Service Items:

Machining marks:
Stainless steel objects are subject to grinding and polishing, more or less, in the installation, which results in tool marks. Machining marks resulting from the grinding are normally more adverse than the original condition, and traditional polishing methods often fail to meet customer requirements.

 

Collision bruises:
The protection film covering the surface of stainless steel object is removed after installation; bruise marks occur, more or less, after years of utilization including sitting of people, transporting or handling of goods, etc.; they are the most common types of bruises seen in daily maintenance.

Cleaning scratches:
Cleaning personnel usually use solutions or scrubbers to clean stainless steel surfaces, remove adhesives or stains, in order to keep them clean. Improper cleaning will result in side effects such as chemical etching, scouring marks and scraping bruises.

Covering of pollutant:
Market available stainless steel protection products tend to absorb dust. When dusty, stainless steel surfaces will soon turn into yellow stains or smudges, losing the original glossy cleanliness unique to stainless steel. Therefore incorrect selection of stainless steel protection products will significantly increase difficulties in the subsequent maintenance work. If lacking regular maintenance, different substances will build up on the stainless steel surface; given a long duration, surface smudge, corrosion and rusty stain are to occur for sure.

Blur refurbishment:
In addition to its innate features, stainless steel gives visual perceptions of sleek brightness and glossy pureness. The flawless chrome gloss reveals a unique glamour that is widely used in architecture applications that pursue exquisite beauty and modern sensation. Yet beautiful appearance is susceptible to bruising, so is mirror finished steel; when time elapses, the glamour fades away.

Chemical corrosion:
Stainless steel is resistant to corrosion; however, if continuously covered by strong chemicals (acid, alkaline) on the surface without proper cleaning and maintenance, it gradually forms iron oxide that will continue the oxidization and increase the size of the rust, resulting in cavities. Once the protective layer on stainless steel surface is damaged, the underlying steel will start to corrode. Therefore, in addition to correct selection of steel type, proper processing and regular maintenance are essential for preventing rust and corrosion issues.

Pollution resistant and self-cleaning protection:
A self-cleaning protection agent for stainless steel, exclusive nanometer formula for facilitating daily maintenance of stainless steel building materials, capable of sustaining unique glossy pureness of stainless steel surface without altering its natural appearance, accomplishing maintenance and protection at one shot. It features exquisite adhesion, UV resistant, prolonged stability, and no yellowing effect. It is highly scour resistant and weather resistant; prevents pollutants from clinging onto stainless steel surface, for smudge resistant, water repellent, oxidization resistant, and easy cleaning.