Stainless Steel Metal Roofing

Corrugated Stainless Steel Panels


We can make most of the profiles listed on this site in the standard (T-304) Stainless steel, and (T-316) stainless. Typically, we can offer the standard 2-B finish, (which is the mill finish and has a dull appearance); this is standard type of stainless in an everyday stainless steel sheet. The #4 finish can be requested in any type or style of corrugated panel available as well, and gives the surface the appearance of a brushed finish. The #4 finish is ideal for any decorative application, as it is most commonly found in all finished products (appliances, etc.). Finally, we can form the #8 mirrored finish in whichever corrugated look you desire. Whichever stainless you choose, nothing can match this material’s corrosion resistance to the elements. A stainless material does not have an equal for weather durability and will retain the same look as the day it was installed. Let Corrugated Metal know about your next job and we will be more then happy to form and produce your next stainless siding, roofing, or decorative project with top quality corrugated steel.
>General Description: Alloy
General purpose, precipitation-hardening stainless steel, Low temperature (1000 def F approx) "age hardening" produces superior hardness/strength without distortion or scaling. 17-4PH
Type 302 is a slightly higher carbon version of type 304, most commonly found in strip and wire forms. More corrosion resistant than 301 due to higher nickel content. Non-magnetic in annealed form, slightly magnetic when cold formed. 302
303 is one of the most popular of all the free machining stainless steels. It offers good strength, corrosion resistance and great machinability. 303
One of the most widely used and oldest of the stainless steels. This was originally called 18-8 which stood for its chromium and nickel content. It possesses an excellent combination of strength, corrosion resistance and fabricability. 304
This austenitic stainless steel has an increased molybdenum content to increase its resistance to corrosion when compared to other 300 series alloys. It will resist scaling at temperatures up to 1600 F. Many of our customer use this material for heat treating applications where hot salt solution is used. 316 is also used in the marine industry because of its resistance to corrosion. 316
Much like 316 the "L" means "low carbon", the .035% carbon is a MAXIMUM value, in % by weight, and represents what is not removed during steel making. The advantage of the lower carbon is that it forms less chromium carbide during welding. Chromium is what makes stainless steel stainless, if it is tied up as chromium carbide it cannot prevent corrosion. In the old days it was difficult to get down to .035% so most 316 (and 304) had ~.06% and was subject to "sensitization" during welding. 316L
416 was the first free machining stainless steel. It is a heat treatable chromium steel with excellent machinability and non-galling characteristics. The alloy is magnetic in all conditions. 416 is used a lot in well shafting. 416
>General Description: Alloy
A basic ferritic non-heat treatable stainless steel. Its strengths are in ductility, formability, good corrosion and oxidation resistance, thermal conductivity and finish quality. 430
This is a high carbon martensitic stainless with moderate corrosion resistance good strength and the ability to obtain and keep excellent hardness (Rc 60) and wear resistance. This is a common material used in knife making. 440C
AquaMet is a proprietary alloy of Crucible Metals , it is nitrogen enriched, with the addition of manganese, this is highly corrosion resistant alloy with high strength. Used for marine propeller shafts and is polish and ground to size. Most of the AquaMet we are getting is either AquaMet 19 or AquaMet 22.
AquaMet 17 is a precipitation-hardening, martensitic stainless steel. Because it is hardened by heat treatment, it provides high strength, regardless of the diameter, combined with good toughness and corrosion resistance. A magnet will stick to AquaMet 17. AquaMet 17
AquaMet19 is a modified Type 304 stainless steel that is fully austenitic, slightly-magnetic and strengthened by nitrogen addition, with corrosion resistance better than Type 304 stainless steel. AquaMet 19
AquaMet 22 is a high-alloy stainless steel that provides superior corrosion resistance along with excellent toughness and high strength. It has higher strength than AQUAMET 17 in diameters of 3/4″ through 1-1/4″, and equivalent strength in diameters up to 2". Due to its high alloy content, AQUAMET 22 resists pitting and crevice corrosion. AquaMet 22