Corrosion Resistance

Lower alloy 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.

Fire & Heat Resistance

Special high chromium and nickel-alloyed grades resist scaling and retain strength at high temperatures.


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.

Aesthetic Appearance

The bright, easily maintained surface of stainless steel provides a modern and attractive appearance.

Strength-to-Weight Advantage

The work-hardening property of austenitic grades that results in a significant strengthening of the material from cold-working alone, and the high strength duplex grades allow reduced material thickness over conventional grades can provide cost savings.

Ease of Fabrication

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

Impact Resistance

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.




Courtesy of SSINA