With the stainless steel products gradually into the daily life, industrial superior in different fields to demand more and more of stainless steel products. Stainless steel products originated in where?
The invention and the use of stainless steel, can be traced back to the period of the first world war.
The British scientist Buhenry Brely by the British government commissioned army Arsenal, improve the work of weapons. At that time, soldiers with the rifle bore wear easily, Blair Leigh wanted to invent a kind of alloy steel is not easy to wear. Blair Leigh’s invention of the stainless steel in 1916 British patent right and started mass production, thus, from the rubbish, the accidental discovery of stainless steel and became popular in the world, Henry Brely is also known as “the father of stainless steel”. Blair Leigh and his aides have collected various types of domestic production of steel products, various kinds of alloy steel, performance experiments in various kinds of machinery, and then choose a more suitable steel. One day, they tested a domestic alloy steel containing large amounts of chromium, the wear experiment, find out the alloy does not wear, that it cannot make, so, they recorded the results of the experiment, a throw it into the corner. One day a few months later, an assistant with a piece of shiny steel excitedly ran to Wembley Ali said: “Sir, this is the alloy I found in cleaning warehouse Mullah Sir sent, whether you try, to see what the special action!” “Good!” Looking at the bright shining steel at Ali, said happily.
Experimental results show that: it is a not afraid of acid, alkali, salt of stainless steel.
The stainless steel is a German Mullah invented in 1912, however, the mullahs did not know for what purpose is this stainless steel.
Blair Leigh thought way: “this not wear is corrosion resistant steel, whether you can do the tableware?”
He said do it, do the business of stainless steel fruit fork, spoon, fruit etc. Therefore, was graduated from the University of Sheffield famous metallurgical scientist Henry Brely (Harry Brearley) in the early part of the twentieth Century invention of stainless steel.