Core reminder: Stainless steel checkered plate refers to a steel plate with a pattern on the surface. The pattern switches are lentil-shaped, diamond-shaped, round bean-shaped, oblate mixed, etc., of which lentil-shaped checkered plate is the most common. Stainless steel pattern plate thickness
Stainless steel checkered plate refers to a steel plate with a pattern on the surface. The pattern switch has a lentil shape, a rhombus shape, a round bean shape, and an oblate mixture, among which the lentil-shaped checkered plate is the most common. The thickness specification of stainless steel checkered plate is generally 2.0~8.0mm, and the width is generally divided into two sections of 1250mm and 1500mm.
Stainless steel checkered plate has many advantages such as beautiful appearance, anti-skid, strengthening performance, saving steel and so on.
Stainless steel checkered plates are widely used in the fields of transportation, construction, decoration, equipment surrounding floor, machinery, and shipbuilding.
1. The first type of pattern plate is flat on one side and pattern on the other side. This type of checkered plate is more commonly used in applications requiring strength such as chemical industry, railway vehicles, and platforms. Such products are mainly imported, and generally come from Japan and Belgium. The domestic products produced by Taigang and Baosteel belong to this type.
2. The second type is concave on one side and convex on the other. It is often used in general civil decoration occasions. This type of product is more cold-rolled. Most of the 2B/BA cold-rolled stainless steel pattern plates on the market are of this type