25 Oct 0
No matter where you look in the health industry you’ll come across stainless steel in one form or another. It’s been shown that stainless steel is suitable for use in many areas within the health industry including the manufacture of surgical instruments, operating tables and stretchers. It’s also used in sanitation, the preparation of food, and beverage processing.
Unlike any other materials, stainless steel is hard and robust and it’s this particular property which makes it so popular in the health industry which is used to experiencing high traffic both in and out. We’ve put together other benefits of stainless steel in the health industry.
Stainless steel studies have shown that this remarkable material can last for decades without the need for replacement. It goes without saying that this makes stainless steel an economical choice but even better, should a product be due for replacement, the good news is that it can be easily recycled.
Items made from stainless steel are strong – so strong in fact they rarely break or crack. This is the reason that some of the toughest medical equipment is made from stainless steel. In addition, it can resist low and high temperatures.
Products manufactured from stainless steels such as sinks, tanks, and cabinets are chosen because of their resistance to rust. Whether they’re exposed to dust or high temperatures they rarely rust and instead maintain their natural sheen.
Because stainless steel is not porous it’s easy to clean products made from steel by applying washing detergents to them as you clean. This product is ideal for food facilities because it allows them to be effectively and quickly washed.
Stainless steel is also resistant to most acidic and alkaline solutions. This makes it the ideal choice for kitchens in hospitals because it’s able to resist any aggressive fluids.
Finally, stainless steel is the choice of many industries because of its attractive appearance. The shiny surface never fails to catch the eye and its gloss remains intact even when it’s in close contact with other utensils. Even when stainless steel becomes scratched, it’s possible to erase fine scratches by buffing lightly with a non-abrasive cleanser. Deeper scratches may call for a more dramatic approach such as sanding down the product by rubbing in the direction of the grain.
At Metro Steel, we have the know-how and experience to produce high quality, affordable stainless steel items for a variety of industries. Utilising the latest technologies and fabrication equipment we can make practically anything from stainless steel and can custom products which will exceed your expectations. Call us today on 07 3204 1000 to discuss how we can help you.