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Stainless steel cleaning

Stainless steel cleaning

The leading properties of stainless steel include long life and low maintenance, so it is not necessary to maintain special stainless steel. Corrosion-resistant material of the appropriate grade with the appropriate surface treatment is used together with suitable design details and an adequate maintenance plan. Important aspects of material selection, production, welding and maintenance are always available from stainless steel manufacturers. It is therefore essential to choose the appropriate material class according to the requirements of the final product.
Routine washing of stainless steel with detergents followed by rinsing with water and drying with a cloth is sufficient to maintain the aesthetic appearance of the surface. It depends, of course, on the aesthetic requirements, location and frequency of surface cleaning. Under no circumstances is it possible to use abrasive materials such as wire wool to clean the surface. If it is necessary to clean heavily soiled surfaces, it is good to turn to experts for help.
When placing stainless steel outdoors, it should be borne in mind that joints and horizontal coating lines accumulate airborne contaminants, which is not desirable. Rainwater helps to clean stainless steel and its modeled or unidirectional surface treatment should therefore be best directed with the lines running vertically downwards, towards the free flow of rainwater.

In our production program we offer machine and manual grinding or polishing. We will be happy to advise you on the suitability of the choice of the type of surface treatment, you can read more about our production program here: https://www.frunek-inox.com/production-program

"We are also able to offer the production of other surfaces based on specifications or samples from the customer."

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Stainless steel polishing

Polishing stainless steel

Stainless steels represent a group of materials with unique properties. Thanks to the chromium-oxide film on the surface, stainless steel does not require an additional protective surface against corrosion. If the surface is damaged, the protective film can regenerate itself due to the presence of oxygen.
Stainless steels are very suitable for construction applications, especially because they are easy to form and weld, have a long service life and require little maintenance. Stainless steel can be easily processed by processes such as bending, pressing, drilling or welding. At the same time, it can be easily connected to other materials by welding, soldering or gluing. It can also be used in interiors where brushed or just polished stainless steel is most in demand.
Polishing stainless steel is a multi-stage process by which the surface of stainless steel can be modified to a high or mirror gloss. It is necessary to soften the surface through sanding and brushing so that it can be polished to the required degree of gloss. This process must be done very carefully. This is the only way to achieve the desired result. All properties, such as surface resistance, are retained even with this surface treatment. And this is one of the reasons why polished stainless steel is so popular, both indoors and outdoors.

In our production program, we offer three levels of polished surfaces: Gloss, Mirror Gloss, which differ in gloss quality. The quality is associated primarily with the complexity of the fittings, which is duly reflected in the prices of polished surfaces. You can read more here: https://www.frunek-inox.com/production-program

"We are also able to offer the production of other surfaces based on specifications or samples from the customer."

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS OF SECTIONS MACHINING

  • Tubes

    diameters 8 x 1 mm through 300 x 3 mm
  • Square tubes

    10 x 10 x 1 mm through 200 x 200 x 6 mm
  • Square bars

    10 x 10 mm through 50 x 50 mm
  • Flat steel

    10 x 5 mm through 200 x 10 mm
  • L and T sections

    20 x 20 x 3 mm through 100 x 100 x 10 mm
  • Round steel

    8 mm through 80 mm
Cut shapes, blanks, piping parts, weldments, and other parts based on individual consultation.

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Brass cleaning

Cleaning brass

The remarkable orange-gold color is due to the combination of copper and zinc. This unusual color is so readily used in the decoration of houses and apartments. As a result of oxidation, a green-gray coating appears on brass objects, which we want to avoid in most cases.
We can find professional cleaners on the market. However, metal objects can also be taken care of with substances commonly used in the household. In particular, the kitchen and bathroom are full of easily accessible and easy-to-use resources. So how do you clean brass at home? You can choose from classic combinations used at home, such as vinegar and baking soda, lemon juice or just soapy water and a cloth. However, it is necessary to distinguish whether it is pure brass or glossy brass. Under no circumstances should it be used to use brute force when cleaning. The color may change. The surface of brass objects must be handled very carefully, as it is a soft metal prone to mechanical damage. Therefore, it is also advisable to consider the possibility of contacting specialists with cleaning.
The main specialization of our company is the surface treatment of stainless steel. In our experience, we recommend that some products be made of stainless steel with a polished surface and coated with titanium nitride. It is a chemical-thermal process, when a mechanically resistant surface of golden color is achieved, which does not change its appearance, is indistinguishable from polished brass, does not need to be painted and does not require any further maintenance.
"We are also able to offer the production of other surfaces based on specifications or samples from the customer."

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Brass polishing

Polishing brass

Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc (it contains up to 40% zinc), but it can also contain other metallic additives, such as lead, aluminum, tin, manganese, iron, chromium or silicon.
Due to its unique properties, brass is very popular when creating interior accessories for houses and apartments. It has a wide application in design, art, architecture, but also in other industries.
Brass can be polished, brushed and chemically treated - patina. Polishing gives an exclusive look, which, however, must be regularly maintained or the surface painted, which has its disadvantages. If the paint is damaged, the surface begins to oxidize and gradually acquires a darker color - the so-called patina.
Polishing brass is a demanding process that requires knowledge of technological procedures. For a perfect final surface, it is necessary to choose the right abrasive, polishing wheels and paste. The expertise of the polisher is essential, which determines the grinding and polishing process according to the type of brass, the shape and size of the parts or products. If we do not paint the final surface, but still want to maintain its shiny golden appearance, it is often necessary to polish the surface with special means that are designed for that.
Brass is a soft metal, prone to mechanical damage and oxidation and is difficult to maintain. For these reasons, we recommend some parts from the field of design, art ... made of stainless steel with a polished surface and coated with titanium nitride. It is a chemical-thermal process, when a mechanically resistant surface of golden color is achieved, which does not change its appearance, is indistinguishable from polished brass, does not need to be painted and does not require any further maintenance.
"We are also able to offer the production of other surfaces based on specifications or samples from the customer."

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS OF SECTIONS MACHINING

  • Tubes

    diameters 8 x 1 mm through 300 x 3 mm
  • Square tubes

    10 x 10 x 1 mm through 200 x 200 x 6 mm
  • Square bars

    10 x 10 mm through 50 x 50 mm
  • Flat steel

    10 x 5 mm through 200 x 10 mm
  • L and T sections

    20 x 20 x 3 mm through 100 x 100 x 10 mm
  • Round steel

    8 mm through 80 mm
Cut shapes, blanks, piping parts, weldments, and other parts based on individual consultation.

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