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Stainless steel flanges is an iron based metal. Stainless steel flanges are normally chosen for their high resistance to corrosion and its high-temperature strength. Although they are chosen for their resistance to corrosion does not mean they are immune to it. Stainless steel flanges also show other characteristics like ductility and toughness which should be taken into consideration. Different types of stainless steels show considerable variations depending on a combination of its chemical composition and the aggressiveness of the environment.We manufacture flanges from sizes ½" to 36? and in dimensions from 15mm to 600mm. Instinox being Stainless Steel Flanges Manufacturers provides you with best quality & services

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Why choosing stainless steel is best for Commercial Kitchens?


Stainless Steel are alloys that are made up of iron and generally contain around 11.5% chromium. The addition of chromium allows the alloy to form a protective self-healing oxide film, thereby making them resistant to corrosion and oxidation even at extremely high temperatures. Due to this feature, stainless steel is used for making products across many fields. For obtaining special properties, nickel and other elements can be added to this alloy.

Stainless Steel has excellent resistance to corrosion, protection against corrosion, hygienic material, good strength and ductility, ease of fabrication, ease of maintenance, excellent durability.

Stainless steel is less reactive with foods as compared to other materials.

Therefore, it is used in different industries such as Food industry, Pharmaceutical industry, Petrochemical industry, Automotive industry, Construction industry, Oil and Gas industry, Medical field, Water and sewage systems, Aviation engine components, Nuclear industry.

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What is the difference between mild steel and stainless steel? Which is more stronger?


Stainless steel is stronger. It has a mix of other metals like chromium and vanadium which makes it stainless and generally more rustproof.

Mild steel is cheaper and is also known as high carbon steel. This is a softer steel and rusts very easily.

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What are the common causes of stainless steel rusting or corroding?


The most common cause of rusting or corroding is an Improper cleaning of your stainless steel. This could include not removing all the dirt, not thoroughly rinsing your stainless steel after washing, leaving some soap behind, and not thoroughly drying your stainless steel, allowing the iron in your water to react with the oxygen in the air leaving spots behind. Try avoiding the above in order to prolong your stainless steel life.

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There are many (>100) standard stainless steel alloys. The most commonly used stainless steel alloys in appliances are "austenitic" - these have a higher chromium content and added nickel. The nickel modifies the physical structure of the steel and makes it non-magnetic.

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