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The Advantages Of Choosing Stainless Steel Cladding System

What is stainless steel cladding system? Simply put, it performs the same function that all types of cladding do, which is to protect the inside or the outside of a building, tool, instrument, object, structure, or appliance. There are many types of metal cladding available stainless steel, copper, and aluminum, for example and many types of non-metal cladding materials like wood, concrete, stone, and so on. The various cladding materials may be of course better suited to certain functions and applications. Stainless steel cladding, however, is a very high-quality, durable choice that outshines other cladding materials in many ways.

 

There are various types of stainless steel cladding technology commonly available; these include profile sheeting, composite paneling, and cassette paneling. Additionally, if a metal or alloy is said to be clad with stainless steel, this usually means that a thin layer of stainless steel – a veneer – is tightly bound to the surface of the metal. This technology is used for a variety of applications; coin minting is an industry that often utilizes this, although in this case stainless steel is not the cladding material of choice. When a full-gage alloy is not needed, this technique enables the manufacturer to use a slightly less durable, or cheaper, metal on the inside of the coin, while ensuring it will stand the test of time by cladding it with a more stable, long lasting metal coating.

 

When used for other applications, the cladding can add structural strength, while the other material might be selected for other important functions such as thermal or electrical conductivity. Stainless steel and other types of metal cladding can be produced in various shapes and forms, such as plates, wires, rods, veneers, pipes, and strips.

 

Stainless steel cladding system on elevator Stainless Steel Cladding: Applications and Benefits

 

Why choose stainless steel cladding over other cladding materials? There are many reasons that stainless steel is a good choice, although of course ultimately it does depend on whether the material is 100% suited to your application, or whether there is another material that would be better suited. Here are some of the reasons why stainless steel cladding is becoming a more and more popular choice

 

Durability & Technical Properties

 

Stainless steel is composed of at least 10.5% chromium (Cr) and more than 50% iron (Fe). While stainless steel is not strictly “stainless”, it is one of the alloys out there that is most highly resistant to corrosion, stains and rust. Stainless steel has a type of “self-healing” property – if scratched or faced with abrasions, the chromium-rich oxide layer on its surface simply repairs itself. (The presence of oxygen is needed for this oxidization process to take place.)

 

Although stainless steel cladding costs more than other types of metal cladding like aluminum, copper, and regular steel, the investment is well worth it. Stainless steel is so much more durable and resistant to environmental factors; its polish and shine can easily be maintained for decades. It will not be eaten away by rust, or change colour like copper is prone to do.

 

Architectural and Aesthetic Benefits

 

Stainless steel wall cladding is one of the most common uses for this material. Wall cladding may be used both on the exterior and interior of buildings, creating a striking architectural effect. Besides walls, stainless steel’s architectural uses include railings, door cladding, panelling, framing, and roof cladding. It is an incredibly versatile material, and can be fabricated to fit basically any shape, with a variety of possible textured surfaces.

 

Stainless steel cladding can help to create a range of styles, particularly clean, contemporary styles, and industrial, minimalistic styles. Additionally, it could also be used to highlight or complement more traditional looks, or to create an eclectic blend of classic and modern. Steel wall cladding can be easily installed over many other materials, such as stucco, brick, concrete, or cinder blocks. Whether you need wall cladding, or any other architectural component to improve or modify your home, office, or workplace, stainless steel is an option worth looking into.

 

Hygiene & Ease of Maintenance

 

There are some of the main reasons why stainless steel cladding is the top choice for commercial kitchens, hospitals, industrial appliances, custom store fixtures, cold storage facilities, and the like. In addition to its incredible self-repairing ability, stainless steel is easy to sanitize, maintain, and keep clean. The passive oxidized film that coats stainless steel renders it completely non-porous, and it simply does not compare to other cheaper metal choices, not to mention more porous materials like wood, concrete, or stone. No matter whether you run a small business, or a manufacturing plant – if you need top-quality, hygienic surfaces that require almost zero maintenance, stainless steel is the way to go.

 

Environmental Benefits

 

If you care about using recycled and recyclable materials that are easy on the environment, look no further. The majority of stainless steel we use today is composed of recycled stainless steel or metal that has already served another function in the past. Stainless steel itself is 100% recyclable, and even in the unfortunate event that some of it does end up in landfills, the material does no harm to the soil – it does not release any toxins or harmful chemicals. Lastly, given the very long lifespan of stainless steel, the energy used in its production and breakdown is minimal. Choosing stainless steel cladding is one step in the direction of making your business more sustainable.

 

The GTA’s Stainless Steel Specialists

 

As you can see, there are many factors that support the choice of stainless steel cladding. No matter what application you may need it for, it is an investment that will pay for itself in the long run. Given its lifespan, it ends up being cheaper than other materials that you may be tempted to use.

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