Washfountain Bowls Material Series – Stainless Steel

Posted by Tony Beuche on Sep 14, 2012 6:26:02 AM

This is the second of a 4 part series on our Washfountain bowl materials. Each Friday throughout September we’re featuring a particular material and explaining what makes it special and why it might work better in certain applications than another material choice.

Week 2: Stainless Steel

Stainless Steel WashfountainStainless steel is most often chosen for its durability and light weight. Most customers are familiar with stainless steel, but aren’t aware that acid chemicals, chloride compounds, steel wool cleaning pads, and ferrous metal filings can make stainless steel rust. Abrasive cleaners can be used to remove stubborn stains from stainless steel. It is the second most expensive material and is most often used in manufacturing, food processing, and medical facilities. It’s a good choice where stain resistance is the most important feature.

Stay tuned for info about the other Washfountain materials Bradley has available!

Read the other posts in this series
Week 1: Terrazzo
Week 3: Stainless Steel
Week 3: Terreon
Week 4: Bradstone

Topics: Stainless Steel, Washfountains, Materials

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