When buying a stainless steel sink, one of them is to t […]
When buying a stainless steel sink, one of them is to touch the thickness of the sink. If a thin sink is a crime that can't escape the workmanship anyway, it's definitely not good. If it is thicker, it will be better. What?
In fact, it is not true. The thicker it is, the better it is. The following AFA Stainless Steel Sink Manufacturers will come to discuss with you:
1.The integrally stretched water tank has a thickness of about 0.8-1 mm. Because this thickness is generally used for decades, unless there is violent destruction, there will be no problem. And this thickness is also a suitable thickness for the integrated press when stretching the sink. It is too thick, and if it is stretched, it will crack. Therefore, the thickness of the stretching tank is the most suitable.
2.In addition to stretching the sink, the other is a manual sink. The manual sink is a sink formed by welding the gaps together after the machine is bent. Generally, the thickness of the manual sink is about 1.2mm. If it is too thin, it is not good to weld, so the manual sink should be thicker. However, the manual sink exceeds this thickness and is not too good. The thickness is too high, but it means that the elasticity of stainless steel is lost.
3.be careful to replace with low-cost stainless steel, the one-stretched stainless steel is too thick, the integrated press machine will not help, if the small manufacturer replaces the cheap 201 stainless steel, or the stainless steel below the 304 mark, although good Stamped, but increased the possibility of rust, greatly reducing the life of the sink. Therefore, the sink is still 0.8--1.2 with a normal thickness.