stainless steel countertops for lab facility

STAINLESS STEEL
COUNTERTOPS

Stainless steel is low carbon steel, which contains chromium at around 10%. Chromium gives the steel its unique stainless, corrosion resistant properties. Stainless steel has especially high levels of chromium and nickel-alloyed grades and is able to retain its strength at high temperatures up to 1500 F (816 C). Formaspace carries both 316 and 304 grade stainless steel. Contact your Tops Consultant to start your inquiry.
 
Stainless steel is low carbon steel, which contains chromium at around 10%. Chromium gives the steel its unique stainless, corrosion resistant properties. Stainless steel has especially high levels of chromium and nickel-alloyed grades and is able to retain its strength at high temperatures up to 1500 F (816 C). Formaspace carries both 316 and 304 grade stainless steel. Contact your Tops Consultant to start your inquiry.
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Stainless Steel Countertop Properties

Application Moderate to Heavy Duty
Material Metal Alloy
Corrosive Resistance Moderate
Carbon-based Resistance High
Heat Resistance High (discolors)
Moisture Resistance High
Impact Resistance High
Bacteria Resistance High
Lead Time 3 - 4 weeks
Investment $$$$
Stainless Steel Chemical
Resistant Test Results

Stainless Steel Data Sheet

Stainless Steel Countertops Applications

Stainless steel counter tops are recommended for carbon-based chemical labs, biomedical, pharmaceutical,
food labs, clean rooms, and specialty settings.
As a 100% low-energy recyclable product with an infinite lifespan, stainless steel is also recommended for
environmentally sensitive applications, such as LEED certified projects.

Stainless Steel Countertop Drafting Requirements

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Stainless Steel Surfaces
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Stainless Steel Edges

How to Clean Stainless Steel Countertops?

  • Clean spills immediately with a soft clean cloth. Always wipe dry in the direction of the stainless steel ‘grain’.
  • To remove grease or baked on foods, use a mild detergent with hot water. Clean with a soft nylon scrubby. Rinse and wipe dry in the direction of the grain using a soft or micro-fiber cloth.
  • Tougher stains can be removed by applying a paste of baking soda and liquid dish soap. Use a toothbrush to clean in the direction of the grain. Resistant stains can be treated with a 100% vinegar solution. Rinse and dry with a soft cloth in the direction of the grain.
  • Surfaces NOT used for food preparation can be treated / buffed with commercial stainless steel buffing polishes, lemon oil, or silicone sprays formulated for stainless steel surfaces.

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