Brass is an alloy made of copper and zinc. It is valued for its machinability, hardness, corrosion resistance and attractive appearance. Brass can be formed into desired shapes while retaining high strength. Its antimicrobial properties kill a wide range of harmful microbes. Various finishing can applied on brass surface such as satin, brushed, polished, antique aged, dark antique aged or transparent powder coating.
Stainless steel, also known as inox, is an alloy made of iron, chromium and nickel. Stainless steel is notable for its corrosion resistance. Stainless steel does not require any coating or other corrosion protection to remain bright and shiny even after decades of use. Various finishing can be applied on stainless steel surface such as satin, brushed and polished.
Aluminum is a silvery-white, soft, ductile metal which is light, durable and corrosion resistant. It has low density, is non-toxic and has excellent corrosion resistance and can be easily machined and formed. Various finishing can applied on aluminum surface such as satin, brushed, polished and anodized to allow various colorings or simply a clear anodized coat.
Steel, also known as carbon steel or mild steel is a metal alloy made of iron and carbon. Steel is low cost therefore can be chosen with powder coating, if you aren’t going to see the steel surface. Or, if a piece requires a large volume of metal, where other metals are not cost effective. Powder coating can applied on steel surface to give coloring or simply a transparent one for protection.
It is a soft, ductile metal. A freshly exposed surface of pure copper has a reddish-orange color. It has an aesthetically pleasing red color makes the metal a favorite material of artists and architects. Its antimicrobial properties kill a wide range of harmful microbes. Various finishing can applied on brass surface such as satin, brushed, polished and oxidizing.