Stainless Steel Sheet
thyssenkrupp Materials carry a large range of stainless steel sheet from stock in a variety of sizes and finishes.
Because of the corrosion resistance of stainless steel, it is a very versatile product and it is used in many industries including catering, door furniture, pharmaceutical fabrication, construction and general fabrication.
We carry all of the common finishes from stock and can offer, 2B, 240grit, 240s grit, mirror polished, bright annealed and circle polished and with our own processing facilities, for larger orders we can supply bespoke finishes on request.
Our range of thicknesses starts at 0.5mm thick and we can stock some thicknesses up to 4000mm long.
Another benefit of stainless steel is its versatility when it comes to corrosion resistance. We hold a large stock range of 430, 304 and 316 as well as carrying 316ti in our European service centres.
One of the leading suppliers across the UK
As one of the long-established supplier of stainless steel sheets, we have a strong presence across the UK with our own dedicated logistics division allowing us to meet specific customers demands. With 6 service centres located strategically across the country, we offer next day delivery, covering 95% of the UK.
Our decoiling centres in the Midlands and Europe can supply bespoke sizes for project work ensuring that you get the maximum yield from a sheet with minimum waste and processing. If required, we can also supply stainless steel in coil form.
In addition to being able to offer standard sizes from stock, we also offer a stock management program with JIT deliveries to saving you money, ensuring that you only carry the material that you need, when you need it.
Stainless steel offered by thyssenkrupp Materials (UK) is 100% recyclable metal due to the relative ease of extraction of its main alloys - chromium, iron, nickel etc. Using recycled metal allows cheaper processing compared to producing stainless steel sheets using raw sourced materials.
Additionally, not only are there cost benefits of using recycled metal, but using recycled metal means CO2 emissions produced are far lower compared to sourcing from new raw materials