Stainless steel is an iron-containing alloy with a 10,5% (and more) chromium and 1,2% (and less) carbon content that is resistant against corrosions due to a thin self-repairing passive layer on its surface.

Basic characteristics of stainless steel:
✓ Resistance against corrosion,
✓ Esthetic appeal,
✓ Heat resistance,
✓ Low life cycle cost (Life Cycle Cost / LCC),
✓ Fully recyclable,
✓ Biologically neutral,
✓ Easy production and cleaning.