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Materials used for preparation, processing, and storage of beverages, dairy and food products must be corrosion resistant and chemically inert. For these reasons, stainless steels are widely used in these applications. Moreover, they can be easily cleaned and sterilized without loss of properties, and can be readily fabricated by a variety of techniques.
Materials are selected on the basis of their resistance to corrosion in a specific service environment and operation pattern of plants. In practice, variety of austenitic and ferritic stainless steels is used. Nevertheless, martensitic and duplex stainless steels are also used in beverage, dairy and food contact applications.
Easy to clean
Low life cycle cost
Processing and storage tanks & vessels, pumps, pipelines and tubes, taps and valves
Boilers and steam heaters
Hot water tanks
Cookers, heaters, ovens - internal panels, burners, conveyors, grills, shelves and baking trays
Wine storage vats, pipelines, pumps and valves
Saucepans, kettles, confectionery moulds
Stainless steel pipes and tubes have significant applications in chemical, processing and oil & gas industries. They exhibit superior corrosion resistance, heat resistance and low-temperature properties, and can be used as raw materials that can withstand harsh environments as seen in petroleum, brewery, sugar, refining, and oil & gas industries.
Chemical, processing, and oil & gas industries have propelled the demand for stainless steel by creating a large market for stainless tanks, pipes, pumps, and valves. Special grades of stainless steel have been developed to ensure greater corrosion resistance for a broad range of temperatures. These are used in desalination plants, sewage plants, offshore oil rigs, harbor supports, and ships propellers.
Efficient heat transfer
Low life cycle cost
Processing and reaction vessels
Pipelines and Tubes
Taps and valves