Stainless steel is a designation for alloyed or unalloyed steels with a special degree of purity, for example steels whose sulfur and phosphorus content does not exceed 0.025%

The stainless steel is an especially pure steel with a carbon content below 1.5%. In the vernacular of stainless steel is also known as stainless steel. The stainless steel is resistant to tensile, tough and chemically resistant. Steel can also be further processed (rolled or forged). Stainless steel is the most important metal in metal processing in industry. We use it for the production of our spacer, spacer sleeves and decorative caps.

Stainless steel (according to EN 10020) is a designation for alloyed or unalloyed steels with a special degree of purity, for example steels whose sulfur and phosphorus content (so-called iron companions) does not exceed 0.025% (mass fraction).