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New materials are needed ...

because the familiar austenitic steels, such as 1.4301, 1.4541, 1.4404, 1.4401, 1.4571, 1.4539, 1.4529 have, unfortunately, become very expensive once again! The reason is the high percentage of nickel and molybdenum content for some grades. Both alloying elements are traded on the stock exchange "London Metal Exchange" (LME). This means there is a lot of speculation without any real correlation to market demand.



Talk to our stainless steel experts. We can tell you which alternative materials are available on the market and which materials come into question for the corrosion resistance classes I - IV.

The duplex steels are a particularly inexpensive alternative. Not necessarily the standard duplex material 1.4462, but rather the lean duplex stainless steels 1.4062, 1.4482, 1.4162, 1.4362 or the super duplex steel 1.4410 for high corrosion resistance.


  • Perfect external appearance with solid workmanship by experienced  metalworkers, welders and grinders
  • We master perfectly the processing of a large selection of materials
  • Extensive stocks with different surface qualities, even pattern rolled sheets


Our high folding blades enable all-round edging up to a height of 300 mm as with the tubs

Housing size up to approx. ca. 2000 x 2600 x 6000 mm
Unit weight max. 5 t
Sheet thickness from 0.5 up to 10 mm and more
Panel sizes up to 2000 x 6000 mm can be processed


  • In addition to gas-shielded metal arc, TIG and spot welding at the sheet joints, tip and hub ignition processes are used to weld threaded bolts and weld nuts
  • Rivets or rivet nuts are also possible
  • Rounded or segment edged canted claddings or housing can be in tubular, conical or funnel form
  • Thanks to flow drilling, we can make collars with thread cuts in thin sheets
  • For large covers or housing we often employ intersecting diagonal folds in order to further brace the area
  • Beading and edge folds (360°) are another way of bracing, which the M-STAINLESS tools master