Stainless steel cabinets give any workspace a sleek, modern look. Because they are easy to clean and maintain, the shiny look can be maintained with a simple all-purpose cleaner and quick polish.
Stainless steel also includes an invisible layer of chromium oxide. This protects the stainless steel material from stains and corrosion, keeping the material in its smooth, new look.
Not surprisingly, stainless steel is one of the most popular materials in the home and many work environments due to the high-end look it offers.
Stainless steel can be welded, bent, cut, and fabricated just as easily as other types of steel. This makes it an ideal material not only for cabinets, but also for other industrial steel worktop parts, including plates, rods, and tubing.
Make sure you work with distributors who receive their products from manufacturers with the latest equipment. New top-of-the-line machinery can cut, weld, and bend stainless steel to create a custom case for your workspace.
The strength-to-weight advantage offered by stainless steel is one of the most overlooked advantages of this material. High-strength dual-phase steels provide extra strength, but they also reduce the thickness of the material.
The choice of dual-phase grades provides cost savings over conventional grades because the cold-hardening properties of dual-phase grades reduce material thickness.