Why Stainless Steel

Choosing stainless steel metal kitchens is choice of elite, where it is the best healthy metal
that does not interact with any of the food, all kind of food components, and
stainless steel is an insect repellent and against microbes.
Stainless steel is appropriately named, as it is a type of steel that has
a unique ability to resist stains and corrosion.
The many unique values provided by stainless steel make it a powerful candidate
in materials selection. Engineers, specifiers and designers often underestimate
or overlook these values because of what is viewed as the higher initial cost
of stainless steel. However, over the total life of a project, stainless is
often the best value option.

Benefits of Stainless Steel

Corrosion resistance

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Lower alloyed grades resist corrosion in atmospheric and pure water environments, while
high-alloyed grades can resist corrosion in most acids, alkaline solutions, and chlorine
bearing environments, properties which are utilized in process plants. 
 

Hygiene

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The easy cleaning ability of stainless makes it the first choice for strict hygiene conditions,
such as hospitals, kitchens, abattoirs and other food processing plants.

Ease of fabrication

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Modern steel-making techniques mean that stainless can be cut, welded, formed, bended,
and fabricated as readily as traditional steels.

Impact resistance

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The austenitic microstructure of the 300 series provides high toughness, from elevated
temperatures to far below freezing, making these steels particularly suited to
cryogenic applications.

Long term value

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when the total life cycle costs are considered, stainless is often the least expensive material option.

Long life span

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Stainless steel does not fade or become discolored over time. It’s also a rust-proof and
stain-resistant, so it will maintain its shine and preserve all of the aesthetic qualities for
several years to come.

Germs resistance

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Because stainless steel is non-porous, it resists bacteria and germs more effectively than
wood or plastic surfaces. Stainless steel can be wiped clean with normal water after
use, and is an attractive option for homes with young children or for anyone
who wants to keep their kitchen as clean and immaculate as possible.

Aesthetically pleasing

 Stainless steel can complement almost any kitchen or home design, and the sleek,
gleaming metallic finish can be balanced out with wood or plastic.
Stainless steel is aesthetically pleasing and can be used as a surface
material on a variety of appliances, including dishwashers, washers,
dryers, countertops, refrigerators,and freezers.

Does not interact with flavors or foods

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Stainless steel is one of the most hygienic surfaces available,
so any foods that come into contact with the surface or material
do not attract dirt or germs. Stainless steel also does not react
with any foods that may be used during meal preparation and cooking.