Manufacturers of ASTM A240 stainless steel coil/strip

   Jawaysteel stocks a wide range of stainless steel sheet. Austenitic stainless steel is one of the most widely used and versatile type of steel. If you are looking for special sizes or DFARS or domestic material, Jawaysteel has relationships with the domestic mills. We can supply your company with competitive domestic stainless steel coil & sheet in special sizes.

  Production process:

  The term “stainless steel coil” refers, as one might assume, to coil wire forms made from stainless steel. Stainless steel is a steel alloy also sometimes known as inox or inox steel. No less than 10.5% chromium by mass, stainless steel is an exceptionally strong and corrosion resistant steel variety that is popular for use with an innumerable amount of applications in a countless number of industries. Examples of the industries in which stainless steel is used include: aerospace, automotive, construction, health and medicine, military and defense, marine, food and beverage processing, architecture, sports and recreation, office and commercial supply and more.

  To create stainless steel coil, manufacturers put raw stainless steel through the milling process. This procedure is where the name of steelmaking facilities, “steel mills,” comes from. To mill semi-finished casting products from steel, manufacturers use machining tools that use rotary cutters to remove material from the surface of a steel piece. These rotary cutters often have multiple cutting points, which move perpendicularly to the axis of the workpiece. Unlike the sharp cutting of a blade, rotary cutters work by pushing material off the workpiece in tiny cuts. In other words, milling machines work through deformation. Milling machines come in a wide variety of configurations, from mini-mills to large, heavy duty gang milling systems, and they may work with or without CNC technology. Today, it is more common for milling to be performed with CNC technology than without, as CNC machines allow the milling process to work more efficiently, with more complexity, more repeatability and in greater volumes. In general, mill machines form stainless steel coil and other stock shapes like billets and ingots with precision and exactness.


  Architectural,Kitchen equipment,Decorative applications,Aircraft exhaust,manifolds,Expansion joints,Furnace parts,Heating element tubing,Heat exchangers,Household appliances,Metal molding,Metal trim,Cabinet hardware,Hinges.

  Forms & Specifications


  0.002 – 0.125” (0.0508 – 3.175mm)




  Annealed, Quarter Hard, Half Hard, Three-Quarter Hard, Hard as Rolled, Full Hard, Extra Hard, Spring


  BA, 2B, 2BA, 4F,8K

  Additional thicknesses, tempers and alloys are available upon request

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