A corner is actually a section of iron or steel that is also known in the industry as L or Angel.
Corners are most commonly used as connecting elements of two sections of iron (such as beams) or steel in the construction industry and similar industries.
Corners are supplied in two forms of fabric (produced and supplied by the factory from the beginning as a corner) or production press method.
Stainless Steel Corner / Stainless Steel Corner
Stainless steel corner or stainless steel corner is used in various industries and is most used in cases where there is resistance to rust and corrosion.
This corner with different standards such as; Corner 304, corner 316, corner 420 and other standards of stainless steels (stainless steel steels) are offered.
History of the discovery of stainless steels
When iron combines with oxygen in the air, red iron oxide (which is iron rust) is produced. There is also a type of steel that does not rust.
The English metallurgist Harry Brearley was the first to discover the alloy.
In fact, it was in the years before World War I that arms production increased dramatically, and Berrelli sought to achieve an alloy of steel that was more resistant to erosion caused by high temperatures in weapons.
He began various experiments to achieve his desired alloy.
He began to increase the amount of worm in the steel and compared it to standard carbon steels.
The man left all the metals in his lab warehouse after a series of tests and no results were obtained, and left in despair.
After months, he suddenly realized that there was a metal among these metals that, despite the rusting of all the metals, did not rust or oxidize.
After careful testing, Breirley found that the piece was an alloy of steel with 14% chromium. Today, it is known as “stainless steel” or “steel”.