IDEC can make serial production according to the Client’s drawings
Stainless steels are chromium containing steel alloys. The minimum chromium content of the standardised stainless steels is 11%. Chromium makes the steel 'stainless' this means improved corrosion resistance. The better corrosion resistance is due to a chromium oxide film that is formed on the steel surface. This extremely thin layer, under the right conditions, is also self-repairing. Besides chromium, typical alloying elements are molybdenum, nickel and nitrogen. Nickel is mostly alloyed to improve the formability and ductility of stainless steel. Alloying these elements brings out different crystal structures to enable different properties in machining, forming, welding etc.
With the end of 2014, IDEC has increased the production range for the stainless steel materials; which also includes new investments. IDEC has the finest technology machinery for the various processes of stainless steel materials. IDEC has the ability for machining, cutting, forming, and welding of various types of stainless steel such as 304, 316L, 316Ti quality.