Stainless Steel products are gaining popularity over time with Rhinox being one of the leading manufacturers of stainlesssteel tubes, pipes and fittings in the USA. Although there are some misconceptions in the market that needs to be addressed which often lead to poor information about stainless steel products. That's why in this blog, we are going to throw light on the common misconceptions about stainless steel and debunk them as concisely as possible.
For a long time, brass fittings were primarily used in industrial and commercial applications. Then stainless steel appeared and took brass to another level.
The versatile material stainless steel is made up of a steel alloy and a small percentage of chromium - the chromium contributes to the metal's corrosion resistance, a property that earned it its name.
Steel is an alloy made of carbon and other elements that make it highly durable and provides strength. Steel has a great history since the beginning of the early 20th century. It has developed into many other types. For better management, steel has categorized into different classes. One such Stainless steel class is 316L.