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430 stainless steel sheet #4 finish is the brushed finish commonly seen on kitchen appliances and backsplashes. 430 Stainless Steel Sheet #4 finish has a PVC film on one side to help protect against scratching during fabrication and installation. Our 430 stainless steel sheet metal meets the criteria for both the #3 and #4 finish.
If the 430 stainless steel sheet #4 finish is under 48" long, the customer has a choice on which way the grain of the brushed finish runs (for a 10% extra cost). To choose the direction of the grain, simply put the dimension in the "length" of the cost calculator that you want to have the grain run. For instance, on a 5" by 10" piece that the grain needs to run along the 10" dimension, put the 5" dimension in the "width" of the cost calculator and put the 10" dimension in the "length". Then on fabrication options (step 4), click "Yes" in the grain preference box. This is important if you have multiple pieces and would like the grain to be consistent. If no grain preference is chosen, Stainless Supply will use whatever is the best yield.
If you need any fabrication (grain preference, hemming, rounded corners, bending), you must select the "cut to your size" option. The maximum thickness of 430 stainless steel sheet #4 finish that we can offer bending is 16 gauge. The maximum thickness of 430 stainless steel sheet metal that we can hem is 22 gauge.
430 stainless steel sheet metal is a slightly lower grade than the 300 series and is commonly used for applications when the metal needs to hold a magnet, which the 300 series does not. 430 stainless steel sheet #4 finish is slightly more susceptible to corrosion since it does not contain nickel or molybdenum like the 300 series. Common uses are for 430 stainless steel sheet #4 finish are automotive trim, kitchen appliances, sinks, decorative trim and any other application that requires stainless steel that will hold a magnet. This metal will hold a magnet, but not act as a magnet.
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