What are the common colors of stainless steel plates?

Colorful stainless steel plates have brilliant colors and are a very good decorative material. They have strong corrosion resistance, high mechanical properties, long-lasting color surface layer, and color changes with different lighting angles. The colored surface layer of colored stainless steel plate can withstand a temperature of 200 ℃ and has better salt spray corrosion resistance than ordinary stainless steel. The wear resistance and scratch resistance of colored stainless steel plate are equivalent to the performance of gold coating on the foil layer. When the colored stainless steel plate is bent at 90 ℃, the colored layer will not be damaged and can be used for decoration such as hall wall panels, ceilings, elevator panels, car trunk panels, building decorations, and signs.

Classified by color: black titanium, coffee, brown, magenta, bronze, rose gold, champagne gold, and bronze Zirconium gold, brown, etc.

Classified by appearance: colored stainless steel mirror panels, colored stainless steel brushed plates, colored stainless steel and patterned plates, colored stainless steel etched plates, colored stainless steel sandblasted plates, etc.

Stainless steel metal wire drawing plate is based on relevant consumer processing technology to make the surface of stainless steel have a wire like layering feeling. The surface of stainless steel metal wire drawing plate is dull and glossy, and it is more wear-resistant than ordinary bright stainless steel. Stainless steel metal wire drawing board decoration design is commonly used in flat decoration of star rated hotels and clubs.

Mirror glass stainless steel plate is shiny, luxurious, durable, long-lasting, rust free, and easy to clean. Can be used for decoration design of columns, windows, bank counters, and suspended ceilings in hotels, restaurants, large shopping malls, office buildings, waiting halls, etc.

Stainless steel color plates are a variety of bright colors made based on co consumption processing on stainless steel plates, including deep blue, deep gray, blue purple, bright red, deep blue, emerald green, golden yellow, orange, and dark brown. They will change color hazards according to different lighting fixture perspectives.

Stainless steel coated steel plate is a composite formed by adding a layer of stainless steel, copper, nickel, titanium, and other metal materials to the surface of ordinary steel plate. This board can replace expensive stainless steel.

Stainless steel patterned steel plates are mainly used in professional fields such as anti-skid and anti-corrosion in the air, including metal curtain walls, railway freight, mechanical equipment manufacturing, and other manufacturing industries.

Titanium plate mirror stainless steel is not easily oxidized, remains unchanged in color, is wear-resistant, and has high toughness. It has a brilliant golden color and a tacky decorative design practice effect. Can be used for interior decoration of high-end engineering buildings.

In addition, common surface processes for stainless steel include:

Stainless steel etching is the process of chemically etching the surface of stainless steel to produce various patterns and patterns. Using 8k mirror panels, wire drawing plates, and sandblasting plates as the base plate, after stopping the etching treatment, the surface of the object can be further processed. Stainless steel etching plates can stop various complex processes such as partial warping, wire drawing, inlaying, and partial titanium metal treatment. Stainless steel etching plates achieve a pattern of light and dark, and a colorful effect.

Stainless steel embossed plate has a similar appearance to the etched plate, with the difference being whether the back of the plate can have embossed marks. The embossed plate will have relatively obvious embossed marks, while the etched plate is corroded.

Stainless steel wood grain board can be processed with different types of wood grain shapes on the surface of stainless steel under high temperature and vacuum conditions. The surface effect is more textured than real wood grain, and of course, it can also be made into marble grain.

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