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 and Super 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