Stainless Steel Sheet is a widely used material and was invented by Harry Bearley in 1908 in Shefield, England,
but the real research for this product took place
in the 1920s after the first world war. These sheets were widely used for the internal surfaces of gun barrels, of which corrosion
was a major problem. This metal form is now utilized in kitchen, elevator wall applications, decorative,
chemical, beer, wine and petroleum tanks, stampings, decorative molding, automotive trim, exhaust valves for aircraft
engines, hardware, sanitary and medical applications, including scalpels.