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Bugs, expansion,contraction.. like this problem faced? why people prefer durable products, if alternative materials available also, what exactly you know about your own kitchen?
Cost is always associated with a value of money, before buying products confirm whether worth to invest in that product or what basis you are investing?
How you can calculate life cycle of your kitchen
- Investing in material cost
- Manufacturing & Installation cost
- Maintains cost periodically
- Replacement cost
- Cost of replaced material & time
- Scrap value of replaced materials
Compare all these factors with your kitchen before you want to buy a kitchen then ask your friends to Want to know about your kitchen?
What makes fireproof in stainless steel kitchen and how?
Please go through some Stainless steels have good strength and good resistance to corrosion and oxidation at elevated temperatures. Stainless steels are used at temperatures up to 1700° F for 304 and 316 and up to 2000 F for the high-temperature stainless grade 309(S) and up to 2100° F for 310(S).
Based on these are all factors we are designed & developed fire proof kitchens,
Along with this, we are using a packing material in-between stainless steel foam material to avoid fire & making a solid panel
Stainless steel is a metal alloy with about 10-11% chromium. Exposing it to air causes the chromium in the metal to form a film of chromium oxide over its surface. This film prevents the steel from rusting by protecting it from moisture and air, it is also non-toxic. Even when the metal is scratched the chromium oxide reforms seamlessly.
We can use stainless steel without the worry of rust and unlike aluminium and iron, it is also non-reactive which makes it an excellent choice for preparing and cooking acidic foods. In fact, stainless steel is a popular choice of material for commercial kitchens and has been used for decades, The Queen Mary launched in 1934 with a stainless steel kitchen. Its non-corrosion state means that it is perfectly neutral to food so that the taste and appearance remain unchanged.
What kind of stainless steel is food grade?
The two most common grades of stainless steel used for food preparation and dining are 18/8 and 18/10. They are also known as Type 304 (304 Grade) which are part of the 300 series. The first number,18, refers to the amount of chromium present and the second represents the amount of nickel. Most containers, pipework and food contact equipment is manufactured from either 304 or 316 type authenticate stainless steels. However, the 430 type is often used for splash-backs, housings and equipment enclosures, where corrosion resistance requirements are not so demanding.
Stainless steel is so easy to clean it makes it the number one choice for environments where strict hygiene conditions are important which is probably why it is found in many commercial kitchens today from your top quality restaurants right through to the humble burger van.
It’s no secret that two of the greatest contributing factors in pest management are sanitation and exclusion; giving pests less food and water to consume, and minimizing the places in which they can enter and hide. That said, overcoming those two issues is much easier said than done.
Cockroaches are generally found in cracks and crevices of warm, moist or wet locations. They thrive in kitchens due to the plethora of these types of harbourages and the abundance of food debris that lodges in and around these areas. Although they prefer fermented food spills, cockroaches are general feeders that will readily feed on anything from food crumbs to spilled beer to stained clothing and even dried glue. This is why sanitation becomes critical in cockroach control; as long as there are greasy floors and food spills or residue, cockroaches will have food to eat. Stainless steel material will give solutions to sanitation & exclusion through Stainless steel material grade 304 and no option or space to enter in kitchen
The most important corrosion consideration with stainless steels is pitting.
Micro-pitting is manifested as surface rust staining and is generally considered unacceptable for a material basically selected for its aesthetic appearance and corrosion resistance.
Factors affecting durability
The durability of the stainless steel depends on: –
Stainless steel grade
Stainless steels can be susceptible to certain localized corrosion mechanisms, namely crevice corrosion, pitting, intercrystalline corrosion, stress corrosion cracking and bimetallic (galvanic) corrosion. Localized corrosion is often associated with chloride ions in aqueous environments. Corrosion resistance relies on a good supply of oxygen. Higher levels of chromium, nickel, molybdenum and nitrogen increase resistance to localized corrosion.
Grade 316Ti is a 316 type stainless steel, stabilized with titanium to reduce the risk of intergranular corrosion (ICC). The 316L 1.4404 or 1.4432 grades can be considered as alternative choices. Under most conditions 316Ti and 316L are interchangeable, but the elevated temperature strength, corrosion resistance, machinability, cold-flammability and polishing characteristics can affect the final choice of grade. Want to know about your kitchen?
Most people are familiar with metals, to include stainless steel, corroding when it’s exposed to environments such as seawater. Often, without understanding the exact science of what is occurring, people accept that exposing a metal product to seawater has a damaging effect. The science behind corrosion from seawater is that the water contains chlorine, which is corrosive to metals, including stainless steel. However, corrosion of stainless steel can also occur without producing any corrosion products to analyze (other than rust), and when an obvious corrosive environment is unable to be detected
To understand what makes stainless steel rust it is first important to understand the science that typically prevents it from rusting. Steel is made of iron and carbon, and stainless steel contains iron, carbon, and anywhere from 12-30% chromium. Stainless steel can contain other elements such as nickel and manganese, but chromium is the key element which makes it rust resistant. When the surface of normal steel is exposed to oxygen, it usually forms ferric oxide (Fe2O3) which has the well-known red rust color. Ferric oxide doesn’t form a continuous layer on the steel because the oxide molecule has a larger volume than the underlying iron atoms, and eventually spalls off leaving fresh steel exposed which then starts a deleterious rusting cycle. When stainless steel is exposed to oxygen, chromium oxide is created on the surface of the steel because chromium has a very strong affinity for oxygen. The chromium oxide is a very thin layer which doesn’t spell off, and it prevents further oxidation of the stainless steel. Even if stainless steel is scratched and the chromium oxide layer is removed, a new chromium oxide layer will form and protect the rest of the stainless steel beneath it. As long as there is sufficient chromium present, the chromium oxide layer will continue to protect the stainless steel and prevent it from rusting,
CONCLUSION:- now cleared now also feeling good or something ? the same question asked your relatives Want to know about your kitchen?
These are all Motivate to buy a stainless steel durable, hygienic, water resistance, corrosion free, pest free, fire-proof modular kitchen Cabinets, if they have a lot of alternative materials available in the market also
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