Stainless steel cabinets are a relatively popular cabinet in recent years. There are many different types on the market. They can be divided into three types: primary color, color and wood grain according to the surface technology. They can be divided into two types: foam type and honeycomb type according to the filling material. 
According to the splicing method, it can be divided into two types: welded type and spliced type. 
According to the structure, it can be divided into four types: pure stainless steel, stainless steel door panel, stainless steel frame and stainless steel countertop. 
For home use, it mainly depends on the actual needs and kitchen decoration. 
Try to choose colored or wood grain surfaces. Craftsmanship, honeycomb-type filling material, spliced stainless steel cabinet products. 

Let’s take a look at which stainless steel cabinets are best.

1. What types of stainless steel cabinets are there?

Stainless steel cabinets are a relatively common type in the cabinet market. 
There are many categories of stainless steel cabinets on the market. There are different types according to different classification methods. 
The types of stainless steel cabinets can be divided into:

1. According to surface technology
There are three types of stainless steel cabinets: primary color stainless steel cabinets, colored stainless steel cabinets and wood grain stainless steel cabinets. 
The surface of primary color stainless steel cabinets is the original metal color, and the surface is mirrored or treated with physical methods such as brushing and frosting; the colored stainless steel cabinets are made of colored stainless steel of various colors. 
The surface is mainly treated by spray painting, electroplating, fluorocarbon paint, water plating and other methods; wood grain stainless steel cabinets are generally wood grain texture, the surface texture is coated with high-temperature melting film, and the film is semi-melted and laminated on the surface of the metal substrate.

2. According to filling materials
There are two types of foam-type stainless steel cabinets and honeycomb-type stainless steel cabinets. 
Foam-type stainless steel cabinets are filled with foam boards inside. 
Honeycomb-type stainless steel cabinets have an aluminum hexagonal honeycomb in the middle. 
The foam-type production process is simple and the cost is low. , but the strength is not as good as honeycomb stainless steel cabinets, while honeycomb stainless steel cabinets are less prone to shear, more stable, and more resistant to bending and compression.

3. According to the cabinet assembly method
There are two types of stainless steel cabinets: welded stainless steel cabinets and assembled stainless steel cabinets. 
Welded stainless steel cabinets use welding to connect the cabinet panels, while assembled stainless steel cabinets use fasteners to connect and fix the cabinet panels. Relatively speaking, the spliced type is more beautiful.

4. According to structure

There are four types of pure stainless steel cabinets, stainless steel door panel cabinets, stainless steel frame cabinets and stainless steel countertop cabinets, which are mainly made of stainless steel materials in different positions.

2. Which stainless steel cabinet is better for home use?

Stainless steel cabinets were originally used in hotel kitchens. With the development of technology and the emergence of colored stainless steel, they gradually entered the field of home cabinets. So which stainless steel cabinets to choose for home use?

Generally speaking, the main consideration for household stainless steel cabinets is the decorative aspect. 
To make stainless steel cabinets have a good decorative effect, this requires choosing appropriate products according to the decoration style and color matching of the home kitchen. 
It is generally recommended to choose colored stainless steel. 
For cabinets or wood-grained stainless steel cabinets, the internal filling material is honeycomb type, and the cabinet assembly is spliced. 

You can choose any structure. However, considering the aesthetic and cost factors, it is generally not recommended to choose pure stainless steel for household stainless steel cabinets.