A gauge conversion chart can be used to determine the actual thickness of sheet metal in inches or millimeters.
10 gauge stainless steel thickness.
Sheet metal gauge size chart gauge or gage sizes are numbers that indicate the thickness of a piece of sheet metal with a higher number referring to a thinner sheet.
For example 18 gauge steel according to a gauge conversion chart is 0 0478 inch or 1 214 millimeter.
As the gauge number increases the material thickness decreases.
The equivalent thicknesses differ for each gauge size standard which were developed based on the weight of the sheet for a given material.
Weight per sq foot.
Thus a 10.
For other materials such as aluminum and brass the thicknesses will be different.
The values differ because gauge is a measurement of weight not thickness.
Gague are used to specify the thickness of a metal sheet.
Gauge and weight chart for sheet steel galvanized steel stainless steel aluminum and strip tubing.
Sheet metal gauge thickness chart 2019 10 24t01 36 33 00 00 when working with sheet metal the term gauge is often used.
Sheet metal thickness gauges for steel are based on a weight of 41 82 pounds per square foot per inch of thickness.
Wire gauge is a measure for the size of a wire either in diameter or in cross sectional area.
Ten gauge galvanized steel is 0 1382 inch thick and 10 gauge stainless steel is 0 1406 inch thick.
Gauge ga standard steel thickness.
304 stainless steel is the most widely used of all of the stainless steel grades.
For full table with stainless steel aluminum strip and tubing rotate the screen.
Gauge to thickness chart gauge stainless galvanized sheet steel aluminum fraction inches mm inches mm inches mm inches mm 30 0 0125 0 33 0 0157 0 40 0 0120 0 30 0 0100 0 25.
Gauge to thickness chart click here for a printable pdf chart gauge.