Stainless steel tables, chairs production process

Production Processes of Stainless Steel Tables and Chairs, Product Features & Precautions for Use

Production process for Stainless Steel Tables and Chairs:

Long-term receipt of customers’ inquiries on the Internet has allowed us to realize that apart from their general concern about table and chair pricing, they want to know more about the products’ material structures. Customers may know tables and chairs are made of a variety of materials, but they don’t have an in-depth understanding of each type of material.


Generally, the tables and chairs found on the market are mainly made of fire-resistant boards, solid wood, curved wood, melamine sheets, fiberglass reinforced plastic and stainless steel sheets. Among them, stainless steel sheets are considered the most durable materials. Prior to production of stainless steel tables and chairs, we must first ensure their load capacities before deciding the thickness of stainless steel sheets.


Meanwhile, stainless steel square tubes and round tubes are used as the support. These are essential materials while customers placing orders for stainless steel tables and chairs. A wise determination of materials is a guarantee that the stainless steel tables and chairs can be made properly.

Product features for Stainless Steel Tables and Chairs:

The reasons why more and more people are choosing to use stainless steel materials are that they have the advantages of high corrosion resistance, aesthetic, hygienic as the surface can prevent bacterial breeding, easy to clean, not easy to gather filth, and durability. These features have made stainless steel materials particularly ideal to use in hospitals, kitchens, and equipment in pharmaceutical plants, food processing mills, etc. Stainless steel products are 100% recyclable and they still have a remaining value even if used ultimately.


Precautions for use

If organic fluid is left on the surface of stainless steel tables and chairs, it will form organic acid in the presence of water and oxygen. This organic acid will corrode the metal surface over time. In addition, it will also form sulfuric acid, nitric acid and acetic acid stains to cause chemical corrosion when encountered with condensed water in the contaminated air (such as the presence of large amounts of sulfide, oxidized carbon, nitrogen oxide in atmosphere).


Precautions for Stainless Steel Tables and Chairs

The above situations can cause the surface coating of stainless steel tables and chairs to damage and corrode. So, to ensure an everlasting luster on metal surface, we suggest the following tips:


1.Clean and wipe the surface of stainless steel tables and chairs frequently to remove the contaminants and surface corrosion caused by external factors.


2.While using cleaning detergent to remove the contaminants or rust, please do a partial “rubbing” action to ensure the cleaning effect. If the test result is satisfactory, then do a comprehensive cleaning using this method. While cleaning, clean the rusty parts, and the surrounding areas as well as best as you can. If not, the stainless steel surface will look unpleasant due to uneven glossiness.


3.After using the cleaning detergent, you must wipe the surface with clean water thoroughly and ensure not to leave any chemical fluid residual on the stainless steel surface. Otherwise, the cleaning fluid will result in rusting phenomenon, and it may even cause your hands to get rough or generate rashes. Please put on rubber gloves while cleaning.


4.While using cloth, sponge gourd, nylon sponge, brush hook and cleaning brush in cleaning, please wipe or brush the stainless steel surface linearly. If you clean the surface in a circular motion, you can’t clean off the contaminated surface easily but may damage the surface glossiness to make it look ugly.


It is absolutely prohibited to use steel cleaning tools, such as sandpaper or cleaning detergent with rough ingredients. Although they can remove the stubborn contaminants easily but will also damage the stainless steel surface as well, and the residual iron powder is the cause to generate rust.