How to choose the stainless steel screen material?

As stainless steel screens are widely used in the decoration of hotels, restaurants, bars, families and other places, how to choose stainless steel screens has become a concern of many people. With doubts, let’s find out today.

What is the material of stainless steel 201 and 304? The choice of material is the first element in choosing a stainless steel screen, and it is also the most concerned issue of customers. Customers often ask: what kind of material to choose to ensure that the stainless steel screen can be used for a longer period of time while keeping the cost at a minimum? This requires a specific analysis of our specific situation.

1. If it is indoor decoration, there is no special requirement. We choose 201 stainless steel screen for general decoration, and the cost is relatively low. If there are higher requirements for stainless steel screens, it is recommended that customers choose 304 stainless steel. But relatively speaking, the price will be higher.

2. For outdoor decoration, it is recommended that customers choose stainless steel screens with materials above 304#. The outdoor stainless steel screen needs to withstand the wind and rain all year round, so the requirements for the corrosion resistance of the stainless steel screen surface are relatively high. Therefore, the selection of 304 stainless steel for outdoor decorative stainless steel screens is more in line with actual requirements.

It is worth noting that if the stainless steel screen is placed in the environment of a coastal city, it is recommended that customers choose a stainless steel screen made of 316 material. Because seawater contains salt, the salt will accelerate the corrosion of metals, so the corrosion resistance of stainless steel screens is required to be higher in the seaside environment with high salt content. The stainless steel screen made of 316 stainless steel is the best choice for seaside and chemical environments. It is worth repeating that in coastal areas, the use of 316 stainless steel may not necessarily rust.

Post time: Mar-16-2023