The Stainless steel alloy is a result of adding copious amounts of chromium by ratio to the core constituency which ensures a maximum composure in its structural efficiency, increasing the functional capabilities of the components and parts forged from the alloy. The stainless steel alloy is known for its excellent resistance to corrosion and abrasion which is makes its steady use in domestic items used in households that experience a lot of wear and tear which is inexperienced by this alloy. The stainless steel alloy aces the carbon steel alloy by the amount of chromium content in its core structure. The addition of chromium to the alloy ensures maximum protection against alkaline and saline solutions which is a excellent feature among stainless steel alloys.
Buttweld fittings forged using stainless steel are semi hardened and precisely machined using dies and molten alloy which is left to cool down as it hardens overtime with falling temperature. The addition of chromium adds to the strength of the fittings and prevents rust or corrosion by forming a film of chromium oxide on its surface that prevents formation if iron oxide on its surface. The fittings come in different grades and types as needed for the area of application and can be varnished or finished for extra protection.