Why Solid Stainless Steel?

Why Solid Stainless Steel? – MGS

If you ask – Why Solid Stainless Steel? – MGS knows the answer!

The beauty and features of stainless steel made it the perfect choice for many sculptures and landmarks such as the pinnacle of the Chrysler building in New York, the Gateway Arch that defines the St. Louis skyline and the Atomium in Brussels.

The same characteristics make it the best choice for many industrial and commercial applications including production of high quality fixtures for the bathroom, kitchen and outdoors.

In 1998 MGS manufactured the very first stainless steel mixer for domestic use. No other manufacturer before MGS used it for this purpose due to costs and technical difficulties: stainless steel is more expensive than brass and complex to exploit due to its hardness and higher melting temperature. These factors did not stop MGS because the goal was to offer our customers the best possible products.

The following is a partial list of the exceptional advantages that stainless steel offers.

  • It is 100% lead free, which allowed MGS to be the first European manufacturer to be certified in compliance with NSF61 Annex G. This also meets the new low lead requirements of the U.S. Safe Drinking Water Act, which go into effect in January 2014.
  • The finish is obtained through hand polishing rather than through chemical processes such as chroming or plating. Polished stainless is extremely scratch resistant and durable.
  • It is 100% recyclable and a high percentage of it comes from recycled material (approximately 60%).
  • Stainless steel does not release nickel and therefore it is ideal for people allergic to it.
  • The non-porous surface is more resistant to bacteria and germs making it a more hygienic choice in the kitchen or bathroom.
  • It is ideal for outdoor installation as stainless steel is resistant to oxidation.
  • It guarantees a long life cycle, making it the least expensive choice in the long run.

Some competitors now use stainless steel sheet or tubes to cover an inner brass body. This shortcut may provide the possibility to keep production costs lower while offering some of the advantages mentioned above, but clearly not all!


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