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Types of Finishes - Stainless Steel Council Session 3

Stainless Steel Council

One of the aesthetic aspects of stainless steel is its "shiny" factor. If you're easily distracted by shiny things, this might be a good time for you to ask someone else to read this blog to you.

Grease Trap 101: Sizing

Sizing

Even more important than the type of grease trap you need is the size of grease trap you need. If you have a grease trap which is too small, then either you'll be cleaning it everyday or your grease trap will be allowing FOG through into the sewage system.

Grease Trap 101: Types

Types of Grease Traps

Grease TrapThe first is the Hydromechanical. These units rely on the principles of heat and gravity to separate the FOG from the waste water. Normally these units are carbon steel or plastic. Hydromechanical grease traps

Grease Trap 101: History

History of Grease Traps

In the world of restaurants today, a vague and ambiguous piece of equipment is being required by health inspectors everywhere. Some businesses, which have been in business for 20 years, are suddenly being required to install these in their stores. What are they?

Can Stainless Steel Rust? Stainless Steel Council Session 1

Stainless Corrosion

Around the office, we get a lot of questions about stainless steel. So the Prima Stainless Steel Council has decided to educate consumers on the finer points of commercial stainless steel products, in particular stainless steel work tables and stainless steel prep sinks.
Today we're here to answer your questions on rust. Most think that stainless steel cannot rust. I'm here to tell you that it can but corrosion is a better word for it. It is after all steel. Steel is made of carbon. Carbon + water = oxidation or rust.

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