Stainless steel is the generic term used to represent the family of corrosion resistance alloys. This metal derives its name because it does not stain, rust or corrode, hence, called “STAINLESS STEEL”. Its properties are more enhanced with other elements such as Molybdenum, Nickel and nitrogen.
Stainless steel is a corrosion-resistant alloy of iron, chromium and, in some cases, nickel and other metals. Completely and infinitely recyclable, stainless steel is the “green material” par excellence. In fact, within the construction sector, its actual recovery rate is close to 100%.