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• Sold in full sheets or cut to your exact dimensions.
• No order to big or too small.
• Limited Fabrication available.


We offer the following stainless steel types:

Stainless Steel Sheets


304 #4 Finish

304 stainless steel sheet #4 finish is the brushed finish commonly seen on kitchen appliances and backsplashes. The 304 stainless steel sheet #4 finish has a PVC film on one side to help protect against scratching during fabrication and installation. Our 304 stainless steel sheet #4 finish meets the criteria for both the #3 and #4 finish.

304 stainless steel is a commercial grade of stainless steel sheet metal and the most widely used stainless steel. 304 stainless steel sheet metal is a versatile, anti-rusting and heat resistant steel for general use. 304 stainless steel sheet metal uses include food equipment, plumbing materials, kitchen sinks, and back splashes. 304 stainless steel sheet #4 finish is austenitic, meaning it will not attract or hold a magnet. If you need that option in stainless steel, the 430 grade will hold a magnet.

304 2B Finish

304 stainless steel 2B finish is a mill finish, which is smooth and NOT the brushed finish commonly seen on kitchen appliances. 304 stainless steel 2B finish is light gray in color. 304 stainless steel 2B finish may or may not have a protective film on one side to prevent scratching. Customers can contact the sales department to see if the 2B finish has a protective film on the material if needed; however, if a clean, non-scratched finish is desired, the #4 brushed finish will have a protective film every time.

304 stainless steel is a commercial grade of stainless steel sheet metal and the most widely used stainless steel. 304 stainless steel sheet metal is a versatile, anti-rusting and heat resistant steel for general use. 304 stainless steel sheet metal uses include food equipment, plumbing materials, kitchen sinks, and back splashes. 304 stainless steel sheet 2B finish is austenitic, meaning it will not attract or hold a magnet. If you need that option in stainless steel, the 430 grade will hold a magnet.

316L #4 Finish

316L stainless steel sheet #4 finish is the brushed finish commonly seen on kitchen appliances and backsplashes. The 316L stainless steel sheet #4 finish has a PVC film on one side to help protect against scratching during fabrication and installation.

316L stainless steel sheet metal, also called marine grade stainless steel, is used primarily for its increased resistance to corrosion. The "L" means that the carbon content of the alloy is below 0.03% which makes the 316L stainless steel sheet preferable for welding. Uses for 316L stainless steel #4 finish may include wall cladding, decorative commercial and residential stainless steel applications, outdoor applications, food grade applications, and any situation that high corrosion resistance is needed. 316L stainless steel sheet #4 finish is austenitic, meaning it will not attract or hold a magnet. If you need that option in stainless steel, the 430 grade will hold a magnet.

316L 2B Finish

316L stainless steel sheet 2B finish has a mill finish, which is smooth and NOT the brushed finish commonly seen on kitchen appliances. Our 316L stainless steel sheet 2B finish will not have a protective film to prevent scratching, so the 316L stainless steel will commonly have scratching (not gouging) from when it is cut to size, fabricated, shipped, etc. If a scratch free surface is needed, please contact Stainless Supply to inquire about having a PVC film applied to the 316L stainless steel sheet 2B finish.

316L stainless steel sheet metal, also called marine grade stainless steel, is used primarily for its increased resistance to corrosion. The "L" means that the carbon content of the alloy is below 0.03% which makes the 316L stainless steel sheet preferable for welding. Uses for 316L stainless steel sheet 2B finish include high end cookware, cutlery, marine applications and hydrogen fuel cells. If you need that option in stainless steel, the 430 grade will hold a magnet.

430 #8 Mirror Finish

430 stainless steel sheet #8 mirror has a non-directional Finish that virtually looks like a mirror. Although the 430 stainless steel #8 retains the same designation as the 304 stainless steel #8, the mirror quality may be slightly less than the 304 #8 mirror quality. 430 stainless steel sheet #8 mirror does not contain or have a coating or Finishing material to give it reflectivity. 430 stainless steel sheet #8 mirror comes with a double layer of PVC film to protect the mirror Finish during fabrication and installation.

430 stainless steel sheet metal is a slightly lower grade than the 300 series and is commonly used for applications when the metal needs to hold a magnet, which the 300 series does not. 430 stainless steel sheet is more susceptible to corrosion since it does not contain nickel or molybdenum like the 300 series. Common uses are for 430 stainless steel sheet #8 Finish are automotive trim, decorative trim, wall cladding, and any other application that requires stainless steel that will hold a magnet and possess a highly polished Finish. This metal will hold a magnet, but not act as a magnet.

304 #8 Mirror Finish

304 stainless steel sheet #8 mirror has a non-directional finish that virtually looks like a mirror. 304 stainless steel sheet #8 mirror possesses a highly polished finish and does not contain or have a coating or finishing material to give it reflectivity. 304 stainless steel sheet #8 mirror comes with a double layer of PVC film to protect the mirror finish during fabrication and installation.

304 stainless steel is a commercial grade of stainless steel sheet metal and the most widely used stainless steel. 304 stainless steel sheet metal is a versatile, anti-rusting and heat resistant steel for general use. 304 stainless steel sheet metal uses include food equipment, plumbing materials, kitchen sinks, and back splashes. 304 stainless steel sheet #8 mirror is austenitic, meaning it will not attract or hold a magnet. If you need that option in stainless steel, the 430 grade will hold a magnet.

304 BA Mirror Finish

The 304 stainless steel bright annealed (BA) finish is cold rolled stainless steel that is annealed in a controlled atmosphere to retain a highly reflective finish. Although it is not completely identical to the #8 mirror finish, it appears to be very similar. The 304 stainless steel bright annealed finish has a PVC film on one side to help protect against scratching during fabrication and installation.

304 stainless steel is a commercial grade of stainless steel sheet metal and the most widely used stainless steel. 304 stainless steel sheet metal is a versatile, anti-rusting and heat resistant steel for general use. 304 stainless steel sheet metal uses include food equipment, plumbing materials, kitchen sinks, and back splashes. 304 stainless steel bright annealed sheet is austenitic, meaning it will not attract or hold a magnet. If you need that option in stainless steel, the 430 grade stainless steel will hold a magnet.

316L #8 Mirror Finish

316L stainless steel sheet #8 mirror has a non-directional finish that virtually looks like a mirror. 316L stainless steel sheet #8 mirror possesses a highly polished finish and does not contain or have a coating or finishing material to give it reflectivity. 316L stainless steel sheet #8 mirror comes with a double layer of PVC film to protect the mirror finish during fabrication and installation.

316L stainless steel sheet metal, also called marine grade stainless steel, is used primarily for its increased resistance to corrosion. The "L" means that the carbon content of the alloy is below 0.03% which makes the 316L stainless steel sheet preferable for welding. Uses for 316L stainless steel #8 mirror may include wall cladding, decorative commercial and residential stainless steel applications, outdoor applications, food grade applications, and any situation that high corrosion resistance is needed. 316L stainless steel sheet #8 finish is austenitic, meaning it will not attract or hold a magnet. If you need that option in stainless steel, the 430 grade will hold a magnet.

430 #4 Finish

430 stainless steel sheet #4 finish is the brushed finish commonly seen on kitchen appliances and backsplashes. 430 Stainless Steel Sheet #4 finish has a PVC film on one side to help protect against scratching during fabrication and installation. Our 430 stainless steel sheet metal meets the criteria for both the #3 and #4 finish.

430 stainless steel sheet metal is a slightly lower grade than the 300 series and is commonly used for applications when the metal needs to hold a magnet, which the 300 series does not. 430 stainless steel sheet #4 finish is slightly more susceptible to corrosion since it does not contain nickel or molybdenum like the 300 series. Common uses are for 430 stainless steel sheet #4 finish are automotive trim, kitchen appliances, sinks, decorative trim and any other application that requires stainless steel that will hold a magnet. This metal will hold a magnet, but not act as a magnet.

430 BA Mirror Finish

The 430 bright annealed (BA) finish is cold rolled stainless steel that is annealed in a controlled atmosphere to retain a highly reflective finish. Although it is not completely identical to the #8 mirror finish, it appears to be very similar. The 430 stainless steel bright annealed finish has a PVC film on one side to help protect against scratching during fabrication and installation.

430 stainless steel sheet metal is a slightly lower grade than the 300 series and is commonly used for applications when the metal needs to hold a magnet, which the 300 series does not. 430 stainless steel sheet bright annealed finish is slightly more susceptible to corrosion since it does not contain nickel or molybdenum like the 300 series. This metal will hold a magnet, but not act as a magnet.


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304 Diamond Plate

Our 304 Stainless Steel Diamond Floor Plate has the same properties as the standard 304 stainless steel except it has the raised tread pattern to improve traction. Stainless steel diamond floor plate has a hot rolled, annealed and pickled (HRAP) finish and not the bright finish commonly seen on aluminum diamond tread plate. Its name reflects its most common use, which is flooring, or any other situation that traction may be needed, along with the high corrosion resistance and strength that 304 stainless steel provides.

316L Plate

316L stainless steel plate meets ASTM A240 criteria.

Our 316L stainless steel plate is hot rolled, annealed and pickled. The 316L stainless steel plate does not have a polished or brushed finish and does not come with a protective PVC to prevent scratching as it is typically not used for aesthetic or cosmetic uses.

316L stainless steel offer better corrosion and higher strength at elevated temperatures than 304 stainless steel. 316L stainless steel is used in marine applications, along with being used for pumps, valves, textile and chemical equipment, and general uses where 300 series stainless steel is used.

The "L" means that the carbon content of the alloy is below 0.03% which makes the 316L stainless steel sheet preferable for welding over standard 316 stainless steel.

304 Plate

Our 304 stainless steel plate is hot rolled, annealed and pickled. The 304 stainless steel plate does not have a polished or brushed finish and does not come with a protective PVC to prevent scratching as it is typically not used for aesthetic or cosmetic uses.

304 stainless steel plate is a commercial grade of stainless steel and the most widely used stainless steel. 304 stainless steel plate is a versatile, anti-rusting and heat resistant steel for general use. 304 stainless steel plate is austenitic, meaning it will not attract or hold a magnet.


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E772 Tomahawk Trail, Waupaca, WI 54981
Phone 715.256.0352 • FAX: 715.258.7353 • Email: mss@solarus.net