One reason stainless steel provides a better heat exchange is the fact that many types of stainless steel are resistant to corrosion and oxidation. Stainless steel maintains this resistance in virtually all cooling waters and many chemical environments.
2. Maintains strength in Low-and-High-Temperature service.
Properties in the stainless steel not only are resistant to corrosion but also maintain strength. High resistance to cracking, and stress corrosion. Maintaining resistance in multiple atmospheres.
3. Maintains excellent heat transfer.
Stainless steel maintains excellent heat transferring properties used in multiple types of industry and production.
4. Cost and Long-Term Service.
The cost of stainless steel and long term benefits include economical savings. Stainless steel has been found to degrade and deteriorate less than other conductor types such as brass and titanium.
Stainless steel has the ability to be fabricated for customized production. The ability to be welded and formed(etc.) gives stainless steel yet another benefit to be used in a variety of heat exchange productions.