Stainless steel door with introduction
Stainless steel is an alloy made by incorporating chromium, nickel and other metal elements into steel. Its non-rusting property is derived from the chromium in the alloy. Chromium forms a strong, self-repairing chromium oxide film on the surface of the alloy, which is invisible to our naked eyes. The ratio of stainless steel and nickel that we usually mention is generally 18:10.
M53-flat box lock
Use SUS304 stainless steel material
Easy to use, good operability, with a lock core, can be replaced Used as a padlock, with a gasket, with waterproof performance
Applications: engineering vehicles, special vehicles, generator sets