Stainless steel remains the most commonly used solution in the food and agricultural industries. Due to its:
- Chemical and organoleptic neutrality
Stainless steel's inertness makes it ideal for use within the agricultural and food industries. This particular quality means that no molecules are transferred between the food and the stainless steel, making it a hygenic solution.
- Stability, corrosion resistance
Stainless steel is well know for its performance in corrosive environments such as chlorinated water, cleaning and disinfecting agents (acid or alkaline detergents, chlorinated alkalines, etc.), brines, acid food (rhubarb, etc.). This quality ensures the durability of installations and machinery.
- Ease of cleaning and disinfecting
Compared with other materials also used in contact with food, stainless steel is easier to clean and disinfect. Opting for a stainless steel solution therefore leads to increased productivity, financial gain and guaranteed cleanliness.