We use #304 grade stainless steel in our products. It contains a maximum of 0.15% carbon, a minimum of 18% chromium and sufficient nickel to retain an austenitic structure at all temperatures. Grade #304 is the most versatile and the most widely used. Its chemical composition, mechanical properties, weld ability and corrosion/oxidation resistance provide the best all-round performance
The silver gray color of stainless steel does not clash with any other colors, making a very versatile furniture material. A high end sitting room with delicate decor is a place where a contemporary style table will fit with no problem. Likewise, a more rugged stainless table fits just fine in a hunting cabin full of leather and dark wood.
When choosing furniture of any sort most people tend to focus primarily on style and design. This just might be a mistake because many fail to consider practical solutions such as convenience, functionality and above all, durability. One such product that ticks all of these boxes is stainless steel