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Mirror Stainless Steel Sheet

VIGORSS stainless steel mirror sheets

Mirror Stainless Steel Sheet

Machine polishing and hand polishing are the two ways to polish stainless steel mirror sheets. Manual polishing is more expensive than machine polishing, but it may give a superior brightness. You have the option of selecting between a general mirror(8K), fine mirror(10K), or super mirror(12K) surface gloss level depending on the application scenario.

Details about Mirror Stainless Steel Sheet

Stainless steel 2B plate is used as the base material for 8K mirror polishing, with abrasives on the grinding tools and red powder or grinding agents being one of the most frequently employed abrasives. Grinding out a piece of standard 2B steel into a mirror is a challenging process, so at Vigor, we coat each piece with PVC protective film to guard your shine. 

Mirror-finished stainless steel sheets form a beautiful, reflective surface that functions as a mirror. In addition, mirror finish can be easily combined with PVD color coating for a unique, reflective wall, ceiling, or accessory. 

It is often used in architectural and decorative applications because it can add an elegant and sophisticated look to any space. Mirror stainless steel sheets are also very durable and easy to maintain, making them an ideal choice for many different projects, such as:

  • Architectural cladding
  • Interior design
  • Escalators and elevators
  • Food processing equipment
  • Surgical instruments
  • Chemical processing equipment
  • Oil and gas production equipment

 

Chemical Composition of Different Grades of Stainless Steel

GradeNickel %Chromium %Carbon % Molybdenum %
3048.0~10.518.0~20.00.08 Max——
304L8.0~10.518.0~20.00.03 Max——
31610.0~14.016.0~18.00.08 Max2.0~3.0
316L10.0~14.016.0~18.00.03 Max2.0~3.0
430——16.0~18.01.20 Max——
409≤0.510.5~11.50.08 Max——
439≤0.517.0~19.00.03 Max——
304 stainless steel is the most common grade of stainless steel. It is corrosion-resistant, non-magnetic, and can be used for a variety of applications, including food preparation and storage, water treatment, chemical processing, and all interior & exterior decoration.
316/316L stainless steel is corrosion-resistant at a higher cost than 304/304L and has a high resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion. It is also non-magnetic and can be used in marine environments.
430 stainless steel is less durable but is a good choice for low-cost applications.
The corrosion resistance of stainless steel is measured by the amount of chromium and nickel in the alloy. Depending on the intended usage, you should select a type of stainless steel sheet that best suits your needs.

The Selection of Size

  1. The standard stainless steel sheet sizes include 1219x2438mm, 1219x3048mm, 1000x2000mm, 1500x3000mm, and 1250x2550mm. The width and length can be customized but the maximum width is limited to 1500mm.
  2. Keep in mind that larger sheets can be difficult to transport and store, so usually a max of 4000mm long is the most suitable for transport.
  3. If you are not sure what size to choose, consult with a professional or manufacturer. They can help you determine what size is best for your needs.

The Selection of Thickness and Gauge

Stainless steel is available in a variety of thicknesses and gauges, so it is important to select the right one for your project.

Here are a few tips to help you choose the right thickness and gauge for your project:

  • Think about the maximum load-bearing capacity of the material.
  • Consider the weight of the finished product.
  • Check the size and weight restrictions of your equipment.
  • Choose a thickness and gauge that will meet your requirements while staying within the weight restrictions of your equipment.
  • Always consult with Vigor Team before making a final decision.
  • Remember that thicker sheets require more weight to move and may be harder to work with. Thinner sheets are easier to handle but may not be as strong. 

In general, if the stainless steel sheets you need are for indoor and outdoor use, the ideal thickness range is 0.5mm to 2.0mm. If the thickness is less than 0.5mm, it’s easy for laborers to cause surface issues as they move and lift throughout the manufacturing process. If the thickness is more than 2.0mm, it will be difficult to use in practical applications. In addition, the color sheets serve primarily a decorative purpose, so there is no need to use a large thickness; this may also help you save money.

The Selection of Stainless Steel Sheet Designs

When selecting a stainless steel sheet design, be sure to consider the following factors:

      The purpose of the sheet, for decoration or fabrication?

The environment it will be used, outdoor or indoor?

  How it will be handled, welding, cutting, or bending?

               The type of finish desired, glossy, dull, colored, or patterned?

There are many different options available, so take your time to find the perfect one.

Applications

Wall Cladding

Building Facade

Ceiling Panels

Countertops

Kitchen Cabinets

Backsplashes

Elevator Cabin

Machine Board

Stainless steel sheet is a versatile and durable material that can be used in a number of applications. Cutting, bending, or welding the material also allows you to create custom shapes and sizes, making it an ideal choice for bespoke projects.

Standard Export Packaging

Vigor Stainless Steel Sheet Production Workshops

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