Stainless Steel is a low carbon type of steel which contains at least 10% chromium by weight. Elements may include iron, nickel, chromium, and manganese. Together they have the remarkable primary common characteristic of resistance to chemical attack or corrosion, making them well suited for clean environments.

Applications

  • Consumer Appliances
  • Architectural
  • Transport & Containers
  • Chemical & Pharmaceutical
  • Food Processing
  • Oil & Gas