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Architecture: Stainless steel is used for buildings for both practical and aesthetic reasons. Stainless steel was in vogue during the art deco period. The most famous example of this is the upper portion of the Chrysler Building (pictured). Some diners and fast food restaurants use large ornamental panels and stainless fixtures and furniture. Because of the durability of the material, many of these buildings still retain their original appearance. Stainless steel is used today in building construction because of its durability and because it is a weldable building metal that can be made into aesthetically pleasing shapes. An example of a building in which these properties are exploited is the Art Gallery of Alberta in Edmonton, which is wrapped in stainless steel. Type 316 stainless is used on the exterior of both the Petronas Twin Towers and the Jin Mao Building, two of the world's tallest skyscrapers. The Parliament House of Australia in Canberra has a stainless steel flagpole weighing over 220 tonnes (240 short tons). The aeration building in the Edmonton Composting Facility, the size of 14 hockey rinks, is the largest stainless steel building in North America.


Bridges: The Helix Bridge is a pedestrian bridge linking Marina Centre with Marina South in the Marina Bay area in Singapore. Cala Galdana Bridge in Minorca (Spain) was the first stainless steel road bridge. Sant Fruitos Pedestrian Bridge (Catalonia, Spain), arch pedestrian bridge. Padre Arrupe Bridge (Bilbao, Spain) links the Guggenheim museum to the University of Deusto.


Monuments and sculptures: Unisphere, constructed as the theme symbol of the 1964 New York World's Fair, is constructed of Type 304L stainless steel as a spherical framework with a diameter of 120 feet (37 m) (New York City) Gateway Arch (pictured) is clad entirely in stainless steel: 886 tons (804 metric tonnes) of 0.25 in (6.4 mm) plate, #3 finish, type 304 stainless steel [14] (St. Louis, Missouri) United States Air Force Memorial has an austenitic stainless steel structural skin (Arlington, Virginia) Atomium was renovated with stainless steel cladding in a renovation completed in 2006; previously the spheres and  tubes of the structure were clad in aluminium (Brussels, Belgium) Cloud Gate sculpture by Anish Kapoor (Chicago, Illinois) Sibelius Monument is made entirely of stainless steel tubes (Helsinki, Finland) The Kelpies (Falkirk, Scotland)Man of Steel (sculpture) under construction (Rotherham, England) Juraj Jnošk monument (Terchova, Slovakia).


Other: Surgical tools, such as these hemostats, are commonly made of stainless steel Stainless steel is often used for everyday kitchen sinks, appliances, and cookware Stainless steel is often used for cookware Stainless steel is used for industrial equipment when durability and cleanability are important Automotive bodies The Allegheny Ludlum Corporation worked with Ford on various concept cars with stainless steel bodies from the 1930s through the 1970s to demonstrate the material's potential. The 1957 and 1958 Cadillac Eldorado Brougham had a stainless steel roof. In 1981 and 1982, the DeLorean DMC-12 production automobile used Type-304 stainless steel body panels over a glass-reinforced plastic monocoque. Intercity buses made by Motor Coach Industries are partially made of stainless steel. The aft body panel of the Porsche Cayman model (2-door coupe hatchback) is made of stainless steel. It was discovered during early body prototyping that conventional steel could not be formed without cracking (due to the many curves and angles in that automobile). Thus, Porsche was forced to use stainless steel on the Cayman.


Passenger rail cars: Rail cars have commonly been manufactured using corrugated stainless steel panels (for additional structural strength). This was particularly popular during the 1960s and 1970s, but has since declined. One notable example was the early Pioneer Zephyr. Notable former manufacturers of stainless steel rolling stock included the Budd Company (USA), which has been licensed to Japan's Tokyu Car Corporation, and the Portuguese company Sorefame. Many railcars in the United States are still manufactured with stainless steel, unlike other countries who have shifted away.


Aircraft: Budd also built an airplane, the Budd BB-1 Pioneer, of stainless steel tube and sheet, which is on display at the Franklin Institute. The American Fleetwings Sea Bird amphibious aircraft of 1936 was also built using a spot-welded stainless steel hull. The Bristol Aeroplane Company built the all-stainless steel Bristol 188 high-speed research aircraft, which first flew in 1963.The use of stainless steel in mainstream aircraft is hindered by its excessive weight compared to other materials, such as aluminum.


Airports: Stainless steel is a modern trend for roofing material for airports due to its low glare reflectance to keep pilots from being blinded, also for its properties that allow thermal reflectance in order to keep the surface of the roof close to ambient temperature. The Hamad International Airport in Qatar was built with all stainless steel roofing for these reasons, as well as the Sacramento International Airport in California.


Jewelry: Valadium, a stainless steel and 12% nickel alloy is used to make class and military rings. Valadium is usually silver toned, but can be electro plated to give it a gold tone. The gold tone variety is known as Sun lite Valadium.  Other "Valadium" types of alloy are trade named differently, with such names as "Siladium" and "White Lazon."


Surgery and dentistry: Surgical tools and medical equipment are usually made of stainless steel, because of its durability and ability to be sterilized in an autoclave. In addition, surgical implants such as bone reinforcements and replacements (e.g. hip sockets and cranial plates) are made with special alloys formulated to resist corrosion, mechanical wear, and biological reactions in vivo. Stainless steel is used in a variety of applications in dentistry. It is common to use stainless steel in many instruments that need to be sterilized, such as needles [16] endodontic files in root canal therapy, metal posts in root canal treated teeth, temporary crowns and crowns for deciduous teeth, and arch wires and brackets in orthodontics.The surgical stainless steel alloys (e.g., 316 low-carbon steel) have also been used in some of the early dental implants.


Kitchens: Stainless steel is often preferred for kitchen sinks because of its ruggedness, durability, heat resistance, and ease of cleaning. In better models, acoustic noise is controlled by applying resilient undercoating to dampen vibrations. The material is also used for cladding of surfaces such as appliances and backsplashes.Cookware and bakeware may be clad in stainless steels, to enhance their cleanability and durability. Because stainless steel is a poor conductor of heat, it is often used as a thin surface cladding over a core of copper or aluminum, which conduct heat more readily.