- AISI 316 (EN 1.4401) is more resistant to corrosion and more expensive. It contains 16% chrome, 10% nickel and 2% molybdenum. Type 316 is more resistant to salt corrosion and is mainly used in the chemical industry.
- 316L (“L” is for “low carbon”) has a low carbon dioxide percentage and is thus easier to weld. Corrosion resistance after welding is good.
We base our scrap stainless steel buy and purchase prices on the LME courses of nickel and iron.
- Photos of stainless steel applications
- Pictures of the production of stainless steel
To reach Geelhoed, take exit 5 on the A12 highway from the directions The Hague, Wassenaar, Leiden, Westland (‘s-Gravenzande, Naaldwijk, Monster, De Lier, Poeldijk, Wateringen, Kwintsheul, Maasdijk), Delft, Delfgauw, Midden-Delfland: (Den Hoorn, Schipluiden, Maasland, ’t Woudt), Rotterdam, Lansingerland (Bergschenhoek, Berkel en Rodenrijs, Bleiswijk), Moerkapelle, Zevenhuizen, Gouda, Reeuwijk, Boskoop, Zoetermeer, Leiderdorp and Alphen aan den Rijn. View map.