Corrosion and Heat Resistant Steels

Photographs of corrosion and heat resistant metals

We supply steels that withstand property degradation caused by the effects of the environment.

Normally, iron and steel corrode when in contact with both oxygen and water. Steel corrosion is generally prevented by films (or protective layers) that consist of corrosion-prevention chemicals or adsorbed oxygen. Although all structural metals corrode to some degree in natural environments, bronzes, brasses, zinc, stainless steels, and aluminium are more resistant to corrosion and survive longer periods of time without protection.
We can supply a full range of Stainless Steel grades and also several corrosion-resistant steel grades (CRES) such as Duplex/Super Duplex, Nickel Alloy and Titanium. Please use the navigation column on the left for more information on the various grades.
For detailed information in each grades, and the range of dimensions we supply please contact us.