Stainless Steel Bending that Cooks Up Quality
Stainless steel can be found in almost any kitchen. Most people’s experience with this strong, non-corrosive material is limited to pots and pans.
From an industrial perspective, stainless steel is common in food production equipment. Its many desirable properties make it a great choice for water technologies, too. Rolled stainless steel is used in handrails, ladders, staircases and even art sculptures.
While stronger than aluminum, stainless steel shares the same “springy” quality that makes it challenging to bend. Its high cost dictates that scrap
The upshot? The people bending, forming and rolling stainless steel have to be artisans, experts who know the material well and how to shape it perfectly. The same holds for those saw-cutting, welding and hole drilling during metal fabrication.
This describes perfectly the knowledgeable, versatile
The craftsmen at Max Weiss Company know stainless steel, and how to mold this unique, durable metal to exacting detail. We’ll keep your project cooking with exacting attention to detail, and a level of quality that you’ll no doubt find tasty.