Common sink materials include granite, quartz stone, ca […]
Common sink materials include granite, quartz stone, cast iron, ceramics, and stainless steel, etc. Faced with so many materials, why does Handmade Sink use stainless steel as the base material?
First of all, it is very good for tableware. Most of the tableware, tableware, and tableware are made of ceramics. When they are rinsed in the sink, slight collisions and vibrations will not affect them, because stainless steel is flexible and can offset a lot of force. The cast iron sink mentioned in Who is the tank in the sink, although the enamel surface is very strong, because there is no elasticity, bumps, and bumps are inevitable. The same is true for other quartz stones, ceramics, and granites.
Second, stainless steel is corrosion-resistant. In fact, water is relatively corrosive. Pure water does not have any corrosiveness. However, our daily water contains many ions. These ions can easily form electricity with iron and other metals through the water medium. Chemical corrosion, like a cast iron sink, is solid, but if the enamel layer is damaged, the water can easily etch through the damaged area. Because stainless steel contains nickel and chromium metal, it is very resistant to oxidation and corrosion, so it will not rust or be corroded.
Third, oil resistance performance is good. Nowadays, the surface of the sink is generally treated, such as drawing or frosting, which makes the oil resistance performance better. And it is easy to take care of. Even if there are oil stains on the wall of the sink, it can be washed off with warm water and wiped with a rag, which is very convenient.
Fourth, it has a long life. It is common for the sink to be used for more than ten years, and when it is broken, it is not the sink that breaks first. It is often the sink faucet or the drain pipe that has a problem. If it is repaired and replaced, it can continue to be used for a long time.
Fifth, high-temperature resistance. Generally, sinks often deal with hot water, hot pots, etc., with good thermal conductivity, which will not cause heat accumulation and will not cause damage to hot glassware.