During mechanical polishing the surface is stripped and smoothed by the polishing carrier in conjunction with polishing agents. Different results (grades) can be achieved depending on the base material, base surface, and working phase.The roughness, the degree of gloss, and the visual impression provide a basis for inspection checks.
Multiple polishing machines enable mirrorINOX to have a high production depth, various surface finishes, and sufficient capacity.
The term blasting is defined as the surface treatment of a material or workpiece using blasting agents. The injector/venturi blaster mirrorINOX uses is particularly suitable for achieving uniform, homogeneous surfaces.
The roughness, the degree of gloss, and the visual impression provide a basis for inspection checks.
Grinding is a clamp stripping manufacturing process via which various grinding patterns can be achieved using different grinding agents, machines, and machine parameters.
The method used at mirrorINOX is one of the most modern and efficient methods in the world. It offers considerable flexibility for the design and depth of the grinding pattern, and enough capacity for even the largest of facade projects.
With patterning (one-sided rolled sheets) or pattern rolling (two-sided rolled sheets), the sheets are subjected to a rolling process, with the aim of transferring the structure of the respective roller to the sheets.
In addition to providing visually attractive surfaces, the rigidity of the sheets is increased.
The PVD - TiN coating of large surfaces (sheets) using ARC evaporation, which evaporates the solid, the so-called target, via an electric arc.
By utilizing suitable reactive gases, different temperatures, and other machine parameters, a chemical compound of metal and non-metal is coated onto the sheet (or workpiece). Various colours can be obtained in this manner.
Burnishing is a method of giving metals a dark colouring via oxidation, whereby the material is not sealed. Burnishing forms a so-called "living surface", which is already uneven in the newly-formed state, and then proceeds to change over time, forming a natural patina.
The surface is not immutable, but rather accumulates traces. Traces from the manufacture, and from usage, the surroundings, the environment.