Plastic pollution has become a reality by now. Plastics are ruining our ecosystem as they spread everywhere. Along with plastic pollution, there is a shortage of drinking water. As a result of climate change and global warming, water resources are being depleted due to the increasing consumption of water. Drinking water should be a part of normal life for everyone, everywhere, but that isn't the case.
The use of better options for reducing plastic pollution lies within our responsibilities as citizens. Water is wasted every day due to these cracks and leaks, which are also dangerous to human health. Corrosion and defective plumbing materials often cause leaks that introduce contaminants into the water supply. Small leaks can lead to gallons of potable water going down the drain through leaky pipes, faucets, and plumbing systems
To reduce plastic pollution and conserve water, we have a production consisting of an array of innovative tools and appliances. Our stainless steel tubes and pipes are a one-time investment.
The revolutionary technology used to fabricate rhinox stainless steel pipe fittings eliminates heat jointing, welding, and threading. We manufacture and supply high-quality tubing that can withstand the demands of a wide range of industries and applications. The tubing that we offer is made with only the highest quality components that are designed to ensure that you are getting the best possible performance as part of your water system.
In terms of sizes, shapes, and alloys, our tubing has met or even exceeded industry standards. Polyethylene (PE) coated tubes protect from harsh elements while insulated tubes maintain stable temperatures.
Gas tungsten welding with autogenous (fusion) longitudinal processes is a top-notch means of producing stainless steel tubes. Weld seams are very narrow, heat-affected zones are small, and weld seam heights are low in this process.
In addition to the pipe being sawn to size, the pipe's cut edges are machine-polished to remove any burn marks. Thus, injury is prevented while ensuring perfect function.
Modern equipment allows the mechanical smoothing of weld roots to be seamlessly integrated into the manufacturing process. This is where we have a leading position.
The grinding of the pipes creates a defined appearance. The result is consistent grinding patterns and aesthetically pleasing surfaces.
Look at the advantages and possibilities of stainless steel before making a choice.
Corrosion resistance is a characteristic of all stainless steel. Our highly alloyed grades can resist corrosion when in contact with harsh environments which contain chlorides, particularly in acidic, alkaline, and chloride-containing solutions.
Stainless steel has good strength and good resistance to corrosion and oxidation at elevated temperatures. The high chromium content of stainless steel assists them in dealing with higher temperatures and being resistant to scaling at elevated temperatures.
There are a wide variety of stainless steels which are easy to cut, weld, form, machine, and fabricate.
It is possible to reduce material thickness and weight by applying the cold work hardening properties of many stainless sheets of steel. Components made from other stainless steel can be heat-treated to become very strong.
Hospitals, kitchens, food processing plants, and pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities use stainless steel because of its easy maintenance.
Due to its durability and low maintenance requirements, stainless steel is often the least expensive option in life cycle cost comparisons.
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.