Stainless steel materials are frequently used in the foodstuffs sector. One of stainless steel’s properties is that it provides good protection against corrosion, which is why it is authorized for use in this sector. However, stainless steel also has disadvantages: its operational characteristics and resistance to wear and tear are poor. Stainless steel surface hardening treatments can provide a solution for such issues. The advantage is that you can still use stainless steel and take advantage of its excellent properties but at the same time also benefit from our uniquely hard and wear-resistant surface. All the other ferrous metals used in the foodstuffs sector can also be treated via our diffusion-based processes, including soft inchromizing, hard inchromizing and stainless steel surface hardening.