On the Virtues of Stainless Steel

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While stainless steel has been popular in the building specialties industry for a long time, it hasn’t always been a popular finish for products like restroom accessories and toilet partitions. You probably don’t want to read “A Complete History of Stainless Steel”, but a bit of background can’t hurt.

“Water resistant” alloys (what we would consider stainless steel) were first patented in the late 19th century. By the 1920s, stainless steel was produced in large quantities for commercial applications. The building, chemical, medical, and culinary industries loved the material. Why did stainless steel make a splash? Chalk it up to its durability, heat resistance, and cleanability.

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Restarting the Partition Plus Blog

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Starting a blog with a commitment to frequent, interesting updates is a bit dangerous. We want to make a bold statement, so you know we’re taking things seriously. At the same time, we all know how disappointing it is when a promising blog starts with a bang, then quickly ends in a whimper. That said, the rewards of informing and connecting are worth the risk. So, here we go:

Watch this space for great, new content from Partition Plus.

As a company, we have plenty to say about the world of toilet partitions, bathroom accessories, lockers, and other division 10 products. Over 25 years in the business gives us a unique perspective. It may sound boastful, but our experience in this industry is unmatched. The same can be said of our commitment to customer satisfaction.

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