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Stainless steel, Brass, Aluminium & other

  • Rust-free stainless steel

    Rust-free stainless steel

    Rust-free stainless steel is often referred to by the synonyms of non-rusting ("rust-free") steel, Inox, stainless steel, or VA steel. Its main features include high corrosion resistance, an attractive appearance, heat resistance, low maintenance cost, good processability, and ease of cleaning.

    At mirrorINOX we mainly use austenitic steel grades.

    We machine

    Rust-free stainless steel

    • Sheets (up to 2000 x 6000 mm, sometimes even larger)
    • Pipes (up to 6000 mm in length)
    • Flat materials (up to 6000 mm in length)
    • Profiles (up to 6000 mm in length)

    We store

    Rust-free stainless steel mat. 1.4301 and 1.4404 in

    high gloss polish (mirror polished no.8 ) as

    • sheets (in many standard and special sizes, thicknesses from stock of 0.5 - 6.0 mm)
    • pipes (square and rectangular pipes)

    TiN-coated as

    • sheets (in many standard and special sizes, thicknesses from stock of 0.8 - 2.0 mm)

    glass bead blasted as

    • sheets (in many standard and special sizes, thicknesses from stock of 0.5 - 6.0 mm)
  • Aluminium

    Aluminium

    Aluminium is a relatively soft and ductile metal having a relatively high strength. It is often used if low mass is desirable, such as for facades and metal construction.

    Aluminium is also used as a mirror surface because of its high reflectance, including for scanners, and in the plumbing and lighting industries. It also reflects ultraviolet radiation, unlike silver. Aluminium mirror layers are usually protected against corrosion and scratches by a protective layer.

    We machine

    Aluminium

    • Sheets (up to 2000 x 6000 mm, sometimes even larger)
    • Pipes (up to 6000 mm in length)
    • Flat materials (up to 6000 mm in length)
    • Profiles (up to 6000 mm in length)
  • Brass

    Brass

    Brass is an alloy made of the metals copper and zinc, which has been experiencing a renaissance in recent years in many decorative areas. Brass is increasingly being used, often burnished, especially in shop / exhibition construction, in facade cladding, but also for decorative elements, the production of lamps, and in the furniture industry.

    This material with a gold-like colour is characterized by high torsional and bending quality. Brass is harder than copper, but not as hard as bronze. In the course of weathering after the initial surface matting, the golden hue it begins with undergoes various colour changes, from reds to browns. In the course of weathering the brown tones become increasingly dominant, which is followed by a slow transition to auburn and dark-brown anthracite.

    You have the option of sealing the surface in order to prevent or delay this weathering. In this regard you can choose between waxing, varnishing (matt or gloss), and coating.

    We machine

    Brass

    • Sheets (up to 2000 x 6000 mm, sometimes even larger)
    • Pipes (up to 6000 mm in length)
    • Flat materials (up to 6000 mm in length)
    • Profiles (up to 6000 mm in length)

    We store

    Brass sheets in the following versions:

    • Surface bright rolled: Formats 1000 x 2000mm and 1000 x 4000mm in material thicknesses of 1.0 - 2.0mm
  • Other

    Other

    In addition to stainless steel, brass and aluminum, other metals can be processed. For example Copper and Titanium.

    Please ask us about the possibilities.

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