The Coating Behind The Stainless Steel Laundry Sink Has A Sound

  • Most of the stainless steel sinks have a layer of gray material underneath, which feels rough. Many merchants use this as a selling point. Does anyone really know that the bottom coating of Stainless Steel Laundry Sink is really so big?

    Let's talk about why we need to add a coating.

    The first is anti-condensation. Although the sink does not seep water, if the sink is filled with quick-frozen food, such as a fish. Condensation can easily form on the outer wall of the sink, which is generally the case in summer. When the outer wall is exposed to a certain extent, the cabinet will be wetted, which will affect the service life of the cabinet. Therefore, the coating can reduce the temperature difference between the inner and outer walls, absorb part of the water vapor, and destroy the formation conditions of the water droplets.

    The second is that when the water flowing out of the faucet hits the inner wall of the sink, it will generate some noise. This noise is generally acceptable to us. However, the coating and the rubber pad can effectively reduce the sound of the faucet against the impact of the pelvic floor. But now the coating on the market's sink is more beneficial to those black-hearted businesses. 80% of the water tanks on the market are due to annealing and stretching treatment. The color of the back of the water tank is darker, and the layer is covered with ugliness, which obscures the consumer's line of sight, so that it is shoddy. There is also a sink with a simple processing process, a thin wall of the sink, burrs on the outer wall, weld defects, and micro cracks, and the coating makes it impossible for consumers to understand its quality problems. And many bad business household paints are applied to the surface of the sink, confusing, and sold as a selling point. In fact, the paint does not have the effect of moisture, and it also brings odor and pollution.

    This is mainly the difference in production technology! More than a decade ago, domestic stainless steel sinks were used up, most of them were annealed and stretched, the back of the tank was yellow and black, the walls of inferior steel were thin, burrs, solder joints, cracks, and the merchants covered the ugliness and blocked the consumer's sight. It looks like a thick and heavy coated sink. In fact, it does not have a moisture-proof effect, and it also brings odor and pollution. Because of the coating material, most of the sink products with coating on the back do not meet the EU ROHS environmental testing standards!

    The inferior coating is also very harmful, poisonous and odor, endangering human health; most of the back coating of the sink uses petroleum raw materials, which contain benzene, formaldehyde and other harmful substances for human health, and become a long-term pollution source in the sink.