Inox is non-corrosive
Non-corrosive stainless steel, also called inox steel, was developed in the early 20 century particularly for applications with high corrosion stress. Today there are 100 different types of steel for various application requirements. We work mainly with inox material numbers 1.4301, 1.4307, 1.4404 (in the food and hygiene sectors and for swimming pools) and 1.4571 (at high temperatures, for higher corrosion resistance and for contact with saltwater).

Inox is hygienic
Inox is the standard material used in the food processing industry, in medical technology and increasingly also in the design of swimming pool complexes. Thanks to our professional expertise we can fulfil the requirements of all these sectors.

Inox & Design
Steel lends itself to being processed into many creative shapes. It is pleasantly haptic and of extremely high visual quality. For many years we have been working in creative collaboration with designers and architects and with a well-known manufacturer of chandeliers.

Guaranteed added value
In construction inox fulfils many structural and visual requirements. Because of its longevity the value of any construction increases. At the end of its life cycle steel can be fully recycled.