Steel is an alloy of iron and carbon, containing less than 2% carbon. The 5 broad stainless steel categories possess shared properties which make them a virtually universal material, well suited to the challenges of the present day.
Each category and each grade – thanks to its specific composition – is distinguished by specific advantages: corrosion resistance (if the surface is scratched, it regenerates itself), aesthetics; it has a great variety of surface finishes from matt to bright, including brushed and engraved. ).
Stainless steel is easy to clean and is a ‘green’ material par excellence as it is infinitely recyclable and has the best fire resistance of all metallic materials.