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CAM Africa Stainless Steel
stainless steel kitchen sinks are manufactured from austenitic stainless steel, with a Chrome-nickel-iron alloy of 16-22% chromium (Cr), 6-22% nickel (Ni), and low carbon non- magnetic properties, when annealed.
Chromium provides the steel with a protective layer, by binding with the surrounding oxygen and forming a chromium (III) oxide. In such a molecule, there will be three oxygen atoms bound to two chromium atoms. This layer will be very difficult to penetrate for the remaining oxygen in the air or even water in wet conditions.
If the chromium oxide layer is dented or scratched, it will rapidly reform and continue to protect the steel. In addition, nickel is added to austenite the iron in order to stabilize its molecular structure when added in significant amounts as in the case of grade 202 stainless steel.
Stainless Steel Rockwell Hardness
The Rockwell Hardness Test is a scale designed to measure te overall durability of a base metal
430* Used only for stainless steel wash trough - the same as the industry leader.
Most sinks in our range are manufactured from stainless steel 304 with a gauge of 0.8 up to 0.9mm, depending on the specific model. Some contractor models may be reduced to 0.55mm or 0.60mm depending on the raw material used.