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Stainless Steel Flat Bar

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At Midway Metals, we know our stainless steel and that includes stainless steel flat bar. Our range is extensive, with a wide range of steel flat bar sizes, a variety of lengths and finishes available to suit the customer’s precise need.
We offer stainless steel flat bar in two finishes, hot rolled annealed and pickled (HRAP) and slit rolled edge (SRE). Hot rolled annealed and pickled finished stainless steel flat bar goes through quite a process. First it is …

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Welding Stainless Steel

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A Quick Guide on Welding Stainless Steel:
Protect Yourself:
Welding stainless steel or any metal absolutely requires wearing the right safety gear. A welding helmet and gloves are essential and other protective clothing is also advisable. Make sure you keep away from the fumes while you are welding, and read all relevant manufacturers, employers and safety procedures before you start.
Fit Up:
When you’re welding stainless steel, selecting the right joint design and fitting it up properly is crucial. …

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Stainless Steel Bar

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Stainless Steel bar is a commonly used product in the fabricating and manufacturing industries. There are several sorts that are all used in the construction, manufacturing and automotive industries, as well as for domestic purposes like fence posts.
Stainless steel bar ‘varieties’ include round bar, hollow bar, square bar, flat bar, angle bar, hexagon bar and channel. Round bar, flat bar, square bar and hexagon bar are solid, while hollow bar is a cylindrical, obviously hollow, bar. Angle bar …

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Plasma Cutting

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Stainless Steel Prices Update

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The monthly average stainless steel prices for both nickel and molybdenum are at 2 1/2 and 2 1/4 year highs respectively, with base prices for 304 Stainless Steel increasing by nearly USD 400/tonne (over 10%) during January 2011.

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