Linen is an embossed finish with a uniform texture, resembling woven linen, designed for use in architectural applications. It is produced with exacting process controls to ensure the highest degree of visual consistency. Linen can be applied to wall panels, elevator cabs, coping and trim. Since Linen has no coatings to deteriorate, it will last indefinitely with little maintenance.
The long term performance of Linen is dependent on proper grade selection. In most environments, Type 304 will be sufficient to prevent corrosion. In normal seacoast applications, Type 316 should be specified. If parts are to be welded, the low carbon versions of these grades (304L/316L) should be used. Download the complete PDF to view highlights of chemical analyses and properties. Severe environments such as seacoast atmospheres subjected to salt water spray and chemical plants will require different alloys, subject to application review.
Pounds Per Piece
Thickness (in.) x Width (in.) x Length (in.) x .292
Cut lengths up to 240" are available.
Since stainless steel is dimensionally stable up to 2000°F, Linen provides an added measure of protection in the event of a fire.
Linen is supplied to ASTM (American Society for the Testing of Materials) standard commercial allowances.
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