Gaining experience in the industry since 1988, we have built a reputation as a specialist for all types of quality stainless steel fabrications.

At Redlands Stainless Steel (RSS) we have a wide range of stainless steel products in all the required forms. Our stock range includes SHS, RHS, angle, flat bar, round bar, tube, pipe and chain, as well a full range of screws, bolts and fittings.

What we do

  • 30 yrs Experience in Fabrication – Engineered Works, Construction and Project Work
  • Stainless Welding – TIG, MIG, Stick, Purge Welding
  • General Fabrication Work
  • Site Welding Available
  • Repairs & Maintenance Work
  • Hand Rails & Barrier Protection
  • Tables, Benches & Frames

Contact Us

The Owner

I’m Simon, owner of Redlands Stainless Steel.

Here is a bit about myself and the journey to opening Redlands Stainless Steel (RSS) with my partner.

I started my apprenticeship as a sheet metal worker, working in a rainwater goods and small metal products store. By the age of 21 I was a foreman and running a work shop with 4 tradesmen and 2 apprentices. I worked in this area for 10 years. I then progressed to mine and petrochemical work as a ticketed welder for 5 years. After this I moved into the food industry where I worked my way to the role of Site Supervisor. I ran installations of equipment, maintenance and repair work for break downs, and small and medium sized engineered and project work.

All this experience has encouraged me to open my own business.

What is Stainless Steel

Stainless Steel is a widely used material across industries because of its corrosion resistance and high versatility. Notably, this tough metal requires relatively low maintenance.
 
‘Stainless’ is a general term for stainless steel which requires a minimum of 10.5% Chromium. The Chromium content in the steel is very important as it creates a thin layer of chromium oxide on the surface of the metal to prevent corrosion and usage of the metal. We stock vast quantities of grades to cater for projects of all sizes and complexities. Call us today!

Recyclability

Stainless steel is a 100% recyclable metal due to the relative ease of extraction of its main alloys – chromium, iron, nickel etc. Using recycled metal is a much cheaper process than producing stainless steel from new raw materials and so it is much more cost effective for manufacturers to use recycled metal as much as possible. In addition to the cost benefits of using recycled metal, the CO2 emissions produced from recycling are much less than those produced from manufacturing from new.