Stainless Steel - 100 Not Out!100 years of Stainless Steel
BSSA

2013 marks 100 years since stainless steel was discovered in Sheffield. The BSSA have selected 50 applications and features that demonstrate how stainless steel has influenced our lives so far.

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Safe Food…Anytime, Anywhere

Queen Mary kitchens Inside a snack wagon

Courtesy of Rimex Metals (UK) Ltd

Stainless Steel has long been used where food is being prepared as the kitchens on the Queen Mary, launched in 1934, demonstrate. Importantly, its corrosion resistance means it is perfectly neutral to foodstuffs so the taste and appearance of foods remain unchanged. And the fact that it is easy to clean makes it the ideal material for environments where strict hygienic conditions are important.

Today, stainless steel is the number one choice, particularly when the cooking area is in public view such as restaurants, cafes, fast food outlets and even in the ubiquitous burger van!

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