The difference between the two processing methods of stainless steel table feet
Stainless steel table feet are commonly used in a variety of restaurants, indoors or outdoors, because of their strong rust resistance and reassuring durability. Stainless steel table feet need to be treated by surface processing technology to achieve the best anti-rust effect. Surface treatment is usually: stainless steel mirror treatment and brushed treatment. What is the difference between these two surface treatments?
Brushed finish for stainless steel feet
Brushed, its surface is matte. If you look closely, there will be a hint of texture on it, but you can't feel it. Brushed will be more wear-resistant than ordinary bright stainless steel, and look more upscale.
The wire drawing process will lose the thickness of the stainless steel plate to a certain extent, generally 0.1~0.2mm. In addition, because the human body (especially the palm) has a relatively strong secretion of oil and sweat, if you touch the stainless steel brushed table legs, it will leave relatively obvious fingerprints, so it needs to be scrubbed regularly.
Mirror finish for stainless steel table feet
The principle is to use abrasive liquid to polish the surface of the steel plate through polishing equipment, so that the surface of the plate is flat and the luminosity is as clear as a mirror. However, the mirror surface treatment needs to pass through more than 8 sets of machines, first coarse sand, and then eliminate the grinding head flower to fully realize the mirror surface effect.
Summarize. The wire drawing treatment of the stainless steel table feet, that is, a line evenly spreads over the entire stainless steel plate. The mirror finish is like a glass mirror. Stainless steel wire drawing is the effect of sanding with abrasive belt, and the process is simple and fast. Relatively speaking, the mirror processing will be much more complicated, and the quality of the current market varies.