight Conversions of Mtr to Ft.
    Weight of mtr / 3.2808 WT Per Foot

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