Ice Fox Equipment uses stainless steel in all our walk-in refrigeration for lease boxes. We use all aluminum for the walls in our commercial kitchen, temperature control rooms and modular building.
What is it about stainless steel that makes it the most expensive and best material for use on the interior walls in the refrigeration, health care, laboratories and commercial food service industries?
Ice Fox Equipment Walk-in Refrigeration for Lease Boxes are made of Stainless-steel and even lightweight stainless-steel won’t buckle under great weight, making it one of the most durable metals on the market.
Our stainless-steel walk-in refrigeration for lease boxes are most preferred because of its strength, which it retains at both very high and very low temperatures.
Most homeowners choose stainless-steel for their home because of the metal’s appearance. After all, there’s a reason why homes with stainless-steel appliances are more sought after than homes without. It is sleek with both classic and modern touches. Luckily, the metal is not just beautiful, but highly functional too. There’s no denying that Ice Fox Equipment stainless-steel walk-in refrigeration for lease boxes are just plain good to look at.
Stainless steel does not support the growth of bacteria and other pathogens. Stainless steel is a breeze to clean and maintain, requiring a simple wiping with an all-purpose cleaner and a quick polish along the grain to make it shine. Since stainless steel walk-in refrigeration for lease boxes are low maintenance and easy to clean, it’s a perfect choice for hospitals, kitchens, and other areas where cleanliness is a necessity.
Ice Fox Equipment stainless steel repels corrosion, rust, water stains, and more. Which also makes this metal ideal for any area where there may be temperature and pressure extremes. When our stainless-steel walk-in for lease boxes are fabricated, chrome is added, which joins with oxygen in the air to create a film over the metal. This film is capable to repair itself quickly when it is damaged, which allows it to resist corrosion and rust. The addition of other elements like nickel, titanium, and molybdenum enhances stainless-steel’s corrosion-resistant properties even more.