What Makes Stainless Steel So Sanitary

Stainless steel wins hands down when it comes to sanitary needs. Whether it's sanitary valves, sanitary strainers, or sanitary clamps, it doesn't really matter. Stainless steel is extremely sanitary, as well as very durable. A stainless steel pipe has a lifespan of more than 100 years.

What makes stainless steel so sanitary?

Why do we use stainless steel in sanitary process system?

As with all steels, stainless steel is primarily composed of iron and carbon. Steel is made in two steps.  First, iron ore is smelted in a blast furnace. Molten raw "pig iron" is blown with high purity oxygen in modern plants to reduce its carbon content. The other type of steel we’ll see in sanitary process are precipitation hardened martensitic or semi-austenitic steels.

Why Stainless Steel is best for Sanitary Filters?

In industries such as food and pharmaceuticals, sanitation standards are much higher and strictly enforced.  Naturally Sanitary Durability and Tolerance Highly Customizable

Is stainless steel more sanitary?

A stainless steel metal product is the most hygienic option for any industry due to its ease of cleaning and self-healing surfaces. Stainless steel sanitary fittings are classified according to the three categories of vessels they may be constructed for: pipes, tubing, and  hoses.

Tri Clover Sanitary fittings

1. Tri-Clover (TC) Clamp 2. Tri- Clover Ferrule 3. Tri- Clover Caps 4. Tri- Clover Fitting X MNPT 5. Tri- Clover Fitting X FNPT 6. Tri- Clover Hose Barb 7. 90 Degree Tri- Clover Hose Barb 8. Tri- Clover Elbow 9. Tri- Clover Tee 10. Tri- Clover Cross