How Forged Steel is different from Stainless Steel.

by Cornelia Alan Marketing Manager

Stainless Steel is widely being used in day-to-day courses and it has become an irreplaceable thing in our life. In recent times, the stainless steel has taken a back step and forged stainless steel has taken center stage due to its various mechanical features. The appearance, strength and the processing of Stainless Steel and Forged Stainless Steel are way too different.  The Forged stainless steel is manufactured and processed in such a way that they can be used in heavy application whereas Stainless steel is anti-corrosive and attractive. This leads to rough appearance, the different molecular structure of forged than that of stainless steel.


Manufacturing and Processing of Forged Stainless Steel:

Forged Stainless Steel is hammered or forcefully utilized in a particular place. Due to this process, it aligns the grain of steel in particular direction, strengthening the material through this seemingly abusive process. Contrary to cast stainless steel, forged steel is less prone to deformation and shattering under stress. Whereas, the forged round bar pieces are often machined from a solid block or cast, that maintains much of the solidity of the original forged piece.   

Manufacturing and Processing of Stainless Steel:

Stainless steel is usually cast from a mold, the molten liquid is poured until cured. Stainless steel contains chromium that makes the material resistant to corrosion and rust. Stainless steel is generally found as316L or 918L, which is harder than other variants but prone to shattering under the impact of extreme stress.


Forged Steel Application  

Forged steel is often used in industries or other heavy duty applications due to its strength and lack of cosmetic considerations. Heavy sections of forged steel are welded together as there is a limitation in constructing to continuous sizes forged square bars. The limitation is due to extreme pressure that is exerted on the steel to convert it in the desired form.

Stainless steel Application

Stainless steel is mainly used in the application that demands both corrosion–resistant and attractive. For this reason of fact, the material can be cast in nearly any shape. Stainless steel is commonly used in utensils, watches, and products that must be corrosion-resistant, attractive or rather both. 

About Cornelia Alan Junior   Marketing Manager

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