I don’t usually ask for help two days in a row, but there were so many great comments on yesterday’s post about thermal break frames and a new question has come up today. Today’s project is a servery and kitchen for a corporate campus. The end user has asked for hardware that is able to withstand airborne flour and grease. Apparently they have had problems in the past and the original hardware failed fairly quickly and was replaced with something that was appropriate for a kitchen setting that has floating particulates and grease.
On past kitchen projects, I addressed the potential for frequent cleaning by specifying stainless steel hardware. But floating particulates?