Blackriver Stainless, Inc.
The goal of Black River Stainless Inc. is to offer you the most affordable metal products while maintaining a high level of quality. We specialize in the manufacture and worldwide distribution of the hard to find and most sought after sizes of stainless steel, carbon, chrome moly, nickel, aluminum, exotics, super duplex, duplex, and titanium. We offer these metals in the form of pipes, tubes, fittings, flanges, bars, plates, valves, and bearings, in both standard and metric sizes. We can ship these items anytime day or night, and even as emergency critical shipments. As a testament to the kind of quality we consistently maintain, we are also an approved manufacturer for the military, and will even supply a material test certification. We pride ourselves in meeting all of the ASME, AMS, ASTM, UNS, DIN, and NACE standards.
Our expertise doesn’t end with metals and alloys though. We also have endeavors in the power, petrochemical, paper, and research industries that have also proven fruitful.
If you are in the field of Engineering, there is a great chance that we supply something you need and urge you to contact us so that you can see how much money and time you can save by doing business with Black River Stainless Inc.
Some of the materials we offer:
- Stainless Steel 304H is most commonly used in heat exchanger, fertilizer and chemical plants with the H meaning elevated carbon over 304L increases yield and tensile strength.
- Stainless Steel 310 is most commonly used in chemical processes in refiner industries, gas turbines, and furnaces. Stainless Steel 310 is resistant to cyclic oxidation, and has temperature strength.
- Stainless Steel 317L is most commonly used in pulp liquor, pulp and paper handling equipment, food processing equipment, and textile equipment.
- Stainless Steel 347H is most commonly used in the refining industries for boiler tubes, exhaust and manifolds, and steam pipes. Stainless Steel 347H is great at temperatures up to 1600 F.
- Stainless Steel 304L is most commonly used in the sanitary, dairy and food processing, heat exchanges. The L refers to low carbon content .03% or less.
- Stainless Steel 316L is most commonly used in nuclear applications, rubber, paper and pulp, heat exchanger, and plastics non magnetic and in annealed condition. The max temperature for Stainless Steel 316L is 1650 F, and can be used for continuous service. 316L is also resistant to chlorides.
- Stainless Steel 2205 duplex is most commonly used in petrochemical heat exchangers, desalination plants, rotors, shafts, and chloride handling industries because of its excellent corrosion resistance. Stainless Steel 2205 duplex pits heat conductivity and a lower thermal expansion than austenitic steels.
- Stainless Steel 904L is commonly used because of its resistence to reducing acids such as sulphuric acid, and its resistence to chloride attack. This austentic low-carbon high-alloy is also non-magnetic and is perfect for welding. Even though the less expensive Stainless Steel 2205 Duplex has replaced 904L, Stainless Steel 904L still has many desireable qualities that 2205 duplex can't deliver.
- Nickel Alloy 20 is most commonly used in chemical and allied industrial, food and dye, So 2 scrubbers, tanks, sulfur synthetics, and explosives. Nickel Alloy 20 is also resistant to acid corrosion.
- Nickel Alloy 200/201 is most commonly used in vessels for the generation of fluorine and with hydrocarbons. Nickel Alloy 200/201 has a great resistance to acid and alkaline, and neutral salt solutions.
- Nickel Alloy 400 is most commonly used in sulfuric and hydrofluoric acid alkylation plants, power plants (to feed water to steam generators), salt plants, Brice heaters and evaporators, crude oil distillation cladding, valves and pumps, nuclear fuel production, and sea water applications.
- Nickel Alloy 600 is most commonly used in food processing plants, steam generators, super heaters, and aerospace industries. Nickel Alloy 600 has a natural resistance to sulfur compounds, oxidation, chlorideon, and stress corrosion cracking.
- Nickel Alloy 625 is most commonly used for its corrosion resistance in the chemical processing field, fabrication industry, high strength reaction vessels, transfer piping, valves, caps, fittings, and distillation columns.
- Nickel Alloy 800 is most commonly used for its exceptional corrosion and high temperature resistance. Nickel Alloy 800 is great for exposure to elevated temperatures in oxy-alcohol production, in hydrogenation heaters, outlet manifolds, steam-hydrocarbon, and ethylene production.
- Nickel Alloy 825 is most commonly used in sulfuric acid plant equipment including: tanks; crates; heating coils; and seawater-heat exchangers. Nickel Alloy 825 is also used in the paper industry, for LPG processing equipment. Alloy 825 has an exceptional resistance to stress, corrosion, cracking, and oxidizing and non–oxidizing hot acid, phosphoric, and acid production.