What’s all the fuss over 300 series food grade stainless steel? Why are so many people demanding it for their kitchen? Stainless steel has not only become a restaurant kitchen “must-have”, but is now a status good that new home buyers demand. 300 series food grade stainless steel has many benefits that help make your kitchen a cleaner and more functional space.
Yes, we’ve all heard about the dreaded finger prints, but 300 series food grade stainless steel is actually low maintenance and easy to clean compared to other finishes because it is stain resistant. This means your stainless steel appliance is going to shine on, while your white appliances are going to gradually brown and stain over time.
Why restaurants prefer it:
Every restaurant fears a visit from the health inspector, but having 300 series food grade stainless steel appliances can help you earn browning points. Restaurants prefer stainless steel because, it doesn’t harbor germs, it is fire and heat resistant, and it has a long life span. It’s resistance to corrosion makes it a material that will rarely, if ever, need replacement. It also doesn’t affect the flavor of food. Restaurants use a variety of stainless steel products such as, counters, cookware, utensils, and so much more.
300 Series Food Grade Stainless Steel:
Stainless Steel comes in different grades (18/8, 18/10, 304, 200, 430,etc). 18/8, 18/10, and 304 are all a part of the 300 series. The numbers 18/8 and 18/10 are percentages for the amount of chromium/nickel found in the stainless steel. The 300 Series stainless steel is used in kitchens and dinning, while the 200 series is used more for food containers.
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