The containers of stainless steel are destined to laboratory and to repeated manipulation of production, by his durability and high resistance.
Stainless steel has a basic composition of iron, carbon and chromium that gives it resistance to corrosion.
There are different grades of stainless steel, the most common being AISI 304 and AISI 316.
The grade AISI 316 has greater resistance than the AISI 304, before exposures to chloride and saline environments, thanks to its addition of molybdenum.
The formats vary depending on the customer’s needs and product requirements.
Polished Stainless Steel.
The drums and stainless steel containers are manufactured with a snap-on or ultraclean system.
The stainless steel containers can be full opening or closed with holes. Being containers of static handling, its use in upper opening, is more extended.
All containers are UN approved for liquids and solids.
They can be customized with a cylindrical, conical body, using heights and handles.
From 0.5 Lts to 300 lts.