Stainless Steel

Over the years, stainless steel has high demand in their use, especially in our daily life. As it is synonymous with functionality, warranty, elegance, hygiene and durability, stainless steel has become reference material for a without number of options, since unlike other metals, it contains chromium, which makes it resistant to corrosion and nickel, which gives the color silver, making it ideal for the manufacture of any element to be used both in indoor and outdoor: street furniture, kitchens, restaurants, hotels, utensils surgical, docks, boats, bathrooms and playgrounds, among others. It is a material with which you can work easily; It is ideal for the manufacture of elements of fasteners such as screws and anchors, decorative pieces, separators for panels and glass, fasteners for cables, turnbuckles and shackles, elbows, or ples and clamps among others. Uses addition, used in construction such as structures, coatings, facades, lighting, covering of floors, ceilings and decorative finishes, giving prominence to the space where it is used, for its high range of surface finishes: Matte, glossy, polished, frosted and satin. Stainless steels offer a high resistance to corrosion, an appropriate relationship with the resistance, mecanica-peso; also hygiene, resistance to elevated and cryogenic temperatures and properties long term value. This metal is divided into several types according to the place or use that apply you. The most traded types are 304 and 316. The difference existing between these stainless steels lies in that 304 contains chrome to 18 per cent and nickel to 8%, while 316 contains chrome to 16%, 10% and 2% molybdenum nickel, being this last element that provides corrosion resistance against chlorides (such as sea water and salts which defrost)who see the stainless steel for coastal applications and salt corrosion..