THE METAL SANDBLASTING PROCESS
Metal sandblasting is a process aimed at cleaning the surface of steel or cast iron structures, using a mechanical erosion process obtained through a jet of metal grit.
This industrial sandblasting process allows you to remove all residues deriving from previous processes, from the layers of calamine to those generated by natural oxidation of the metals. It prepares the surfaces for painting and, in general, for the application of a protective layer against corrosion.
POLISHING TO GIVE BRIGHTNESS
Processing which highlights the luminosity of the surface of the piece transforming it into a mirror.
SATIN FINISHING FOR A PLEASANT AND HOMOGENEOUS MATT EFFECT
Satin finishing is the process that allows you to obtain the typical matt effect, an appreciated variant of the classic polishing. It is a final treatment, which takes place thanks to the use of specific rotating brushes which satin and finish metals such as stainless steel, aluminium, brass and iron.
It gives the surface of the aluminum a pleasant velvety sensation, a homogeneity of the finish that accompanies a pleasant matt effect of the metal. Furthermore, the satin finish makes the article suitable for the subsequent painting, anodizing treatment, etc.
The metal satin finishing process gives the objects a matt appearance, making the surface non-reflecting. This feature is very useful for surgical instruments: the satin finish, in fact, makes the surfaces opaque, preventing the lights from being reflected by the metal surfaces.
By enamel means the working process for coating metal surfaces: the material used is enamel, an inorganic coating which has the purpose of decorate and protect.
Enamel resists fire and thermal shock, scratches, abrasion and corrosion. Furthermore, the surface will be perfectly smooth.
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