Help & Advice Stainless Steel Furniture and Supplies for Cleanrooms and the Food Industry
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Yes we can. Our website orders can only be shipped across the UK but for international orders, call us on +44 (0)1603 788 833.
Our standard lead time is 7-10 days for standard manufactured products, for bespoke and customised products it can vary depending on the specification.
All our products come in 304 grade as standard. However, some can be made in 316 grade on request.
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Yes you can. We can arrange for your item to be picked up and brought back to us, however there will be a restocking fee on large items.
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Our products are TIG welded. TIG stands for Tungsten Inert Gas and works by generating heat via an arc of electricity jumping from an electrode to the metal surfaces you intend to weld. The welding process prevents oxygen contamination of the welds by protecting the arc with a shield of argon gas, the argon also cools the puddle of weld.
The welds are then electro polished using a low electrical current with a carbon brush and pickling acid, also a wire high speed rotary brush to clean the welds. TIG welding of flat sheet of thin grade is a fine, delicate and highly skilled welding process, compared to others such as MIG and stick arc welding.
Our help and advice pages are full of useful information on cleaning and maintaining your stainless steel products.