Stainless Steels

  • Stainless Steels

    Published by: INAMESA

    In Materials


    Stainless steels are more resistant to corrosion and staining than are carbon and low activation steels. This type of superior corrosion resistance is produced by the addition of the element chromium to alloys of iron and carbon.


    • High temperature resistance.
    • Resistance to cryogenic temperatures.
    • Resistance to sudden temperature variation.
    • Surface finishes and varied shapes.
    • Strong visual impact (modern, light and prestigious)
    • Favorable cost/benefit ratio.
    • Low maintenance cost.
    • Recyclable material.

    Stainless steel must be cleaned to maintain its good appearance and to preserve its resistance to corrosion. Stainless steel components will not corrode under domestic use conditions, provided the proper type has been selected and normal procedures have been followed.

    At INAMESA, you will find the best stainless steel products with the highest quality standards for your company and each of your projects. If you want more information, do not hesitate to contact us.

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