Stainless Steel is often selected for outdoor furniture because of its inherent corrosion resistance, workability and its attractive appearance. Regular maintenance and cleaning of all types of stainless steel is required to keep these attractive attributes. Stainless steel must be kept clean for a long material life. We are known for selling high-end #316 Marine-Grade Stainless Steel outdoor furniture products.
WE USE 316 MARINE GRADE STEEL AS A STANDARD IN OUR OUTDOOR FURNITURE
Looking to create a sleek, sophisticated setting in your patio area? Our exquisite Stainless Steel range of furniture will turn heads and keep you in comfort for years.
We feature #316 Stainless Steel heavily in our range of outdoor furniture, meaning marine quality which deters rust, and other damage. It also looks absolutely incredible, and is easy to maintain.
The Summer Stainless Steel Range features dining and relaxing chairs, and loungers. A stunning collaboration of Stainless Steel, Batyline® Mesh and Grade A Teak has peoples jaws dropping at the beauty and the comfort.
Place 8 of the incredible Summer Dining Chairs in Black Batyline® around a 60″ Stainless Steel Table, and enjoy the luxury of a contemporary, comfortable dining setting.
WHY WE USE 316 MARINE GRADE STAINLESS STEEL IN OUR OUTDOOR FURNITURE
We make legacy quality outdoor furniture; 316 Stainless steel is one of the materials that allow us to make such quality, long-lasting pieces. Teak Warehouse uses Stainless steel of this high quality for a variety of purposes: great looks, excellent wear capabilities, corrosion resistance and the stark but beautiful contrast that this high grade stainless alloy presents when paired with our other material selections.
316 Stainless Marine grade is an alloy that employs higher content of nickel and molybdenum. These components give a higher level of resistance to oxidation and offer a bit of extra toughness to the alloy. 316 stainless steel will be more resistant to pitting, scratching and rusting. In the outdoor furniture industry, many manufacturers utilize 302 or 304 grade stainless steel, which doesn’t have the same weather resistant qualities as the higher quality alloy of 316. Moisture and humidity, salt air and other environmental elements won’t be nearly as kind to lesser alloys like 302 and 304. The surface finish capabilities of 316 Marine Grade stainless also allow a beautiful micro polished or micro-brushed finish to be applied to the stainless for long-term good looks.