Stainless steels are iron alloys with a minimum of 10.5% chromium. The rust resistance combined with Stainless Steel’s resistance to high and low temperatures means that it can be used for a very broad variety of applications where hygiene and sterilisation are required.
All Stainless Steel has a high resistance to corrosion. Low alloyed grades (Grade 304) resist corrosion in atmospheric conditions; highly alloyed grades (Grade 316, Marine Grade) can resist corrosion in most acids, alkaline solutions and chloride bearing environments.
- TIG Welding
- Press brake bending
- Sheared and sawn
- Brushed or Satin finish
- Electropolished finish
- Mirror polished finish
Stainless Steel is often used in the pharmaceutical, agricultural and catering sectors for its corrosion resistance, cleanliness and durability.
The aesthetic appeal of Stainless Steel makes it a very popular choice for many in domestic and commercial applications. It maintains a fresh, clean long term appearance, lasting years.
- Staircase handrails
- Kitchen and canteen furniture
- Machine parts
- Cabinets and shelving
- Tables, trolleys and racks
- Boat fittings and structural members
- Architectural components
- Food and beverage processing equipment
- Hot water systems
- Plant for chemical, petrochemical, mineral processing