Why You Should Use Stainless Steel Sinks in Your House

Posted on May 18, 2012 by Reda Abouleish

Stainless steel sinks work in medical labs and in your home kitchen.

We can all learn something from university science departments and the medical field regarding hygiene and cleanliness.  Both continue to master the ability of maintaining clean, medically safe environments in a simple, easy manner by placing stainless steel sinks throughout.

By having these sinks in accessible areas, companies are stopping the spread of toxic chemicals and germs.  It is effortless to carry germs from your work to home but with stainless steel sinks the flow of spreading negative harmful substances is reduced significantly.  So why wouldn’t you adapt the same philosophy to your own home by using these sinks in your kitchen design?

When cooking in a kitchen, you have similar concerns as many pharmaceutical, science and health departments.  You need to prohibit the spread of food contamination of any sort.  Preserving your family’s health is a priority that is not taken lightly.  Resolve this issue with these sinks.  They are rust resistant, durable and are easy to clean.  If any leftover food items spread then you can stop contamination simply by wiping down the sink.  This also saves you time from having to spend on cleaning the sink and kitchen and more time to spend with the family, especially after serving a large family dinner.  The last thing you want to do after cooking, serving and eating is spend further exhausting energy cleaning up.

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Why University Science Labs Use Stainless Steel

Posted on May 3, 2012 by Reda Abouleish

Medical, research and university science labs choose to use stainless steel sinks.

Since I started writing this blog, I started noticing stainless steel in various industries and uses.  I have seen it in kitchen appliances, cookware, sterile dental tools and more.  But what I didn’t think about until I took a tour of the Arizona State University’s Science Department is the use of stainless steel laboratory sinks.

I have been commenting about the durability and the ease to clean stainless steel products throughout my blogs; thus, it makes perfect sense to use it in the interior of health, medical and science labs.

When working in a medical research facility you need to be certain your sinks will last and not disintegrate and/or be contaminated by highly toxic chemicals.  You want to get your money’s worth.   You are spending billions of dollars on research, testing medicines and hiring the best in the field.  The thing you need  to worry about is replacing every single station’s sink each month.  Stainless steel allows lab technicians to manage their tasks, clean up easily, and remain healthy and safe.

Stainless steel grade 316 is a common metal used in medical research.  It is erosion resistant and is able to stand up to different temperatures and environments.  Once a lab technician is finished with his/her work then that person can just wipe down the steel clean making this another appealing trait for this metal of choice.

To find out more about how your business and home can benefit from stainless steel and nickel alloy bars give National Specialty Alloys a call today.



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