It is resistant to high heat and chemical corrosion, containing at least 10.50% chromium and varying amounts of nickel in its alloy. These steels, which do not have any magnetic properties but can be shaped by cold working, cannot be applied with heat treatments due to the small amount of carbon they contain. The most used and known grades among stainless steels also fall into this group. The most versatile and most used stainless steel in the world comes in 304 quality. Its austenitic structure and intermediate annealing require deep plastering. Due to this situation, it is widely used in products that require deep plastering, such as pots with handles, natural gas chimneys and sinks.