We supply only the highest quality stainless steel on the market, available in a variety of different profile types.
One of the most popular and widely-used is the stainless steel box section. To help you learn more about this profile, this blog post will detail what it is, its characteristics and what it’s typically used for.
What is a stainless steel box section?
Box section is a square or rectangular piece of metal with a hollow centre. Due to being hollow it tends to be fairly lightweight yet rigid, which makes it good for a number of different applications.
What are stainless steel box sections used for?
Suitable for a range of purposes, stainless steel box sections are commonly used for shop fittings, frame making and furniture.
Box section sizes
We offer stainless steel box sections in range of dimensions. Sizes start at 20mm x 20mm and go up to 100mm x 100mm. Levels of wall thickness range from approx 1.2mm to 5.0mm.
The standard length of a stainless steel rectangular tube is around 6m, but you can use our Custom Cut page to choose your exact requirement.
What grades are available?
Our box sections come in grade 304 which is the common grade used for catering equipment and shop fitting. It has a high nickel and chromium content, which means it’s very resistant to corrosion and oxidisation. Easy to clean, our sections come in a Satin Polished finish.
We can offer alternative grades and finishes if you can’t find what you’re looking for on our site.
We supply stainless steel for a number of different purposes, from pharmaceutical applications to kitchenware. And it’s not just box sections we supply, either; we’re stockists of stainless steel rods, angles and round tubes too.
All of our stainless steel is fully certified and sourced from only reputable mills.