Rolling of stainless steel2024-07-08T11:57:09+02:00

Stainless steel

Stainless steel, also known as Inox or inox steel, is an iron alloy with a high chromium content (usually over 10.5%). Chromium forms a protective layer on the surface, called “passivation,” which prevents corrosion. It is corrosion-resistant and possesses unique mechanical properties, making it suitable for various applications in different sectors such as architecture, chemical industry, food processing, electronics, automotive, and more.

304/304L – 316/316L – 321 are just a few of the stainless steels rolled by Sidertaglio Calandratura. The rollable thickness for this type of material ranges from 8 to 160mm. This range may vary depending on multiple structural and production factors.




The diameter-to-thickness ratio can determine the feasibility of a rolled product. Our technical office is at your disposal to provide information and technical details.

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Quality control and precision.

Quality control and precision.

At Sidertaglio Calandratura, when we refer to welding, we mean a Submerged Arc Welding (SAW) process, either longitudinal or circumferential, that can be performed on all major construction materials or pressure vessels. Each rolled tube undergoes non-destructive testing and complies with ASME, AFNOR, EN, DIN, AWS, and AD regulations.


It is important for us to deliver safe and guaranteed work. Believing in this, we have obtained ISO 3834-2:2005 certifications and ASME MARK PRT Sez. I and VIII Div.1, which attest to the quality of our products. The individuals working with us are well-prepared to adhere to and comply with ASME, AFNOR, EN, DIN, AWS, AD and AD2000 regulations. We collaborate with various sectors, from mechanical to naval, from petrochemical to mining, which are subject to inspections and verifications by organizations such as I.I.S. – Ri.Na. – Lloyd’s Register.


With high precision. Thanks to advanced inspection tools, we ensure a product of the highest quality and safety. Each welded tube can undergo non-destructive testing, including X-ray Radiographic Testing (RT), Ultrasonic Testing (UT), Mechanized Ultrasonic Testing (UT TofD), Magnetic Particle Testing (MT), and Liquid Penetrant Testing (PT). This allows us to maintain high-quality standards and provide a safe product with targeted inspections.

Additional services

Additional services

Additional services

A 360-degree service to meet every customer’s
need for the processing of thick sheet metal.

A 360-degree service to meet every customer’s need for the processing of thick sheet metal.

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Low alloy steel2023-07-20T10:11:03+02:00

Low-alloy steel is a metallic alloy primarily composed of iron and a carbon content of less than 2%. This type of steel is valued for its versatility and ability to be shaped into a wide range of forms and products, thanks to its combination of hardness and flexibility.

Construction steel2023-07-13T12:36:13+02:00

High-strength steel is a strong alloy with high mechanical properties. It is used to produce components subjected to intense stress in many industries such as construction, automotive, and aerospace. It has greater resistance to breakage compared to other types of steel and is therefore suitable for safe and reliable components.

Wear-resistant steel2023-05-04T12:20:34+02:00

Wear-resistant steel has superior mechanical properties thanks to elements such as chromium, molybdenum, and tungsten. It is used to prevent wear and abrasion in many industries such as mining, steelmaking, petrochemical, and mechanical. It has greater resistance to wear and deformation than other steels, ensuring greater durability and less maintenance of components.

Pressure steels2023-07-17T15:51:03+02:00

Pressure steel is a tough and durable alloy used in the production of components subjected to high stress and extreme conditions. It has high corrosion and wear resistance, making it a reliable choice for many industries including chemical, petrochemical, and mechanical.

Structural steel2023-05-04T12:16:40+02:00

Structural steel is a strong and versatile material used in construction. It has high strength, can be shaped into many forms, and is lightweight, making it easily workable and transportable. It also has high corrosion and rust resistance, ensuring durability over time.

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