Stainless Steel is worldwide accepted as a superior material for food processing equipment. offering the highest level of compliance with stringent health, hygiene and safety requirements. Food processing covers a spectrum of products from subsectors comprising agriculture, horticulture, plantation, animal husbandry, fisheries, and others. This is also used a lot in the kitchen as utensils. Since everything needs to get cleaned and wash in the kitchen many times for hygiene purposes it needs a material that won’t leave any stains or rust. All the pots, kettles, utensils, stoves are all part of a stainless steel hardware that we all use inside the kitchen. It made our life easier and it saved the environment by having the capacity of being able to re-use it not just once.
Have you ever wondered what would have happened if Stainless Steel was never invented? There would be a lot of changes towards the world especially in the fields of Architecture, Construction, Automotive, Transportation, Medical, Energy and mainly… the food industry. Stainless Steel is very important for the food industry due to its qualities such as excellent toughness/sturdiness, ductility, flexibility, formaility, high temperature oxidation resistance and the best material to be use on rigorous environments. Can you imagine always having to buy another pair of spoon and fork to use because they get rotten and unsanitized easily? with Stainless Steel you are able to wash it as many times as you want, disinfect it with boiling water and it won’t melt or rust. Due to it’s product qualities this material is good for the environment because we can always re-use steel products.
Here are examples of Stainless Steel that you might have missed inside your kitchen:
Tables & Sink:
Pressure Burners, Air Vents, Pots and Ovens:
Jelatin and Cake Molds: