Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink Is Preferably Cooled by a Cold Drawing Process

Update:14 Nov 2018

The material of the Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink is mainly stainless steel, artificial stone, ceramic and granite. It can be selected according to the style of the cabinet, the material of the countertop and the habit of use.

The ceramic material is heavy, and it is best to explain it in advance when purchasing cabinets, so that the cabinet and the countertop can give enough support to the sink. Ceramic sinks are resistant to high temperatures, easy to clean, and resistant to aging, but avoid collisions and scratches with hard objects. A scouring pad can be used for cleaning. If you encounter stubborn stains, you can use a wire, but be sure to wipe it gently.

Stainless steel sinks are the most widely used, and their metallic texture is better integrated into the overall style of the kitchen. There are many types of stainless steel, the most suitable for making the sink is the European 304 stainless steel, which is corrosion resistant, oxidation resistant, tough, and durable.

The Stainless Steel Sink Colander is preferably cooled by a cold drawing process, which ensures that the physical structure of the steel is not damaged and maintains the original corrosion resistance. The pelvic floor does not require coating, is tough and durable, and is often used. Stainless steel tanks cast using the cold drawing process do not require a coating, so a multi-polished mercerized surface is a good choice. Some people think that the matte surface looks more quality. In fact, the matte surface of the sink is treated by an oxidized coating formed by the surface treatment of the pot body. When the coating falls off, the pot will be corroded quickly, so it is not A good choice. If you don't like the mercerized surface treatment, you can also choose fine embossing, which is a more scratch-resistant treatment than ordinary polished surfaces.