STAINLESS STEEL COUNTERTOPS
COUNTERTOPS & WORKBENCHES
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 of 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 countertops lead time is up to 5-6 weeks. Sizes over 192”, custom treatments, and cut-outs may take up to 8-10 weeks.
* Epoxy resin tops lead time for standard sizes and colors (black & gray) is 10 weeks. Custom sizes and colors may take up to 14 weeks.
Stainless Steel Workbenches
Our team has over 3 decades of experience in workbench manufacturing. Ask your Tops Consultant about our Stainless Steel workbench design and manufacturing services.
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Looking to buy top quality Stainless Steel Countertops made right here in the U.S.A? Contact us today for more information about our American made Stainless Steel Countertops!
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Stainless Steel Countertop Properties
|Application||Moderate to Heavy Duty|
|Heat Resistance||High (discolors)|
|Lead Time||5 - 6 weeks|
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
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.