Videos

Some videos that explain the key benefits of Stainless Steel.

Best Practice in Cleaning and Disinfecting Stainless Steel Commercial Food Equipment

This video introduces the best practices in cleaning and disifecting stainless steel commercial food equipment. There are 7 examples: shiny items, work surfaces, fridge, oven, cooking top, fryer, floor.

See the video here

Published: 24/10/2014
Last modified: 24/10/2014

From Dream to Reality - a video on Stainless Steel Roofing

 ISSF has launched a video called Stainless Steel Roofing: from Dream to Reality. The video explains why stainless steel is the ideal material for any roof.

You can watch the video on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQledV2QFRY

This video is also available with Spanish and Portuguese subtitles.

For Spanish: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iF2FFbtUtZI&feature=c4-overview&list=UU0aWpJIbpEXz_Xc-llkT9LA

For Portuguese: http://www.abinox.org.br/biblioteca-tecnica-videos.php

Please feel free to use the video for your promotion of stainless steel roofing!

Published: 2/5/2013
Last modified: 2/5/2013

100 Years of Stainless Steel

The International Stainless Steel Forum (ISSF) has released this video to mark the centenary since stainless steel was first discovered and commercialised. The video will be shown at the 100 Years of Stainless Steel travelling exhibition which starts its journey around the world in Beijing, China, on 15 May.

As well as covering the history of stainless steel and its alloying elements, the video also features many applications for this remarkable material – from the past until today. It also outlines why demand for stainless steel has increased 10-fold in the 40 years since 1970 and why the industry’s long-term growth rate remains above 6%.

The video is available from YouTube. The video is also available in the following languages: Chinese, Czech, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish and Turkish

The video was prepared by ISSF in partnership with members of the Team Stainless Network which includes: ISSF, Euro Inox, the International Chromium Development Association (ICDA), the International Molybdenum Association (IMOA), and the Nickel Institute.

Published: 2/5/2013
Last modified: 2/5/2013

Recycled for lasting value

In under four minutes, this video shows stainless steel as a champion of recycling, with around 90% of end-of-life stainless steel being collected and recycled into new stainless steel – without loss of quality. Durability and recyclability are two of the key contributions which stainless steel makes to sustainability.

This video is available in 18 languages. Clicking on the language will open the video: 中文, Czech, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Italian, 日本語, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish (Castilian and Mexican), Swedish, Thai and Turkish

Published: 14/5/2012
Last modified: 8/5/2012

Self-repairing for lasting value

An entertaining, easy-to-understand explanation of the phenomenon of passivation, which is the reason for the corrosion resistance properties of stainless steel.

This video is available in 18 languages. Clicking on the language will open the video:

中文, Czech, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Italian,

日本語, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish (Castilian and Mexican), Swedish, Thai and Turkish

Published: 14/5/2012
Last modified: 14/5/2012

Alloyed for lasting value

An entertaining explanation of what stainless steels are - iron-chromium alloys, whose range of applications can be extended by adding further elements like nickel or molybdenum.

This video is available in 18 languages. Clicking on the language will open the video: 

中文, Czech, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Italian,

日本語, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish (Castilian and Mexican), Swedish, Thai and Turkish

Published: 14/5/2012
Last modified: 14/5/2012

The Ferritic Solution

This explanatory video provides an overview of the properties of ferritic stainless steels.

Published: 14/5/2012
Last modified: 14/5/2012