Coating and finishing of metal can have a major impact on its long term success and appearance. Steel is normally galvanized using a similar process, in which iron is ground up and mixed with a chemical agent, usually zinc, to form steel. Brass will cure to this form over time, but copper, aluminum, or titanium may need to be heated and subsequently tempered to achieve this. Brass does not rust naturally, but it does produce flaking, which can be reduced with the application of an acid, but also helps increase its cost.
All kinds of custom metal works require attractive top layer to complete amazing look of the interior design element. Metal finishing is a thin complimentary and protective layer on metal surface. HMH Iron Design does different types of metal finishes depends on the material, color, pattern, decorative features and purposes. Upper top is applying to provide all or some of those properties:
- Intense electrical, chemical and tarnish resistance;
- Decrease electrical conductivity to improve safety using of metalwork;
- Higher durability of complete metal product;
- Add decorative appeal.
Choosing appropriate metal coating type depends on material used for manufacturing. For almost any base you can pick nickel, zinc or gold platting to make it glossy and add metallic luster. To make product look antique better to apply patina metal. To reduce glossy and make the surface matte our HMH Iron Design fabrication shop uses powder coated metal. For better glitter result it is also popular to apply brass lacquer. Steel finishes with mirror effect make any product looks luxury and premium class interior element.
Depending on of the goal you are planning to achieve we offer color or blackened steel finish with patina, satin brush or mirror effect. Any finishes type must fit to the interior style. In our metal shop we will show you custom metal surface finishes for all-purpose. If you’re still looking for metal finishing near me HMH Iron Design has large assortment of colors and structure for aesthetic design.