June 24, 2017
Patterns are available in stainless steel, brass, copper, aluminum, carbon steel, muntz, bronze, titanium, and painted finishes. The most common patterns are shown below in stainless steel. Please note that not all patterns may be welded, ground and polished, but may be used for wall panels and backsplashes.
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All grades of stainless steel including 304, 316, 316L, and 430.
All finishes of stainless steel including 2B, Satin/#4, Bright Annealed, Mirror, Painted and Highlighted.
Cold Rolled Carbon Steel Commercial Quality (CRCS).
Hot Rolled Pickled & Oiled (HRPO).
All grades of aluminum including 2024-T3, 3003-H14, 5052-H32, and Specular.
All finishes of aluminum including mill, satin and brush polishes, anodized, plastic coated and painted.
Brass, Copper, Muntz, Bronze, Titanium
Brass: Wrought alloys comprise three main families of brasses: copper-zinc alloys; copper-zinc-lead alloys (leaded brasses); and copper-zinc-tin alloys (tin brasses). The cast alloys comprise four main families of brasses: copper-tin-zinc alloys (red, semi-red and yellow brasses); "manganese bronze" alloys (leaded high strength yellow brasses); copper-zinc-silicon alloys (silicon brasses and bronzes); and cast copper-bismuth-selenium alloys.
Copper: Metals which have a designated minimum copper content of 99.3% or higher.
Bronzes: Are copper alloys in which the major alloying element is not zinc or nickel. For wrought alloys there are four main families of bronzes: copper-tin-phosphorus alloys (phosphor bronzes); copper-tin-lead-phosphorous alloys (leaded phosphor bronzes); copper-aluminum alloys (aluminum bronzes); and silicon alloys (silicon bronzes).
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