From small beginnings a hundred years ago, stainless steel has grown to be an integral part of our lives. Utilised primarily for its corrosion resistance, stainless steel is also found in applications where strength, innovation and aesthetics are important.
The Thames Barrier piers consist of wooden structures clad in maintenance free 0.3 mm stainless steel sheet.
Stainless steel is used to improve fire safety in tunnels.
The first surgical implants in stainless steel were performed as early as 1926.
11 million washing machines using stainless steel drums were produced in China in 2010.
There are more stainless steel facts in our gallery.
Impulse IMINOX. The First 100 Years of Stainless Steel: 1912-2012 - MUMEDI, Mexico, 13 September 2012
In a month it will be 100 years ago since the first patent application for a stainless steel was given – it is reason enough to give special attention to the success story of our material. On the website of the Informationsstelle Edelstahl Rostfrei you will find exciting and entertaining (...)
IMINOX finished a special concourse for the 100 Years of Stainless Steel. The concourse was called “Impulse IMINOX. The First 100 Years of Stainless Steel: 1912-2012”. The concourse was an exercise of good design, directed for stimulate the creativity, allowing us to appreciate the (...)