S. S. Metal Industries are a firm that specializes in Railing, Balcony Railing Gates Grill, Balustrades, Handrail systems, Mall Projects, Railway Projects, Hotel Project & Bollards. We Provide non welded assemblies using machine parts and other collateral materials that are interchangeable within the railing systems.
All these products are made from Stainless steel & Carbon steel Backed with a team of professional to produce excellent products of unmatched strength and flawless finish,
this can Be seen in our product range.
The product is so versatile and aesthetically attractive that they're nearly everywhere for domestic, commercial and institutional buildings.
S. S. Metal Industries aims to Provide consumers with fashionable and user-friendly innovation that fulfill their growing materialistic and spiritual needs, resulting in The assimilation of both the external and internal souls of the people, S.S. Metal Industries upholds progressing with Time and emphasizing on technology motto has its horizon and on entering into the international fabrication market.
Contamination arises mainly from the surfaces of equipment which have previously been used in contact with carbon (mild) steel. The carbon steel and oxide scale may be smeared on and transferred to the stainless steel surface. While it is not always possible to have handled equipment dedicated for use with stainless steel, this should be done if possible (e.g., synthetic material slings). All other handling equipment should be cleaned prior to use with stainless steel. It is, therefore, advisable to plan and schedule the handling of stainless steel, because if handling equipment is used on a random basis, this cleaning is often neglected and contamination results.
Sometimes the appearance of rust streaks on stainless steel leads to the belief that the stainless steel is rusting, Look for the source of the rust in some iron or steel not actually a part of the stainless steel itself. Steel (ferrous) contamination is prevented by the use of stainless steel wire brushes and grinding with abrasives.
Soap or detergent and water, remove ordinary deposits of grease, dirt and similar contaminations. Washing should be followed by a water rinse and thorough drying. Tightly adhering deposits of food, oil, grease, millstone. Atmospheric stains and other light discolorations may be removed with the appropriate commercial cleaners.
Do not print, lacquer or varnish on stainless steel for maintenance. It is much safer and easier to clean the metal periodically than to rely on any sort of protective covering.