Choosing contract furniture takes experience. Different materials call for different attention to details on the make of the quality outdoor furniture. Although aluminium furniture is popularly known for outdoor use, stainless steel is also used for its form and function; its shine of its finishing grain and its strength.
Here are important tips on the engineering features on stainless steel chairs to take note.
Any good weld not only functionally holds stainless steel parts together, it has to be grinded and smoothen around the edges of the joint of the chair frame. This is to ensure the form of the chair remain beautiful.
Smoothen and polished weld around the edges of the joint
Take a closer look and feel that it is smooth around the edges and corners of the weld with your hands to ensure the polish is done properly.
For the frames of stainless steel chairs, it is usually made using stainless steel tubes. Bending is done to achieve the arcs of the form required of a beautiful chair.
Good bending of steel tube relies a lot on the experience of craftmen using rotary bending machines to achieve consistency of bends.
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Finally, the surface finishing touch is the final feature to check for. Look and feel at the consistency of its grain direction and shine.
The level of finish is dependent on the ranges of grit belt or wheel finish to produce the level of finish. Architectural finish (also called, brushed, directional or satin finish) can be used for any stainless steel surfaces that to enhance the ambience and mood of your place. Do remember to maintain and care for the finish as it is not 100% scratch-free.
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