Stainless Steel: is a ferrous alloy with a minimum of 10.5 % chromium content by mass. This proportion may increase to 25 % depending on where it is used.
Chromium oxide layer on stainless steel delays oxidation by preventing surface corrosion.
It is important to identify conditions of environment the product is going to be utilized in order to decide on proper kind of stainless steel. Because there are many types of stainless steel for indoor and outdoor. 304 and 316 stainless steels are most common types preferred in the market.
Hundred percent recyclability is the most prominent feature of stainless steel.
Because stainless steel is more durable, long lasting and functional than its alternatives, maintenance of the machinery with stainless steel is more cost-efficient and they deliver higher performance.
STAINLESS PRODUCT MANUFACTURING
The process of manufacturing products with stainless steel applied by Legend Industrial is as follows:
-First, needs of the company are determined in real terms.
-Proper stainless steel type is chosen.
-And stainless steel is manufactured with reasonable costs within the shortest possible time.
If need be, before manufacturing, technical analysis is performed in accredited laboratories and collaborative studies are performed in R&D (Research and Development) centers of universities. Prominent reason of these studies is to be able to decide on the stainless steel type meeting our customersâ€™ demands.
Our purpose is to make the right decision on investment costs of manufacturing stainless steel product(s) at the outset.
Some of many products Legend Industrial manufactures are:
-Vessels with various cubage and dimensions,
-Stainless sludge filters,
-Platforms, steps, handrails, and etc.
STAINLESS STEEL UTILIZATION AREAS
Stainless steel is harder and more thermoduric than iron. It does not rust because it is resistant to oxidation. This feature made it most common product in the industrial market. It has been preferred nearly in all areas where automation is used, such as in automotive industry, chemistry, white appliances, and textile. In addition to these, stainless steel is also commonly used in architecture.